Saturday, November 18, 2017

THE absolute, stand-out moment of the Joburg Indaba conference was perhaps its most chilling. Asked for his view about investing in South African mining,...

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...

THERE'S more than meets the eye to the Chamber of Mines' decision not to interdict the redrafted Mining Charter. This is according to market...

SPEAKING in October 2016 at the opening of the Joburg Indaba, a conference, Sibanye-Stillwater CEO, Neal Froneman, outlined plans for a new approach by...

IT will be interesting to see how Nico Muller opens his account at Impala Platinum (Implats), the company of which he was appointed CEO...

IT'S probably just coincidence and most likely doesn't stand for very much, but I thought it's interesting Glencore's board consists largely of accountants. There...

LONMIN states in its announcement on August 7 that proposals to sell the rights to some 500,000 ounces of platinum group metal (PGM) processing...

COMMENTING in an opinion piece on May 12, I suggested the Mining Charter would not see "light of day" in 2017 owing to the...

MARK Cutifani, CEO of Anglo American, one of South Africa's most important companies, once commented that empowerment deals ought to be allowed to fail,...

I DO love a good mining conference and the Junior Indaba is as good as they come thanks in large part to chairman Bernard...