Thursday, June 21, 2018

Investments in 30 townhouses are among the business interests of deputy president, Cyril Ramaphosa in a disclosure to Parliament.

Mick Davis' X2 Resources was the last remaining bidder for control of two Rio Tinto Group coal mines in Australia.

Neal Froneman, CEO of Sibanye Gold, said he'd be disappointed if the company hadn't concluded a platinum deal before the year-end.

Numsa, South Africa's largest labour organisation, says it's accepting miners who are disaffected by the platinum sector strike which is more than 10 weeks old.

The National Council of Provinces today approved changes to the Minerals and Petroleum Resources Development Act.

Global gold demand fell 2.5% in the third quarter - its lowest level since the last quarter of 2009 - owing to less jewellery, coin and bar purchases.

The humanitarian crisis at west Johannesburg mine, Blyvooruitzicht, would be the focus of an urgent meeting led by Ngoako Ramatlhodi, SA's mines minister.

Namibia was hoping to kickstart plans to build a $15bn, 1,500 kilometre rail-route from Botswana's Mmamabula coalfields to its port at Walvis Bay.

Vedanta Resources is facing legal action in London's High Court after Zambian villagers claimed their water source had been polluted.

Gold production in the September quarter for DRDGold would be between 5% to 7% higher, the company has said.