What are investors getting in Anglo’s demerged coal play, Thungela Resources?

ON June 7, investors will have a new proposition before them: Thungela Resources, the name given to Anglo American’s soon-to-be demerged thermal coal assets,...

Anglo American unveils SA thermal coal demerger Thungela Resources ahead of...

ANGLO American today unveiled details of a plan to demerge its South African thermal coal export assets - to be named Thungela Resources -...

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Anglo expects no disruption to copper output as Covid-19 rises to pandemic highs in Chile

COPPER production from Anglo American's Chile mines would be unaffected by a resurgence of Covid-19,...

Alphamin to register record quarterly income as tin sales, price continue to head north

ALPHAMIN Resources is due to report record quarterly income owing to a major boost in...

Kore Potash to raise $11m in shares for Kola optimisation study costs

THE $11m in proceeds from an issue of shares announced by Kore Potash today will be put...

Rio Tinto’s RBM in bid to resolve security issues ahead of $463m project restart

RIO Tinto did not know when it could resume work on a $463m project at...

Resolute shares recover from five-year low after firm increases Syama output forecast

SHARES in Resolute Mining responded to a company statement today that the optimisation of its...

Glencore confirms Kamoto Copper acid spill, says event was “limited release”

GLENCORE'S Kamoto Copper Company (KCC) mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) had a...


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Funds that invest in environment, social and governance principles attracted net inflows of $71.1bn globally between April and June taking assets under management in the products to a new high of over $1 trillion. Independent analyst, Mike Bedford, examines how the world’s leading gold miners stack up against one another in the ESG stakes.

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