South32 cautious on SA manganese sales despite record first quarter production

SOUTH32 reported record quarterly manganese ore production from its South African mines, but said sales were kept lower ahead of a planned shutdown. Saleable production...

Gilbertson ousted from Jupiter Mines after shareholders rebel against executive pay

BRIAN Gilbertson, the revered South African mining executive, has been ousted from the board and chairmanship of Jupiter Mines following a shareholder revolt over...

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Sibanye-Stillwater nudges up gold wage offer in bid to end union dispute

SIBANYE-Stillwater has sought to break the deadlock in gold sector wage talks that's had unions...

Bushveld lifts vanadium output but sales disappoint owing to ‘challenges to logistics’

BUSHVELD Minerals reported an improved operational performance for the third quarter, but said sales were...

Perseus Mining notches record quarterly gold production

PERSEUS Mining produced a record 112,786 ounces of gold in the first quarter of its...

US, ally nations ought to mine more rare earths, says defence department official

THE US and ally nations should mine and process more rare earths to ensure adequate...

De Beers posts lower seventh cycle sales ahead of Diwali holiday

DE BEERS today reported provisional eighth cycle rough diamond sales of $490m which were described...

Centamin targets mid point of 2021 gold production guidance

CENTAMIN had targeted full year production of about 415,000 ounces of gold, the mid-point of...

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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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