• Restoring sanity to SA

    We should be driven by the thought that SA belongs to all who live in it, says Solly Moeng.

  • Clamouring for action

    2017 will see battles between politicians as well as those tired of politicking, says Daniel Silke.

  • Realistic dreaming

    Preparation and sound advice will turn entrepreneurial dreams into reality, says Ian Mann.

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Glencore deal making king Glasenberg is back with wager on Russian oil

Dec 08 2016 10:39

A year ago Ivan Glasenberg was fighting to save his company from short sellers. Today, he is back to cutting deals that shake up global commodity markets.


Anglo confronts messy divorce in SA birthplace

Dec 08 2016 07:04

While South African mines were cash cows for decades, Anglo now wants to sell them next year to cut debt accumulated during the commodity boom.


UPDATE: Gold Fields exec moves over to Implats

Dec 07 2016 10:49

Gold Fields has announced the resignation of its executive vice-president Nico Muller, who will be leaving the company to take up the position of CEO of Impala Platinum.


Implats announces new CEO

Dec 07 2016 10:31

Impala Platinum has appointed Nicolaas (Nico) Johannes Muller as chief executive officer and an executive director of Implats, with effect from April 3 2017.


Assore to get new CEO

Dec 06 2016 12:24

Assore has announced that its chief executive officer Chris Cory will retire on June 30 2017 after 28 years with the group.


Anglo faces platinum test in SA spinoff

Dec 06 2016 06:39

Anglo American is facing a showdown with its biggest investor, PIC which wants the miner’s prized platinum assets included in any divestment of its local operations.


Zim miners sound wage alarm for 2017 - survey

Dec 05 2016 11:08

Zimbabwean mining firms, including SA's Sibanye Gold, Caledonia Mining Corporation and Anglo Platinum say they will not be able to afford salary raises in 2017.


S&P ratings boost for Anglo as miner wins war on debt

Dec 02 2016 15:37

Anglo American has been rewarded with a ratings upgrade by S&P Global Ratings after meeting its net debt reduction target.


Kumba expects higher earnings

Dec 02 2016 10:56

Kumba Iron Ore has announced that its headline earnings and basic earnings are likely to be at least 20% higher than the previous comparative period.


Zimplats gets its dues from Zim govt

Dec 01 2016 16:53

The Zimbabwean government has paid off its protracted debt to Zimplats through the issuance of treasury bills with a total nominal value of $34m.

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Glencore to pay $1bn dividend after rally

Dec 01 2016 16:08

Glencore will reinstate its dividend next year and plans to pay out a minimum of $1bn annually following a rebound in commodity prices and a reduction in its debt.


Implats gives go-ahead for new mine in Zim

Nov 30 2016 11:14

Impala Platinum's board has approved a new mine in Zimbabwe, despite facing uncertainty and threats from the government’s land grab bid and higher power tariffs.

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