Some risks that remain underplayed- concerning GWG doing business in South Africa - is the labour strife and poverty and corruption that is still quite endemic in South Africa. Remember we have invested in a company that has placed a lot of capital in country that is still struggling heavily with poverty and corruption. LYNAS has had their probelmes in Malaysia- hopefully we don`t get hit with issues in another culture or political situation we don`t fully copmrehend like Lynas has. Several miners were killed in S.A during the last flare up not too long ago. I hope GWG does things a lot differently . For starters I suggest they provide proper housing for their local employees and their families to replace the tin shacks so many of these employees have to live in.. Some much larger mining companies have failed to share the wealth in poorer countries for far too long ( not counting the payoffs to local officials and politicians ) and the frustration amongst local workers has really boiled over this year. I am glad that a black empowerment agreement has been put in place by GWG anyone know any specifics around it?