Friday, March 24, 2017

POLITICAL intrigue and corporate manoeuverings are likely to dominate South Africa’s mining sector in 2017 with firms Anglo American, Glencore and Gold Fields featuring...

SIBANYE is to issue South Africa's Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) with a R26m legal claim following the application of a number of Section...

SOUTH Africa's Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has suffered a devastating defeat in the High Court (Pretoria) which has potentially far-reaching implications for other...

A SOUTH African government declaration that it was "progressing" towards an out of court settlement with the country's mining sector on black economic empowerment...

ANALYSTS are puzzling over the extent to which US president-elect, Donald Trump, has helped stimulate the world’s commodity markets further following a somewhat vague...

GLENCORE gave notice of its rehabilitation following a tumultuous 2015/16 saying it would pay a dividend of $1bn in two halves during its 2017...

THE Labour Court (Johannesburg) has delivered a potentially important judgement in favour of mining companies seeking less drastic application of the Mine Health and...

PANIC that sent gold to a six week high as it became apparent Donald Trump would glide to an surprise victory in the US...

THE scandal and murky dealings that have characterised Guinea's Simandou iron ore project permeated into the affairs of Rio Tinto following an investigation into...

FINANCE minister Pravin Gordhan threw his weight behind South Africa's renewable independent power producer (IPP) programme amid criticism, most notably by Eskom CEO, Brian...