Tuesday, June 19, 2018

I think the decision by Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe to do an “about face” over the High Court ruling on “once empowered,...

THE chit-chat around the water cooler at a recent conference about Zimbabwe mining – called the Harare Indaba – was on the sceptical side. Involving...

YOU have to be an optimist to be a miner and the most diehard optimists in the business right now are those in platinum...

ONE of the reasons why the Chamber of Mines decided to postpone its High Court hearing into Mining Charter 3 and enter into discussions...

OF all the new cabinet appointments made by South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, yesterday, sending Gwede Mantashe to the mines ministry was one of...

SOUTH Africa's High Court starts three-day deliberations on the so-called 'Minister's Charter' on Monday (February 19), the third iteration of the 2004 Mining Charter...

MINING supremo, Robert Friedland, was on top oratorical form during his talk to the Mining Indaba in Cape Town but, sadly, a few factual...

ANIL Agarwal, executive chairman of the UK-listed diversified mining group Vedanta, admits having a poor grasp of English, but he's a dab hand at...

ACCORDING to media reports, the Constitutional Court has potentially paved the way for the National Assembly to impeach President Jacob Zuma - a development...

EVEN by Neal Froneman's merger and acquisition standards, the last 12 months have been astonishing for the Sibanye-Stillwater boss. In December 2016, he unveiled one of...