Wednesday, January 18, 2017

SOUTH32, created from the unbundling of BHP Billiton’s non-core assets, delivered some pleasant surprises for investors in August, cutting costs $386m in its first...

AFRICAN Rainbow Minerals (ARM) posted a 40% decline in headline earnings year-on-year largely owing to continued losses at its $400m Zambian copper mine Lubambe...

TIN might not be the most glamorous of metals, but it’s certainly among the most important, especially to the Information Age given its prevalence...

ANGLO American downgraded its copper output forecast for its 2016 financial year owing to "severe winter weather" at Los Bronces mine in Chile, and...

ONE of the more chastening points made by Tom Albanese, CEO of Vedanta Resources, was that the company was able to cut the cost...

I am frequently asked why our parent company, Vedanta, has been so particularly active in expanding its interests in zinc, one of the four...

First Quantum Minerals said water levels at Lake Kariba would be recharged taking the pressure off its Kansanshi and Sentinel copper operations.

Tom Albanese, CEO of Vedanta Resources, said there may be more cuts in copper output at Konkola Copper Mines if the power shortage problem intensified.

Zambia is the latest of southern Africa's mining giants to set down beneficiation plans at a time when prices, policy and power worry investment prospects.

Chrome miners in Zimbabwe welcomed the lifting of an export ban but conditions in the sector were still very challenging.