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Glencore cobalt supplies in Congo face hold up over mine row

Apr 19 2017 09:48

A dispute between state-owned Gecamines and its joint-venture partner at a Congolese cobalt mine that supplies Glencore threatens to halt the supply of the metal.


SA coal mines leave legacy of ruin

Apr 19 2017 10:51

Oxpeckers publishes never-before-seen data exposing the lack of mine closures, despite R45bn being held in financial provisions for rehabilitation in 2015.


Sibanye to raise $2bn in equity, debt for Stillwater deal

Apr 18 2017 11:59

Sibanye Gold plans to raise $1bn from shareholders and a further $1bn in debt, most likely bonds, to pay for the acquisition of Colorado-based Stillwater Mining.


Sibanye gets nod to buy US mine, despite Trump's tough talk

Apr 18 2017 07:37

The US has cleared the sale of the country’s sole provider of platinum and palladium to a miner whose biggest investor is Chinese.


NUM welcomes Seriti's purchase of Anglo coal mines

Apr 11 2017 17:42

The National Union of Mineworkers has welcomed Anglo American’s intention to sell its Eskom-tied domestic thermal coal operations to majority black-owned Seriti Resources.


Ransacked gold mine venture in JHB reboots

Apr 11 2017 07:46

A mining veteran is pressing ahead with plans to squeeze more gold out of an 80-year old ransacked gold mine west of Johannesburg after settling a dispute with three former partners.


Anglo to sell Eskom-tied coal operations to black-owned company

Apr 10 2017 08:50

Seriti Resources has agreed to buy Anglo American’s Eskom-tied domestic thermal coal operations for R2.3bn, the mining company said in a statement on Monday.


Radebe looks to mining for transformation

Apr 09 2017 06:06

Minister in the Presidency Jeff Radebe says government has failed to use the mining sector to effect transformation in the country’s economy.


Chamber in the dark over delay in Mining Charter

Apr 05 2017 19:24

The Chamber of Mines has no insight into what is causing the delay in the publication of a revised Mining Charter, which was due at the end of March 2017.



Gupta-owned Oakbay is reviewing suspicious trades on JSE

Apr 05 2017 09:25

Gupta-owned Oakbay Investments says it is reviewing suspicious transactions stemming from its JSE-listed Oakbay Resources and Energy, after the JSE cancelled them.


Light at the end of mining tunnel with increased profits

Mar 30 2017 18:14

South Africa’s mining sector’s profits improved by R72.2bn in the period between 2015 and 2016, although the increase is off a very low base, says the Chamber of Mines.

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