True grit is a reliable predictor of who will achieve success in life, says Ian Mann.
The system sucks and it’s being used far too often as an excuse, says Mandi Smallhorne.
Zupta defenders are playing cat and mouse with ratings agencies, says Solly Moeng.
Sibanye Gold wants to buy a gold-producing asset by the end of the year, adding to its acquisitions of platinum operations in its home country, says CEO Neal Froneman.
De Beers has completed a fourth offering of rough diamonds this year, signaling a stronger-than-expected demand during what is usually a weaker quarter.
Zimbabwe mining bosses and state officials deliberate over fiscal, industry, and macro issues inside the Elephant Hills Resort in Victoria Falls while birds chirp and chirrup outside, helicopters hover above and some warthogs roam the sprawling lawn in front of the hotel.
A law firm has clarified how sick former miners who reached a landmark settlement in their battle against Anglo American and AngloGold Ashanti will be compensated.
Anglo American Platinum and the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union, who are preparing for new labour talks agree they don't expect major interruptions.
Glencore investors have agreed that the largest exporter of coal burned for power should provide more information on risks to its business regarding climate change.
Glencore shareholders have been showing up for their annual meeting and they can take comfort in the stock’s best ever start to a year.
Anglo American has retained De Beers as a prize asset after a radical overhaul in the belief that the surging Asian demand for diamonds will outstrip dwindling supply.
Impala Platinum boss Terence Goodlace will step down in December this year after six years at the helm, the company announced, without immediately naming a successor.
The government says operating mines should pay two-thirds of the cost of cleaning up toxic water pollution caused by mining in Gauteng.
AngloGold Ashanti uses off-shore entities, but only to mitigate paying tax twice after complying with the tax laws in countries where it is based, the company says.
Making collection of old debt illegal has caused a big drop in civil summonses.
SA, like China, should implement changes to make it less dependent on commodities.
Gari Dombo of Alexander Forbes gives insurance tips for property rentals.
An expert says Zuma's multi-million fund for entrepreneurs is an unrealistic dream.
A Fin24 user tells how he escaped the debt trap without even needing a debt counsellor.
As PW's lack of reform led to sanctions, will Zuma’s inaction plunge SA into junk status?
A lack of readily available radio frequency spectrum is hobbling SA’s national broadband hopes.
An invisible matrix of small shops is winning purses, selling R46bn worth of goods a year.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Workers says mines can't threaten them with job cuts as wage talks loom.
Platinum miner Lonmin says it was cash-positive in the first half of the year as it implements a cost-cutting plan to save the business.
Internet micro-blogging tool Twitter will move to relax certain conditions regarding its 140 character limit, the company said in a blog post on Tuesday.
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