Iron ore, PGMs see ARM power ahead, doubling interim dividend amid...

STRONG iron ore and platinum group metal (PGM) prices resulted in record interim headline earnings and a doubling in the dividend year-on-year for African...

Silicosis sufferers receive compensation as R5bn historic Tshiamiso Trust begins roll...

THE Tshiamiso Trust, established in February 2020 to pay compensation to former gold miners that incurred silicosis, had kicked off with 2,402 claims lodged...

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Bid to expand Rio Tinto Mozambique coal fraud lawsuit blocked by US court

A US judge on Wednesday quashed a bid to widen the scope of a civil...

Namibia Govt. to limit selling of mining venture shares to foreign investors

THE Namibian government will limit locals selling out their entire shareholdings in mining ventures to...

Fallout for Rio Tinto continues as activist investors asks if other heads should roll

THE fallout for Rio Tinto following the destruction last year of the 46,000-year-old Juukan Gorge rock...

Gemfields to restart ruby, emerald production this month after surviving “grisly” 2020

GEMFIELDS had emerged from "a grisly" 2020 after announcing plans today to restart production from...

Golden Star says study shows 75% increase in Wassa gold production for 11 years

GOLDEN Star Resources, a Toronto-listed firm, has forecast average annual gold production of 294,000 ounces...

Resolute passes dividend despite bumper gold price as focuses on debt reduction

RESOLUTE Mining passed the dividend saying it would target debt reduction in 2021, including using...


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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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