DMRE “studying” High Court charter judgement but attorney thinks it will...

THE South African government would probably appeal a High Court judgement on Tuesday that set aside some provisions of the 2018 Mining Charter including...

Assore takes investment in Gemfields to R477m after buying further lot...

ASSORE, the iron ore and manganese investment firm, has increased its stake in the UK-listed Gemfields to 12.7%. Gemfields said in a disclosure on Tuesday...

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Caledonia Mining buys Maligreen gold prospect in Zimbabwe for $4m

CALEDONIA Mining Corporation, a Zimbabwean gold miner, said it had bought the Maligreen project in...

Gemfields posts interim profit but warns second half EBITDA to be weaker

GEMFIELDS posted a taxed profit of $23.8m for the six months ended June compared to...

Iron ore prices recover but steelmaking ingredient faces headwinds

IRON ore prices recovered from a 16 month low today, but the steelmaking ingredient was...

Correction: Kalagadi Manganese not due for High Court hearing

ON Tuesday, 21 September 2021, Miningmx erroneously reported, amongst other things, that a court hearing...

Sibanye-Stillwater reports two mine fatalities at Kloof, third miner missing

TWO miners lost their lives whilst looking for a third who is still missing, said...

AfriTin secures £4.5m senior loan from Standard Bank for Uis plant expansion

AFRITIN, a UK-listed tin mining firm operating in Namibia, said it had tied up loan...

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THE global Covid-19 pandemic had resulted in much-improved communications and relationships between mining companies and surrounding communities, according to Anglo American CEO, Mark Cutifani. Interviewed for the Mining Indaba virtual conference being held from London by Deloitte partner Andrew Lane, Cutifani commented that: "In no time that I can remember...

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