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Amplats estimates R200m to R300m hit over three years owing to...

SOUTH Africa’s new carbon tax could cost the company between R200m and R300m in the next three years, said Reuters citing the comments of...

Mantashe lauds Rio Tinto’s R6.5bn investment in Richards Bay Minerals

SOUTH African mines minister, Gwede Mantashe, lauded a decision by Anglo-Australian group, Rio Tinto, to expand Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) saying the investment confirmed...

Sibanye-Stillwater prepares for worst ahead of PGM wage talks with R1.8bn...

SIBANYE-Stillwater is to place shares worth R1.8bn in an effort to minimise the impact on its balance sheet of the ongoing strike at its...

De Beers diamond sales moving to “more normalised” position in 2019

THIRD cycle diamond sales for Anglo American-controlled De Beers totalled $575m, just over $25m more than at the equivalent  the group said in an announcement...

AMCU’s Mathunjwa stokes battle with Neal Froneman in ‘Cecil John Rhodes’...

ASSOCIATION of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) president, Joseph Mathunjwa, lived up to his billing as "a s**t-stirrer of note" by chairman, Bernard Swanepoel,...

Amplats urges PGM sector to focus on demand instead of growing...

THE platinum miners had to invest in growing market demand to ensure the continued viability of their industry and the key priority was to...

Sibanye-Stillwater to ask court to declare AMCU strike unprotected after union...

SIBANYE-Stillwater is to ask the Labour Court to declare a four-month long strike at its South African gold mines by the Association of Mineworkers...

Anglo will walk from $3bn Los Bronces expansion if “public protests”

ANGLO American said it would bin the $3bn expansion of its Los Bronces copper mine in Chile if "... the public protests against it",...

Endeavour’s Ity CIL “an inflection point” for cash flow as hits...

COMMERCIAL production of the $420m Ity CIL project in Côte d'Ivoire had been achieved at full nameplate capacity of 160,000 ounces of gold annually, said...

Goviex signs framework pact with Niger which adds to stake in...

TORONTO-listed uranium development company, Goviex, said it had signed a framework with the Niger government in which the government would buy a 10% stake...