Sibanye closely monitoring Zim political upheavals

Nov 21 2017 17:32

Sibanye-Stillwater says there has been little upheaval at the Mimosa mine it jointly owns with Impala Platinum after the army took over power in Zimbabwe.


Glencore's troubles in Congo claim its highest profile victim

Nov 21 2017 09:13

Two weeks after the Paradise Papers leak brought a wave of scrutiny over Glencore’s dealings in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the company is facing another scandal.


Glencore directors step down from DRC unit amid probe

Nov 20 2017 15:06

Three Glencore executives have stepped down as directors of the Swiss trader’s copper and cobalt unit, Katanga Mining after an internal review found 'material weaknesses' in financial reporting controls at the operation.


163-carat Angolan diamond sells for $34m, still disappoints

Nov 15 2017 16:12

A flawless 163-carat clear diamond from Angola fetched $34m (approximately R487m) at Christie’s in Geneva - not enough to dispel concerns about the health of the market.


Glencore is close to creating a mining royalty company

Nov 15 2017 12:42

Glencore is close to finalising a $700m deal with the Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan to create a new base-metals royalty company.


Court allows mining communities to join Chamber’s case against DMR

Nov 14 2017 14:56

A High Court has ruled that mining-affected communities can join the application of the Chamber of Mines to have the Mining Charter reviewed.


Wildcat stay away ends at Harmony's Kusasalethu gold mine

Nov 14 2017 14:51

Employees at Kusasalethu gold mine near Carletonville in Gauteng have returned to work after a wildcat strike.


Eskom taking measures in case of NUM coal strike

Nov 13 2017 18:19

Eskom says it is concerned about the duration of a potential NUM coal strike, and possible intimidation against Eskom coal suppliers not affiliated with the union.


Strike shuts down Harmony's Kusasalethu gold mine

Nov 13 2017 15:19

Harmony Gold says a wildcat strike has broken out at its Kusasalethu gold mine near Carletonville in Gauteng.

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BEE 'top-up' provision in Charter could steer away investors - Chamber of Mines

Nov 09 2017 20:30

A provision in the disputed Mining Charter of 2017 which requires holders of mining rights to top up the black ownership of its mines to 30% if it falls short, could steer away investment, a court has heard.

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