Rio Tinto suspends work in South African mine and declares force majeure

Rio Tinto suspends all work in South African mine out of concern for its employees' safety. The company has declared force majeure on customer contracts, writes Bloomberg News.

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Rio Tinto has suspended all work in the South African mine Richards Bay Minerals to prioritize the safety of its employees.

The mining company has declared force majeure on customer contracts, informs Bloomberg News.

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