Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Tens of thousands of workers led by Numsa have ended a two-week pay strike in the steel and engineering sector, says union leaders.

Investors have written to BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto to say the miners should ditch ambitions for mega deals in favour of share buyback schemes, according to a report.

THE winds of change were blowing through Africa again, but this time positively following the appointments of Cyril Ramaphosa as president of South Africa,...

SOUTH African mines minister Gwede Mantashe's compromise Mining Charter, gazetted on September 27, has been viewed positively by analysts and lawyers. In the view of one...

February 2015 will live in the memory as the day Mark Cutifani stared down a sceptical market which believed he’d responded too slowly to...

MASTER Drilling, the Johannesburg-listed company that provides the South African and international mining sector specialised drilling technology, said it had exercised its right to...

If a mining model based on the "Miracle of Chile' is pursued, ideological, financial and political compromises lie in the wake for South Africa's mining industry.

The listing of South32 on the JSE will see it slot into the scarcely populated mid-cap mining space currently occupied by Exxaro Resources, but few others.

BHP Billiton has scrapped its $39bn bid for Potash Corp, and says it will return $4.2bn to investors through a share buyback.

Sanlam has criticised the lack of transparency in the planned deal to offer a 26% stake in AcerlorMittal South Africa to black investors.