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Mining

AngloGold profit picks up on higher bullion, weaker currencies

Jul 22 2016 11:45

AngloGold Ashanti has returned to profit in the first half as it benefited from higher bullion prices and weaker currencies in the countries it operates in.

Mining

Kumba output drops on revised Sishen mine plan

Jul 20 2016 11:19

Kumba Iron Ore has announced a production drop of 15% to 8.9 million tonnes for the quarter to end-June, consistent with its revised Sishen mine plan.

Mining

Anglo American cuts full-year copper target

Jul 20 2016 09:24

Anglo American has cut its full-year copper-production target after bad weather hit its operations in Chile.

Mining

Mine firms file leave to appeal silicosis, TB ruling

Jul 15 2016 15:27

The six companies that are members of the Occupational Lung Disease Working Group want leave to appeal against a class action certification judgment.

Mining

Gupta-owned Oakbay faces JSE suspension

Jul 15 2016 12:57

Gupta-owned Oakbay Resources and Energy is under threat of being suspended from the JSE after it failed to find a new sponsor, it has been announced.

Mining

Zim wants Implats land as $6.7bn mine plan stalls

Jul 15 2016 09:21

Zimbabwe has applied for a court order to force an Impala Platinum unit to sell 28 000 hectares of its mining lease to the state, land it says will benefit the economy.

Mining

Zim platinum output up 43% in first quarter

Jul 13 2016 09:07

Zimbabwean platinum miners have ignored policy uncertainties in the country and continued to ramp up production, according to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe.

Mining

Mugabe sues Zimplats - report

Jul 12 2016 10:37

President Robert Mugabe is reportedly suing Zimplats for objecting to the intended compulsory acquisition of 28 000 hectares of mining land held by the company.

Mining

Amplats sees profit drop of up to 70%

Jul 12 2016 09:50

Anglo American Platinum says its first-half profit probably fell by 50% to 70% after inventory gains weren’t repeated and the dollar price of commodities declined.

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Mining

Sibanye Gold to cut jobs at loss-making Cooke 4 mine

Jul 11 2016 11:15

Sibanye Gold has begun talks with unions for job cuts at its Cooke 4 mine after failing to stem heavy losses at the operation.

Mining

Anti-uranium mining lobby celebrates victory in the Karoo

Jul 07 2016 09:21

Anti-uranium mining lobbyists have celebrated the announcement by an Australian firm that it is downsizing its mining application by almost 90%.

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