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Zwane defends Mining Charter as cornerstone of radical economic transformation

Aug 18 2017 10:57

Mines Minister Mosebenzi Zwane has defended the controversial Mining Charter as a deliberate tool by government to improve the lives of the majority of South Africans.


Rand recovery punishes SA's ageing, costly gold mines

Aug 17 2017 17:32

A big rebound in the rand has turned SA’s biggest gold producer from churning cash a year ago to making losses and shutting mines.


Under-pressure Zwane to preach on radical economic transformation

Aug 17 2017 14:30

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane will deliver a speech to the Black Business Council on the topic of radical economic transformation on Friday.


Sibanye Gold half-year profits to plunge

Aug 17 2017 11:14

Sibanye says it expects a 1 433% decrease in earning per shares and a 284% decrease in headline earnings per share for the six months ended June 30 2016.


Exxaro triples dividends on the back of sturdy coal sales

Aug 17 2017 11:19

Mining company Exxaro says it tripled its interim dividends from 90c to R3 for the six months to end-June, despite South Africa's challenging mining environment.


Gold Fields wants win-win outcome with Mining Charter

Aug 17 2017 10:25

Gold Fields, which announced a decline in earnings for the six months ended 30 June, said it wanted a win-win outcome for all regarding the Mining Charter.


Harmony pays higher dividend as profits climb

Aug 17 2017 08:39

Harmony Gold has posted a 35% increase in headline earnings per share of R2.98 and has declared a 35c dividend for its year ended June 30, which was a 70% increase on the prior year.


INFOGRAPHIC: The face of Lonmin 5 years after Marikana

Aug 16 2017 19:43

Lonmin is not the same company it was five years ago, before the Marikana massacre took place. Fin24 highlights what has changed.


ArcelorMittal SA looks to retrench workers

Aug 16 2017 07:54

Leading steel producer ArcelorMittal SA is set to retrench over 50 workers as it attempts to address its current challenges.



Mark Pamensky speaks out on charges linked to Guptas, Eskom

Aug 16 2017 08:00

Former Eskom and Oakbay board member Mark Pamensky has spoken out after OUTA laid charges against him for corruption and abuse of his position as a board member.


NPA must prosecute 2012 Marikana deaths, Amnesty says

Aug 15 2017 08:51

Amnesty International has urged authorities to move forward with prosecutions over the killing by police of 34 people in a single day at Lonmin’s Marikana platinum operations five years ago.

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