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Sibanye Gold may cut over 6 000 jobs after losses

Feb 14 2019 19:38

Sibanye said earlier this week that it was considering shutting unprofitable shafts and cutting jobs at its South African gold mines amid a three-month-old wage strike that’s curbing output.

Mining Indaba 2019

SA gold output plunges most in six years in December

Feb 14 2019 12:28

Production of gold by South African mines retreated the most in six years in December as a strike at the nation’s top producer of the metal continued.

Mining Indaba 2019

African mining needs 'cheap, reliable' power

Feb 12 2019 14:18

Amid renewed load shedding in SA, the head of mining and metals at Standard Bank Group has emphasised that access to cheap, reliable power is a key success factor for mining companies across Africa.


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Policy, political innuendo can make SA coal unattractive to investors – Exxaro exec

Feb 10 2019 19:45

Be aware of the policy environment and political innuendos which could make SA seem unattractive for investors in the coal industry, says the executive head of coal operations at Exxaro Resources.

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'We want our voice on the table' - Alternative Mining Indaba

Feb 09 2019 09:24

The Alternative Mining Indaba has been running for 10 years, and its organisers believe the event has made strides in bringing forward the plight of communities affected by mining.


Zim biggest gold miner suspends operations as central bank fails to pay up

Feb 08 2019 14:41

Zimbabwe's listed gold miner, RioZim, has suspended operations for the second time in four months, amid failure by the country's central bank to pay for a delivery to its gold buying unit.

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