Thursday, January 18, 2018

ON 19 July 2017, the South African Minister of Mineral Resources published a notice in the Government Gazette inviting interested parties to make submissions...

ROYALTY agreements, and their legal cousins, streaming agreements, are set to become an increasingly popular mine funding mechanism, especially in times of legislative uncertainty...

It's a well established fact that well run companies with good orebodies and that can budget sensibly will reap the rewards when the market returns to health.

IT has often been said that there are two incompatible animals when it comes to mining – engineers and environmentalists. But is that true...

Good morning friends, colleagues and members of the press. There are very few among us in this room who would dispute that South Africa is...

Johannesburg has a rich legacy in gold mining, but mining firms today will fail that legacy if they fail to give back to communities.

IN a High Court decision handed down on 3 October 2017, Justice Meyer found in favour of the taxpayer, United Manganese of Kalahari Proprietary...

Instead of trying to protect political careers, it would be better to tackle the root causes of the Marikana atrocity identified in the Farlam Commission's report.

IT has been nearly five years now since the peak in the gold price at over $1,900 per ounce, which was followed by a...

It is time for South Africans to face three tough truths if the country is to make the best of its mineral endowement, writes Anglo American CEO, Mark Cutifani.