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Mining

Zim mining needs switch from beneficiation - chamber

May 22 2015 19:10

Zimbabwe's Chamber of Mines has called for government policy to switch to exploration and development instead of railroading beneficiation policies.

Mining

De Beers puts Kimberley diamond mines up for sale

May 21 2015 19:00

Diamond miner De Beers Group says it will be putting its Kimberley Mines up for sale as the operation no longer fits the company's strategic plan.

Mining

Glencore Zambia unit completes refinery upgrade

May 21 2015 15:30

Zambia's Mopani Copper Mines owned by Glencore has completed upgrading a copper refinery at a cost of $74m, seven months ahead of schedule.

Mining

Gem Diamonds revenue rises on high-grade gems

May 21 2015 09:53

Gem Diamonds' sales have increased in the year to date as it sold more high-grade diamonds from its flagship mine in Lesotho despite a weaker diamond market.

Mining

BHP chief lashes out at Aussie iron ore inquiry

May 19 2015 19:31

An inquiry into the economic impact of a slump in the iron ore price could damage Australia's economy and drive Asian customers to shift investment to Brazil.

Mining

BHP's South32 debut misses estimates

May 18 2015 09:39

South32, the miner spun off from BHP Billiton, has missed analyst estimates on its Sydney trading debut amid concern for its growth potential.

Mining

BHP Billiton puts Exxon project on back burner

May 19 2015 17:00

BHP Billiton is putting its Scarborough liquefied natural gas project with Exxon Mobil in Australia on the back burner amid lower prices and competition from the US.

Mining

Implats lifts output, warns of power cuts

May 14 2015 19:10

Impala Platinum has reported a 47% surge in quarterly output, recovering from a low base caused by an unprecedented five-month strike last year.

Mining

Lack of empowerment in mining industry - report

May 14 2015 18:19

Only 6.3% of South African mining rights holders comply with all the requirements of the controversial Mining Charter.

Mining

Protests halt output for 3rd day at Atlatsa mine

May 13 2015 16:16

Atlatsa Resources has halted work for the straight third day due to protests near its SA joint venture mine, a company official says.

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Mining

Amcu wants gold sector to double minimum pay

May 13 2015 14:40

Amcu wants the basic pay for entry level workers in the gold mining sector to be more than doubled, setting the stage for tough pay talks in an industry battling dwindling profits.

Economy

Mining minister concerned about job cuts

May 12 2015 14:04

Minister of Mineral Resources Ngoako Ramatlhodi has expressed concerns at the rate of retrenchments in the mining industry.

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