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Women in mines key to drive earnings

admittedly there are some things women can’t do as well as their male counterparts in the mining industry, such as handling heavy machinery, for instance.

Then again, women are better than men at arriving at work on time; and they don’t break the large articulated trucks they operate either, unlike men. That’s according to Deshnee Naidoo, CEO of Vedanta Zinc International

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