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South Africa's leading ministers discuss ways to drive competitiveness, growth and stability in the mining sector.


    Lily Mine closed with immediate effect, says Zwane

    Feb 08 2016 12:20

    Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says after visiting Lily Mine, where miners are trapped underground, the firm has agreed to close the mine with immediate effect.


    Zwane: Regulatory certainty top priority for mining

    Feb 08 2016 11:47

    The South African government is determined to speed up regulatory and policy certainty to the mining sector, says Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane.


    Mining industry failed to prepare for 'winter' - Zwane

    Feb 08 2016 10:43

    The mining sector’s lack of planning for the low demand of commodities is a failure that must not be repeated, says mines minister Mosebenzi Zwane.


    Bidvest to spin off, float food service unit

    Feb 08 2016 10:20

    Bidvest Group says it plans to spin off and separately list its food business on the local stock exchange, beginning its attempt to separate its biggest division.


    Randgold bucks industry trend with new record

    Feb 08 2016 10:01

    Randgold Resources has had one of the best years in the company’s history thanks to record gold production, says CEO Mark Bristow.


    Right time for mining companies to bounce back

    Feb 08 2016 06:13

    The crisis facing African mining companies due to declining productivity and return on invested capital can be turned around, McKinsey proposes in a report.


    National Oil warns about ‘illicit’ sales

    Feb 07 2016 18:08

    National Oil Corp in western Libya has warned traders against loading “illicit” cargoes of oil at Hariga port in the eastern part of the country.


    Volkswagen delays earnings report

    Feb 07 2016 15:19

    Volkswagen AG has pushed back the release its annual results and shareholders’ meeting as the firm determines the financial fallout from the diesel emissions scandal.


    France's Cahors wine is new frontier for Argentina, China

    Feb 07 2016 12:30

    France's southwestern Cahors region is a new frontier for foreign investors, from Argentine winegrowers to potential investor ambassadors from China.

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    More Chinese choose tourism over tradition

    Feb 07 2016 11:46

    While hundreds of millions of Chinese return to their ancestral homes for the Lunar New Year celebration, others choose to defy custom and travel.

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    Mining heavyweights descend on Cape Town

    Feb 07 2016 10:47

    Local and international mining industry heavyweights will descend on Cape Town for the 2016 Investing in African Mining Indaba.

    Travel & Leisure

    Japanese airlines to alter routes to avoid missile

    Feb 05 2016 13:08

    Japan's two major airlines are changing routes for some flights as North Korea plans to launch what it says will be a satellite-bearing rocket later this month.

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