Centamin kickstarts Egypt gold exploration after Govt. talks over 19 licences...

CENTAMIN would begin looking for gold in Egypt after discussions with the country's government regarding 19 licences it awarded last year progressed. In March 2020,...

Perseus to unveil dividend policy in August as secures “line of...

WEST African gold miner Perseus Mining will unveil a dividend policy when it presents its 2021 year-end numbers in August, said MD and CEO...

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Copper’s investment case may benefit further from shift in South American politics

THE growing popularity of left-leaning politics in South America could have a positive impact on...

Newmont warns of rising inflation with labour costs “running hot”

COST inflation would persist into next year for the world's gold mining companies if today's...

RBPlat to report huge lift in basic interim earnings as PGM prices flourish

ROYAL Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) will report interim basic earnings as much as 450% higher year...

Zimbabwe says Kuvimba stake given to help compensate evicted white farmers

THE Zimbabwean government was handed a stake in Kuvimba Mining House in order to pay...

MC Mining says Uitkomst colliery resumes after losing about 5,600 tons of production

MINING resumed at the Uitkomst Colliery in KwaZulu-Natal province, said 70% owner MC Mining in...

Coal production from KwaZulu-Natal disrupted by last week’s violent protests

COAL production from KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa was widely disrupted last week owing to...


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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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