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Nogxina prepares for DMR exit

by David McKay | 09-Feb-11 18:03 | add a comment

Sandile Nogxina, director general at South Africa's minerals resources department, is preparing for retirement, government sources confirmed. Read ›

Great Western eyes rare earths in SA

by Reuters | 09-Feb-11 16:54 | add a comment

Great Western Minerals Group expects output of 2,700 tonnes a year from its South African rare earth mine in two years' time, according to company officials. Read ›

Jindal weighs up Waterberg options

by Andrι Janse van Vuuren | 09-Feb-11 13:52 | add a comment

India's Jindal Steel is looking to exploit at least three opportunities that may flow from its negotiations with Sekoko Resources and Firestone Energy. Read ›

Robert Friedland plays hard to get

by Brendan Ryan | 09-Feb-11 11:46 | add a comment

Mining entrepreneur Robert Friedland once again failed to deliver the presentation he was supposed to give at Mining Indaba on his South African platinum assets. Read ›

Risk mounts for disaffected Africa

by David McKay | 09-Feb-11 10:17 | add a comment

The prospect of investment in Africa's mining industry has become riskier, according to analysts and industry participants attending this year's Mining Indaba. Read ›

One licence to cut red tape

by Andrι Janse van Vuuren | 08-Feb-11 17:53 | add a comment

Miners will in future be able to apply for an integrated mining permit, which will also indicate compliance to environmental legislation. Read ›

Petra sets out plans for Finsch

by Brendan Ryan | 08-Feb-11 15:20 | add a comment

Petra Diamonds CEO Johan Dippenaar intends following the same approach at the Finsch mine as he did at Cullinan, which is to improve the recovery of large, high value diamonds. Read ›

Xstrata goes for Zanaga iron ore

by Brendan Ryan | 08-Feb-11 14:18 | add a comment

Gem Diamonds CEO Clifford Elphick has pulled off an iron ore coup bringing heavyweight resource group Xstrata into his Zanaga project in the Republic of Congo. Read ›

Shabangu again discredits nationalisation

by Reuters | 08-Feb-11 13:27 | add a comment

Nationalisation will cause South Africa to miss out on a global commodities boom, just as the country did for most of the last decade, says Mines Minister Susan Shabangu. Read ›

Mining law review to tackle factionalism

by Andrι Janse van Vuuren | 08-Feb-11 12:34 | add a comment

The prevalence of community factions siding with competing mineral rights applicants will be addressed in proposed legal amendments, says Mines Minister Susan Shabangu. Read ›

Carroll warns govt to follow 'rule of law'

by David McKay | 08-Feb-11 10:38 | add a comment

Cynthia Carroll, CEO of Anglo American which controls Kumba Iron Ore, mixed charm with a stern warning to the SA government that corruption should not be tolerated. Read ›

PTM still wheeling and dealing

by Brendan Ryan | 08-Feb-11 10:04 | add a comment

Platinum Group Metals has opted to build its new platinum mine west of Rustenburg, but CEO Mikes Jones reckons his business plan is still up for review every morning. Read ›

Platinum deficit 'a time bomb'

by David McKay | 07-Feb-11 19:36 | add a comment

Under investment in the platinum industry as well as growing labour related agitation and increasing costs would spell disaster for the platinum supply deficit. Read ›

Gold miners advised to hedge

by Brendan Ryan | 07-Feb-11 18:10 | add a comment

Hedging is anathema to most gold share investors and miners, but Credit Suisse analyst Tom Kendal says it's time for companies to have a serious discussion on the subject. Read ›

Zim crisis threatens diamond business

by David McKay | 07-Feb-11 18:01 | add a comment

The standoff in Zimbabwe which is not permitted to export diamond from its Marange fields was a reputational shock the diamond industry could not afford to suffer, Chaim Even-Zohar said. Read ›

Online system to halt mine rights fraud

by Andrι Janse van Vuuren | 07-Feb-11 12:28 | add a comment

UPDATED: The department of mineral resources will launch an online mineral rights application system which promises to eliminate corruption by officials. Read ›
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