Sunday, August 20, 2017

ONE of the observations regarding the investor activism being encountered by BHP – the mining firm that reaffirmed its Australian roots by dropping the...

MARK Cutifani, CEO of Anglo American, one of South Africa's most important companies, once commented that empowerment deals ought to be allowed to fail,...

SINCE reaching its best ever valuation since listing in mid-2015, shares in South32 have been under something of a correction, down about 13% between...

LONMIN was studying the feasibility of reopening shafts that could yield between 200,000 to 250,000 ounces a year of platinum group metals (PGM), roughly...

A PRESENTATION by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) to the Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources earlier this week in South Africa's parliament suggested...

PUBLIC Enterprises minister, Lynne Brown, said the South African government had no choice but to support Eskom's decision to re-employ Brian Molefe as CEO...

MIKE Teke, chairman of Masimong Group Holdings, is not wanting for ambition. Masimong Group’s 25% stake in Seriti Resources, the company that earlier this month...

Randgold Resources CEO Mark Bristow has sounded a stern warning to the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) over the negative consequences...

SIBANYE Gold confirmed today it had received US regulatory approval for its $2.2bn bid for Stillwater Mining and said it would restrict the rights...

ABOUT 280km north-east of Yellowknife, the largest town of Canada’s North West Territories (NWT), is Gahcho Kué – a Chipewyan name for ‘the big...