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Anglo’s Kumba ascends to fresh share price highs as commodity frenzy...

KUMBA Iron Ore continued to rack up fresh share price records, ending today at R717.19/share, a daily gain of 2.5%, and valuing the company...

Petra to pay £4.3m as it settles Williamson illegal miner claims...

PETRA Diamonds has agreed to pay £4.3m in settlement of claims brought against the company's Williamson mine in Tanzania in respect of human rights...

Supply fear to keep iron ore price pumping with long-term $250/t...

THE heat in the iron ore market, which has seen the price of the mineral increase to more than $230 per ton, was unlikely...

Herd mentality just the ticket for Gemfields as it aims to...

ONE means by which the diamond industry has coped with restrictions on international travel is to channel sales of unpolished goods through online auctions,...

Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman says metals supercycle could be better than...

NEAL Froneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater, said the world may be in the grip of another minerals and metals supercycle but he warned there was...

Report says US-sanctioned Zimbabwe businessman may have held stake in Kuvimba...

A REPORT by Bloomberg News has raised questions over who stands to benefit from Kuvimba Mining House, a company established to resurrect gold and...

Gerald Group to ship 707,000 tons of iron ore from Marampa...

GERALD Group, a US commodity trading firm, has resolved a two-year dispute with the Sierra Leone government after agreeing to pay the state $20m...

Covid-19 wave, PNG troubles dent Harmony Gold’s Q3, but firm on...

HARMONY Gold is on course for impressive year-on-year operating and financial results, but the third quarter performance underpins short-term stressors as Covid-19 interrupted production...

AngloGold’s Ramon acknowledges strategy “uncertain in mind of market” until board...

CHRISTINE Ramon, interim CEO of AngloGold Ashanti, acknowledged there would be uncertainty regarding the long-term strategy of the company until the board appointed a...

World’s low carbon aspiration requires mining firms to spend $1.7 trillion...

THE world's mining companies needed to invest $1.7 trillion in the next 15 years to help supply metals such as copper, cobalt, and nickel...