South Africa

Max Ocean, Editorial Intern
Striking mineworkers gather outside the Anglo-American Platinum mine in Rustenburg, South Africa. (Credit: cc/soundofheart.org)
A South Africa-based company will be selling 25 units of its crowd control drones to an undisclosed South African mining company likely for use against protesting workers, BBC News reported on Wednesday. The drones, originally unveiled by their maker Desert Wolf at a trade show near Johannesburg last month, sell for nearly $50,000 apiece and are...
Megan Power
Leading chocolate, softdrink, cellphone and toiletry companies in South Africa...

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