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'Jungle Gold' finale: Scott Lomu and George Wright face danger

When Discovery's "Jungle Gold" airs its behind the scenes special and two-hour season finale starting at 8 p.m. ET Friday (Sept. 6), fans will learn that mining gold is just as dangerous today as it was a century or so ago -- and it's not just about the physical risks of the mining itself.As reported in South African media back in May, the Ghanaian government went on the hunt for Utah-based miners Scott Lomu and George Wright, because of alleged "severe brutalities" seen in the show, and because, in terms of small-scale mining, "non-Ghanaians are illegal."In addition, Alhaji Isunah Fuseini, Ghana's minister for lands and natural resources, said on a Ghana radio show, that "Jungle Gold" portrays Ghana "as a jungle, where no laws exist and where people can come and act with impunity, and that we don't regulate mining in the country."As a result of the dispute -- in which the miners and the... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/09/jungle-gold-finale-scott-lomu-and-george-wright-face-danger.html

'Jungle Gold' Stars Reveal the Dangers of Their Jobs and Season 2's Scariest Moments (Video)

Gold miners George Wright and Scott Lomu sit down with THR to talk about what their wives think of their adventures, whether they watch "Gold Rush" and what they have to say to people who call their show fake.            //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/upnA_MDKETo/story01.htm

'Jungle Gold' Stars on Season Two: 'Expect the Unexpected' (Video)

Gold miners George Wright and Scott Lomu sit down with THR to talk about the mistakes they tried not to repeat and why they keep returning to Ghana despite the life-or-death stakes.            //feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/9I4TIbNECJI/story01.htm