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Implats mulls mechanisation

Aug 29 2014 06:00

Impala Platinum has warnedof a tough time ahead on the cost front, and its CEO says it is looking at modernising the workplace and will mechanise where it can.


Survival of the fittest in the new iron age

Aug 28 2014 17:15

The spot iron ore market is sinking under the weight of new supply, says Reuters columnist Andy Home.


Implats reviewing options to restore profits

Aug 28 2014 09:54

Impala Platinum has posted a drop in earnings after most of its SA operations had been hit by a wage strike and it is reviewing options to restore profits.


Aurora managers must pay back millions

Aug 27 2014 06:00

The former managers of Aurora Empowerment Systems and some of their family and friends have been ordered to repay over R15m to the company's liquidators.


Chile copper mine plans one-day strike

Aug 26 2014 20:29

Contract workers at Chilean copper mines are planning a one-day strike next month, demanding changes to labour laws, a union says.


Lonmin quells restructuring fears

Aug 26 2014 14:57

Platinum producer Lonmin has not made a decision on the size and shape of a business restructuring, adding that its immediate aim is to ramp up production.


Zuma nephew: I am not answerable for Aurora

Aug 26 2014 08:27

President Jacob Zuma's nephew Khulubuse Zuma says he was not responsible for the day-to-day management of Aurora and therefore cannot be blamed for its collapse.


Jobs bloodbath: Lonmin, unions in the dark

Aug 26 2014 07:00

Lonmin boss Ben Magara has denied reports of plans to slash the workforce and close shafts, while trade unions say they are not aware of any lay-offs.


Late filing delays Aurora court bid

Aug 25 2014 20:33

A bid to hold the bosses of Aurora Empowerment Systems liable for the collapse of the Pomodzi mines has been delayed by the late filing of opposing papers.


Lonmin to cut up to 5 700 jobs - sources

Aug 25 2014 18:52

Lonmin aims to cut around 21% of its workforce and close up to 11 shafts, as part of a drive to restore profits after a protracted wage strike, sources say.


No more Aurora court delays, say liquidators

Aug 25 2014 07:55

A R1.7bn claim against miner Aurora Empowerment Systems' insolvent estate involving Zondwa Mandela and Khulubuse Zuma is set to continue in the Pretoria High Court.

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Billiton: We’re not pulling out of SA

Aug 24 2014 17:41

BHP Billiton's decision to list some of its assets into a new company is not a divestment and is overwhelmingly positive for SA, says finance head Graham Kerr.


R1.7bn Aurora claim continues

Aug 24 2014 12:40

Liquidators want Aurora bosses, including Nelson Mandela's grandson Zondwa Mandela and President Jacob Zuma's nephew Khulubuse Zuma, to own up for the fraudulent running of the company.

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