• Retribution will come

    Those who now pay the price for opposing a corrupt system shall rise again, says Solly Moeng.

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    Successful people are humble in their aspirations and resilient in failure, says Ian Mann.

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    We should insist on products that save our soil and ensure food security, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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RBM fires five for fuelling protests

Sep 25 2016 06:29

Five employees of Rio Tinto’s Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) mine, alleged to have been involved in fuelling community protests over jobs and contracts, have been dismissed following an investigation by the mining giant.


Battle for Xolobeni's titanium heading for highest court

Sep 25 2016 06:25

The fight for the soul of Xolobeni could go to the highest court in the land, according to the opponents of proposed titanium mining activities near Mbizana on the Wild Coast in the Eastern Cape.


Zuma's nephews' coal licences under fire

Sep 25 2016 06:11

A company with links to relatives of President Jacob Zuma has been dragged to court over protected land.


Largest diamond mine outside SA opens

Sep 23 2016 19:02

Deep in the Canadian wilds, about 300 kilometres from the nearest city as the crow flies, the world's largest diamond mine outside of South Africa is being dug.


Anglo names new finance director

Sep 23 2016 10:27

Anglo American has named Fortescue Metals Group’s Stephen Pearce as finance director, after he led the drive to slash debt at the world’s fourth-largest iron ore producer.


Gold diggers turn to waste dump for nuggets as output drops

Sep 21 2016 07:04

With gold output in South Africa mired in a multiyear decline, the country’s biggest producer is turning to an overlooked and cheaper source of supply: the dump.


Kumba slapped with another R1bn tax bill

Sep 13 2016 11:26

Sishen Iron Ore Company, a subsidiary of Kumba, has received another hefty tax claim from the South African Receiver of Revenue.


Murray & Roberts SA mulls US oil and gas deal

Sep 13 2016 19:49

Murray & Roberts is evaluating a US oil and gas acquisition and will probably seek a larger international deal in years to come.

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Big miners need a better plan for growth riddle in China

Sep 13 2016 17:45

Rio Tinto Group, the world’s second-biggest miner, is no longer certain of picking the path ahead for growth in China, its biggest customer. It isn’t alone.


Sale of Tegeta coal terminal stake may be thwarted

Sep 13 2016 07:43

Vitol Group’s plans to buy a stake in Africa’s biggest coal terminal from a Gupta-controlled firm could be thwarted by existing shareholders in the export facility.

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