Friday, May 25, 2018

The rosy picture that Eskom’s executives painted recently of the power utility’s financial position could create the impression that reports of hardship were exaggerations,...

NEAL Froneman has never been known for reticence. At a time when the mining industry was debt-shy, Sibanye Gold moved in the opposite direction...

The third revision of the Mining Charter gazetted on June 15 sent shock waves through South Africa’s mining industry. The onerous set of new...

ANALYSTS warmed to Glencore's bid for a 49% stake in Hunter Valley Operations (HVO), a coal mine in Australia's New South Wales, and also...

OUTSPOKEN CEO of Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat), Steve Phiri, today welcomed comments by the African National Congress (ANC) that the mining sector ought not...

AFTER a very strong recovery following an industry-wide inventory buildup in 2014-2015, and again after India's demonetisation in late-2016, the diamond industry’s momentum has...

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...