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This paper critically examines the issue of 'inherited corporate social responsibility' in the gold mining industry, focusing specifically on the case of sub-Saharan Africa, a region plagued with excessive corruption, rampant poverty and weak governance. Whilst there appears to be little incentive to proactively engage with communities and implement cutting-edge environmental policies in the region, mine managers argue otherwise, highlighting a number of reasons for embracing corporate socialdoi:10.5897/ajbm10.1608 fatcat:2s33j76fuze5rddfqhrneelvzm