Saturday, November 18, 2017

UPDATED: Anglo American has stopped work at all its Rustenburg operations, citing threats of violence against its employees.

In an effort to preserve its balance sheet in these difficult times, Amplats has slashed capex R700m amid signs its group review is intensifying.

Impala Platinum CEO, David Brown, said the company has no intention of exiting its Zimbabwean investments despite intense pressure from the country's indigenisation minister, Saviour Kasukuwere.

As one round of wage negotiations ends, another begins with Royal Bafokeng Platinum saying it was in positive ahead of wage talks with the National Union of Mineworkers.

LONMIN continued to lose money in the six months ended March leaking 32.9 cents per share (2016: 37.3c/share), equal to $48m, following an operating...

SIBANYE Gold said it would take a few months to assess Rustenburg Platinum Mines (RPM), the 800,000 ounce per year platinum (4E) company over...

It's been two years since Northam Platinum agreed to sell Aquarius Platinum 31 million ounces contained in Booysendal South in which time DMR approval has been pending.

Northam Platinum has recommenced mining operations after reaching an agreement to resolve an unprotected strike which has cost the miner R192m in revenue.

Production losses at Northam Platinum have started ticking up as a strike among rock drill operators at its Zondereinde mine extends into its third week.

The Zimbabwean government will on January 9 call for expressions of interest in a platinum refinery as miners in the country start to pay the raw materials levy.