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Mining

Impala wins $201m court bid

May 04 2016 15:48

Impala Platinum will be paid $201m by a US recycling company to compensate for years of defaulted payments, the mining firm says.

Mining

RandGold's output declines 11% after setbacks

May 04 2016 12:00

Randgold Resources has maintained its full-year output target as first-quarter production of the metal fell 11% after operational problems at two of its African mines.

Mining

Glencore sticks to cutbacks promise

May 04 2016 10:45

Glencore has kept a pledge to produce less metal following last year’s price rout and maintained its earnings outlook for the trading unit.

Mining

Water risks strand projects worth billions

Apr 29 2016 20:03

Economists and financial analysts are identifying powerful signals of economic distress - this time in the energy, mining, power-producing and farm industries.

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.

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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.

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