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Sibanye-Stillwater appoints new non-executive director

Jan 17 2019 21:03

Harry Kenyon-Slaney’s arrival as non-executive director comes at a time when Sibanye-Stillwater is shrugging off the impact of industrial action and occupational challenges including mine deaths that occurred last years.


NUM march to Union Buildings for Optimum coal miners stuck in limbo

Jan 16 2019 17:28

The National Union of Mineworkers marched to the Union Buildings on Wednesday, asking government to ensure the mineworkers at Optimum receive salaries after they were left stranded by Tegeta’s fall into business rescue.


Mantashe announces independent survey on mining in Xolobeni

Jan 16 2019 20:32

Mantashe visited the Eastern Cape community and its natural dunes on Wednesday accompanied by a delegation from the Department of Mineral Resources and what has been described as heavy police presence.


We won bid for Gupta mines 'fair and square' - new owners

Jan 15 2019 19:57

Project Halo, the consortium which won a bid for the mines owned by Tegeta Exploration & Resources, says there was nothing untoward about its bid


Safcei pleads with Mantashe to cancel Xolobeni visit

Jan 15 2019 21:02

Mining companies looking into the area have been accused of bypassing processes and holding secret meetings with the minister to allow mining to take place.


NUM challenges government to save jobs at Optimum mine - even if that means buying it

Jan 16 2019 07:33

The National Union of Mineworkers says mineworkers at Optimum and Koornfontein Colliery Mines in Mpumalanga have not received their salaries in three months.


Gold production again falls in November as slump continues

Jan 15 2019 13:49

Gold's 14% production decrease contributed to a 5.6% year-on-year decrease in South African mining production overall, signalling that the struggling sector has not recovered from its long-running slump.


Russian Diamond giant Alrosa is going back to Zimbabwe

Jan 16 2019 20:23

Alrosa PJSC, one of the world’s top diamond miners, is returning to Zimbabwe after a more than two-year break.


Sibanye counts hit to earnings as strike at gold mines drags on

Jan 07 2019 18:28

Sibanye Gold said a protracted strike at its South African gold mines may hurt earnings at a time when the producer remains under pressure to reduce debt.



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