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Mining

Zim smelter too pricey, says Impala

Sep 18 2017 12:53

Impala Platinum says the Zimbabwean government's requirement to invest in smelting and refining capacity for its 50%-owned Mimosa mine is not affordable.

Mining

Harmony most likely buyer of AngloGold’s Kopanang

Sep 17 2017 06:00

With two of the three initial bidders for AngloGold Ashanti’s Kopanang mine having received letters of rejection, the door seems wide open for deep-pocketed Harmony Gold to win.

Mining

Lonmin said to breach social plan needed for mining license

Sep 15 2017 16:43

Lonmin has been given a deadline by authorities to fix non-compliant parts of its social labour plan or risk having its mining right suspended.

Opinion

Business as usual for Zim's silent mining executives

Sep 15 2017 06:00

Mining is a tricky affair in Zimbabwe and remaining mum on controversial issues may not be such a bad policy option for the country's mining executives, says Memory Mataranyika.

Mining

Mining Charter halted till after December

Sep 14 2017 12:03

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has backed down for a second time on the Mining Charter, after he undertook to hold off on implementing it for now.

Mining

De Beers said to hire leak hunter to probe gem data breach

Sep 14 2017 13:55

The world’s biggest diamond producer has hired an external investigator to find the source of possible leaks of its most sensitive price data.

Mining

Gupta mine is hell, say workers as they prepare to march

Sep 14 2017 07:59

Workers will march against poor working condition at the Gupta family's Shiva Uranium mine in Klerksdorp, claiming that they are being exploited.

Mining

Lonmin's woes make its stock the top sell call on JSE

Sep 12 2017 07:48

Lonmin is struggling to find admirers among analysts, who have doubled the number of sell recommendations on its Johannesburg stock in the past two years.

Mining

Petra shutters Tanzanian mine after diamond shipment seized

Sep 12 2017 07:45

Petra Diamonds has halted production at its mine in Tanzania after the government seized a parcel of diamonds suspected of being undervalued.

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Mining

Diamonds are funding Zim's political oppression - Global Witness

Sep 11 2017 08:18

Zimbabwe is using money earned from diamond exports to fund its Central Intelligence Organisation, blamed for a raft of human-rights abuses, Global Witness has said.

Mining

New empowerment policy needed for mining in SA - IRR

Sep 10 2017 16:40

An entire new approach to empowerment in mining is needed, that will focus on economic empowerment for the disadvantaged, the Institute of Race Relations has argued in a new report.

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