Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Impala Platinum confirmed it had suffered a work stoppage at its Marula platinum mine by workers affiliated with the National Union of Mineworkers.

UK-listed ENRC is to join with a Zimbabwean state-owned mining company and Chinese investors in order to mine platinum in the southern African country.

John Paulson whose company Paulson & Co owns 6.6% of AngloGold Ashanti said he would not vote through the proposed $2.1bn rights issue and demerger.

AMCU's refusal to hand gold industry wage talks over to the CCMA would result in parallel wage talks.

South Africa's platinum producers said they would strongly oppose a petition launched by AMCU that they desist from communicating with the union's members.

Metorex shareholders will vote on Brazilian group Vale’s takeover offer on July 22 - the date chairperson Rob Still had hoped to be in Iceland on a fishing trip.

Coal of Africa said it could no longer support Mooiplaats after the thermal coal mine racked up losses of just over R400m over the last two financial years.

Gold One International said it was taking steps to reduce disruption to output following a strike, deemed illegal by the Labour Court, from June 3.

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