Thursday, September 29, 2016

MASTER Drilling passed its interim dividend as it sought to capitalise on investment opportunities in line with its strategy to keep geographically diversified. Commenting in...

THE African National Congress (ANC) was going against president Jacob Zuma’s reservations about the constitutionality of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment (MPRDA)...

CREATED in the teeth of the commodity price meltdown, South32 offered a glimmer of its future potential paying a maiden 1 US cent a...

GLENCORE said there was "every likelihood" it would reinstate the dividend next year after a 12-month operating and balance sheet restructuring it which it...

The Department of Minerals and Resources (DMR) has hit back at the mining industry over the issue of Section 54 work stoppages following a report...

EXXARO Resources CEO, Mxolisi Mgojo, put a pragmatic spin on the firm's topsy-turvey relationship with Eskom, the South African power utility, saying that he...

AN improved performance from its coal division helped Exxaro Resources to a 10% lift in interim attributable earnings and 2% higher headline earnings -...

IT’S now become clear that the South African government wants Anglo American to ‘sell’ its thermal coal mines and 70% stake in Kumba Iron...

LONMIN warned shareholders that whilst the second half of its financial year was seasonally better than the first – with normally less disruptions –...

ANGLO American Platinum (Amplats) and Kumba Iron Ore (Kumba), the two listed South African subsidiaries of Anglo American, produced a combined R7.6bn in free...