Tuesday, February 20, 2018

SOUTH Africa's High Court starts three-day deliberations on the so-called 'Minister's Charter' on Monday (February 19), the third iteration of the 2004 Mining Charter...

THERE was a chance that both Anglo American and Glencore would treat the market to pleasant dividend surprises when they reported their full-year financial...

SOUTH32 has taken its pledge to return cash to shareholders to a new level announcing an interim and special dividend worth a combined $378m...

THE replacement of Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe with his party rival Emmerson Mnangagwa seems to have resuscitated the interest of several South African mining...

"I DON’T hold any grudges. You’ve just got to shake hands and move on." So said Ian Harebottle who is serving the last weeks...

TIM Carstens, MD of Base Resources, said the company wouldn't just "bury its head in Toliara", its newly acquired ilmenite-rich Madagascar project, as it...

SIBANYE-Stillwater expected that an improvement in the value of the rand against the dollar would "delay deleveraging a bit", but it would keep to...

FORMER Rio Tinto CEO, Tom Albanese, defended himself against allegations of fraud brought by the US Securities & Exchange Commission (SEC), saying that he...

IT was about time the extended talkshop about improving the relationship between government, mining companies, and communities was replaced with action and a new, creative...

SOUTH Africa mines minister, Mosebenzi Zwane, cut an inscrutable figure on Monday when quizzed about the Chamber of Mines' earlier attack on his leadership...