We won a SAFTAS Award

#JusticeForMiners 

Welcome to the Justice For Miners Campaign

Our campaign is to help currently employed miners and families of those miners who have passed away and those that have lost their jobs because of Silicosis and/or Tuberculosis.

#JusticeForMiners Campaign

Our campaign is to help currently employed miners and families of those miners who have passed away and those that have lost their jobs because of Silicosis and/or Tuberculosis.

About Us

SARWatch works for participatory, transparent and accountable utilisation of extractive resources in a manner that optimises transformative social and economic benefits and inter-generational equity, with sensitivity to environmental, gender and human rights impacts

Press Releases

Read our latest press releases about our campaign

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Dying For Gold Documentary

The #JusticeForMiners campaign would like to invite you to view the film Dying For Gold for free during the extraordinary time of COVID19.

We hope that after watching Dying For Gold you will join us for a live Facebook discussion about the issues raised in the film and how you can support the #JusticeForMiners campaign.

Keep a lookout on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter for further developments and the live event.

Please send us your comments and questions – justcompensation@dyingforgold.com or @dyingforgold on Facebook and Twitter.

SAFTAS Awards

We are proud to have won the Award – Best Achievement in Sound in a Documentary Feature

Dying For Gold and Justice For Miners Award - Best Achievement in Sound in a Documentary Feature April 2020

Creators and Partners of the Campaign:

  • Breathe Films
  • Bench Marks Foundation
  • Economic Justice Network
  • Southern Africa Trust
  • Society, Work and Politics Institute
  • CALS
  • Mining Dialogues 360
  • Oxfam SA
  • Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace
  • Botswana Watch
  • Graca Machel Trust
  • Peace Institute
  • AMIMMO
  • Nelson Mandela Foundation
  • BOLAMA
  • MDA
  • SWAMMIWA
  • Thabo Mbeki Foundation
  • Civicus
  • Ex-miner’s Association
  • Gender Links
  • Action Aid
  • Ford Foundation
  • OSISA
  • Socio-Economic Justice
  • Centre for Leadership Development
  • SAMA

You are not alone!

Contact us for further information.

Ntokozo Moloi:

Office: 011 583 5026 / 41

Mobile: 083 400 4791

Email: ntokozom@sarwatch.org