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Mining

Marikana killings: Widows plead for $9.1m from BASF

Apr 28 2016 21:30

Widows of mineworkers at Lonmin’s platinum mine at Marikana will ask Germany-based BASF to pay $9.1m into a fund to support the families of dead miners.

Mining

Anglo to sell business units for $1.5bn

Apr 28 2016 19:30

Anglo American has agreed to sell its niobium and phosphate businesses to China Molybdenum for $1.5bn in cash in its first big disposal.

Mining

Glencore sells first bonds since market turmoil

Apr 27 2016 17:21

Glencore has sold bonds for the first time since a rout in commodity markets forced it to trim debt and sell assets.

Mining

Molefe, Brown: Why the focus on Gupta-owned Tegeta?

Apr 27 2016 20:30

Eskom boss Brian Molefe and Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown have criticised reports insinuating the Gupta-owned Tegeta benefited unduly from a contract.

Mining

Eskom uncertainty brings challenges for Anglo mine sale

Apr 26 2016 19:48

Anglo American’s sale of its South African coal mines will likely run into 2017 as bidders struggle with attempts by Eskom to transform its relationship with coal suppliers.

Mining

Sibanye to spend R95m on former Aquarius mines

Apr 26 2016 14:06

Sibanye Gold plans to spend R95m for the year to end-December 2016 on its newly-acquired platinum business, formerly Aquarius Platinum, says CEO Neal Froneman.

Mining

Zim unit boosts Implats third-quarter output

Apr 26 2016 10:57

Impala Platinum has posted a 17% rise in production in the quarter to the end of March, thanks to a 71% rise in output at its Zimbabwean unit Zimplats.

Mining

SA gold mines get stable outlook from S&P's

Apr 25 2016 19:40

Standard & Poor's has revised their outlook from negative to stable for miners AngloGold Ashanti and Gold Fields.

Mining

Sibanye maintains production forecast, lifts output

Apr 25 2016 11:06

Sibanye Gold has maintained its full-year forecasts after output rose and costs declined in the first quarter when compared with the same period in 2015.

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Mining

BBC lauds Mining Charter push to cut garnishee debt

Apr 25 2016 15:26

The Black Business Council has praised the draft amended Mining Charter's stance on miners' obligation to cut down on employees' garnishee order debt.

Mining

Mining empowerment bill shouldn't scare investors

Apr 22 2016 17:36

Mines Minister Mosebenzi Zwane says investors should not be spooked by a new draft law requiring companies to be at least 26% black-owned at all times.

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