10 March 2016

Geotechnical failure at Katanga Mining Limited – Update 3

Glencore has been informed by Katanga Mining Limited that, it is with deep regret, it has announced that a third body has been recovered from the KOV open pit. The body is in the process of being identified.

The search for the remaining individuals continues with all available resources. Katanga continues to work closely with the relevant authorities and is providing all the necessary support for the families and friends of the affected individuals.

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