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US Corporations can’t be sued for Apartheid, court rules

After more than 10 years, a quest to sue multi-national corporations for their role in supporting Apartheid seems to have met with failure. The South African Apartheid Lawsuit filed cases in the US in 2002 against motor companies, banks and technology providers on the grounds that they provided services that…
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Apartheid suits vs US companies barred

New York - A federal appeals court in New York says Daimler AG, Ford and IBM cannot be held liable for abuses suffered under South Africa's apartheid government. The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals said on Wednesday that claims that subsidiaries of the US companies sold cars and computers…
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Alien tort ruling is a snub for global justice

ON APRIL 17, the US Supreme Court handed down the long-awaited Kiobel decision, which is considered a blow to human rights victims resorting to the Alien Tort Claims Act to seek redress from corporations that commit human rights violations. The decision has profound implications for South African apartheid victims seeking…
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