Monday, November 20, 2017

AGREEMENT between the South African government and the country's mining sector on a new Mining Charter could only be reached through negotiation, said African...

FORMER BHP Billiton CEO, Marius Kloppers, has called on governments to lower sovereign risk rather than playing "split the pizza" politics - an approach...

THE Chamber of Mines appears to be anxious to avoid a repeat of the fireworks of the Africa Down Under conference last month when...

EXXARO Resources kicked off the sale of its 42.7% stake in New York-listed Tronox, a mineral sands miner, which will consist of a first...

THE South African mining industry staged a modest recovery during 2017 with the 25 companies covered in the annual survey carried out by accounting...

IT couldn’t be confidently claimed that Ivan Glasenberg, Glencore CEO, is given over to hyperbole. In fact, his group’s grassroots exposure to the markets through...

ROYALTY agreements, and their legal cousins, streaming agreements, are set to become an increasingly popular mine funding mechanism, especially in times of legislative uncertainty...

FORMER Anglo American CEO, Cynthia Carroll, was a conspicuous absentee of the UK group's centenary celebration held at Vergelegen, the historic wine farm that...

ANIL Agarwal, the chairman of Indian firm, Vedanta, is to lift his personal stake in Anglo American by buying between £1.25bn to £1.5bn worth...

THERE'S been a rise in tensions among South Africa's mining unions, and its labour in general, this month following volatility at the Kimberley mines...