Wednesday, January 16, 2019

KUMBA Iron Ore is considering production of limited quantities of a super high grade ore to capitalise on soaring prices being paid for higher...

AN interesting aspect of Kumba Iron Ore’s full-year results presentation last month was its so-called 'step-out plan' – a strategy in which it would consider...

Transnet is on track to expand its iron ore and manganese rail line to an annual capacity of 60 million tonnes by 2012/13, says its CEO.

THE Department of Mineral Resources and Imperial Crown Trading 289 seek to appeal against the judgment of the Supreme Court in the case over a Sishen mining right.

Assmang, a joint venture between ARM and Assore, is to bring the curtain down on its last ferroalloy smelter in Machadodorp following a strategic review.

The Industrial Development Corporation says it’s working hard at bringing the feud between Kalahari Resources and global steel giant ArcelorMittal to an end.

A high level meeting in London between Rio Tinto, the Guinea government and the IFC has given fresh momentum to plans to build the Simandou iron ore project.

ARCELORMITTAL South Africa (AMSA) announced steel price increases of up to 11% - more than double inflation - in an effort to keep its...

Eskom has agreed to buy back power from International Ferro Metals which has agreed to shut two furnaces in deals most likely similar to shut downs at Rukkii, Xstrata and Samancor.

Steel production was likely to tick up in September and October in China with iron ore prices holding steady in the meantime, traders said.