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    Professor David John Williams is the Director of the Geotechnical Engineering Centre within the School of Civil Engineering at The University of Queensland, an industry-funded centre that has attracted AUD10 million in funding over the last 15 years.

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  • Public health and mining in East and Southern Africa:

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  • The Meaning of Marikana ~ Global Labour Column

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  • Our performance in 2013: Summary

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  • Questions to Ministers PMG

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