UN experts to intervene in Zambia lead pollution case

[East African Business Week - Africa] - 20/01/2023
© UNICEF/Karin Schermbrucke – Women and children collect water from a recently rehabilitated well point in Gwembe Valley, Zambia. (file) New York, USA, 20 January 2023-/A South African court has allowed a group of UN-appointed experts to intervene in a class action lawsuit against a mining (...)
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