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Mining Indaba is more relevant in bust than in boom - MD

Feb 10 2016 10:31

Amid a decrease in delegates attending the event, the dialogue between key leaders meant this year’s event carried greater weight than other years.


Maersk profit plunges as oil, container divisions lag

Feb 10 2016 09:34

P Moeller-Maersk has reported an 84% plunge in 2015 profit after its oil unit was hit by lower energy prices and its container division suffering.


SA's Hyprop acquires R2.2bn interest in Euro malls

Feb 09 2016 20:12

JSE-listed Hyprop has acquired a 60% interest in two European malls in line with its strategy to acquire high quality shopping centres in emerging markets.


Nigeria’s Dangote Cement gains after plans to expand

Feb 09 2016 20:00

Nigeria's Dangote Cement share has risen sharply after the firm, majority owned by billionaire Aliko Dangote, announced plans to expand.


Largest diamond found in 100 years named

Feb 09 2016 15:58

The 1 111 carat diamond discovered in Botswana has officially been named "Lesedi La Rona", which means "our light" in Setswana.


Zwane must reconsider key aspects of mining bill - expert

Feb 08 2016 16:03

To ensure South Africa remains a part of the global community, certain problematic aspects of the mining amendment bill will have to be re-considered, says an expert.


SA plans fuel cell plant to boost platinum demand

Feb 09 2016 14:13

SA plans to set up a fuel cell component plant by 2018, the latest initiative to increase demand for the metal and support firms hit by plunging prices and labour strife.


African resource rich countries are ‘addicts in need of rehab’

Feb 09 2016 13:09

Without beneficiation, value addition and industrialisation around commodities, the minerals have hardly touched communities, says former Zim minister Tendai Biti.


Aquarius holders nod Sibanye deal as revenue dips 31%

Feb 09 2016 16:01

Shareholders in Aquarius Platinum have voted in favour of an aquisition bid by Sibanye Gold worth about $294m, says Aquarius chief executive officer.


Red tape and power struggles: SA is losing its miners

Feb 09 2016 10:16

South Africa ranks as one of the richest countries in natural resources from gold to iron ore. The problem: few companies want to deal with the headache of getting it.

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Lewis in move to curb cost confusion

Feb 09 2016 06:25

Lewis Group is launching a specialised call centre to limit any potential misunderstandings of the costs, services and fees to be paid by customers.


Junior miners ready to pounce on bargains

Feb 09 2016 07:22

Junior mining companies are starting to lick their lips for some of the assets of bigger miners currently up for sale, says EY Africa's mining and metals sector leader.

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