Friday, June 22, 2018

GLENCORE'S workaround the US sanctions placed on Dan Gertler, the Congo's mining tycoon, was a remarkable piece of pragmatism on behalf of the Swiss...

SOUTH Africa's mining sector expressed its discontent with aspects of the draft Mining Charter, published by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) on June...

THE long-sought security of tenure craved by mining companies operating in South Africa may be on the cards after the Government said today firms complying...

A PROPOSAL for a 10% free carry for communities and employees on new projects is set to become a point of contestation following the...

GLENCORE was confident it had avoided another potential crisis in the strategically important mining district of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) as it...

GÉCAMINES, the Democratic Republic of Congo's state-owned base metals miner, has urged foreign investors to renegotiate the terms of joint ventures saying that current...

ANGLO American is to sell a 21.9% stake in its Quellaveco copper project in Peru to Mitsubishi increasing the Japanese firm's stake in the...

THE net cash impact of Glencore's debt forgiveness agreement with the Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC's) state-owned Gécamines was $190m to $250m, according to analysts...

THARISA, the Johannesburg- and London-listed chrome and platinum group metals (PGM) producer has extended its interest in Zimbabwe after announcing a $4.5m (R60m) investment...

SWISS-based mining and marketing firm, Glencore, has headed off potentially disruptive legal action with Gécamines by agreeing today to dissolve $5.6bn in debt and...