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Mining

We are not at war with Sibanye - Zwane

Jan 19 2017 12:49

Section 54 mine stoppage notices issued by the Department of Mineral Resources are not intended to impact economic growth, according to Mines Minister Mosebenzi Zwane.

Mining

Anglo shortlists bidders for its Eskom coal mines

Jan 19 2017 08:18

Anglo has shortlisted groups led by some of SA's most prominent black businessmen as bidders for several of its mines that supply Eskom with R13.6bn worth of coal a year.

Mining

Mining safety first, profits second - Zwane

Jan 19 2017 12:15

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says that the health and safety of mine workers needs to be prioritised over making profits.

Mining

Motsepe’s ARM finally pays up

Jan 15 2017 06:29

Mining house faces looming battle over lease valuation.

Mining

Vantage needs R100m to keep Barbrook open

Jan 15 2017 06:01

Australian company Vantage Goldfields needs a further R100 million bailout after its second Mpumalanga mine was placed under business rescue last month.

Mining

Harmony miners return to surface after illegal sit-in

Jan 13 2017 08:18

About 1 600 miners who spent nearly 48 hours over 2km below the surface of Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine during an illegal sit-in have returned to the surface.

Mining

Kusasalethu sit-in: Fears raised over safety of miners

Jan 12 2017 19:02

Amcu president Joseph Mathunjwa is fearing for the safety of over 1000 mineworkers who have staged an underground sit-in at Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine.

Mining

1 700 workers start strike 2.4km below Harmony mine

Jan 12 2017 11:11

About 1 700 miners have refused to return to the surface of Harmony Gold’s Kusasalethu mine in the West Rand, with the miner saying they have embarked on an illegal sit-in.

Mining

Union vows to protect members at Lily's sister mine

Jan 06 2017 16:50

Solidarity says it will not allow its members at the Barbrook gold mine in Mpumalanga to suffer the same fate as workers at their sister company Lily Mine.

Mining

Workers at Lily Mine sister company to hear their fate soon

Jan 04 2017 16:50

Employees at the Barbrook Mine, Lily Mine's sister company which was placed in business rescue in December, will hear their fate on January 11.

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Mining

INFOGRAPHIC: Descend into the world’s deepest gold mine - in SA

Jan 04 2017 09:29

Miners in SA suspend themselves 4km into the earth – braving extreme temperatures, armed thieves, and constant seismic activity – just to mine a 75cm gold reef.

Mining

Miners unearth profit bonanza with rally set to last into 2017

Dec 28 2016 15:42

Miners have been digging in one of Australia’s oldest collieries for almost a century until operations have wound down a year ago, the victim of plunging global commodity prices.

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