Saturday, February 16, 2019

GHANA'S blitz on illegal mining is yielding environmental dividends, with fish returning to rivers heavily polluted by the practice, the president of the gold producing...

THE regulatory and policy environment of South African mining was significantly improved, but it was not yet sufficiently reformed to attract expansion capital, said...

VEDANTA today defended a transaction in which its subsidiary Cairn India Holdings bought shares in Anglo American owned by the firm's executive chairman, Anil Agarwal,...

GWEDE Mantashe, South Africa's mines minister, declared South Africa had ironed out its long-standing regulatory uncertainties, but he warned new investors that the days...

THE appearance of President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Mining Indaba conference sends a strong message that South Africa intends to reform its position in the...

SHARES in Vedanta fell a fifth following a transaction in which a subsidiary of the Indian miner bought executive chairman Anil Agarwal's 19% stake...

THE Minerals Council is expected to tell the National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) on Friday that Eskom's proposed 15% electricity tariff hike...

THE rise of populism in South Africa which was a consequence of citizens having run out of patience with politicians and business could reverse...

KORE Potash has unveiled the terms of a definitive feasibility study of its Kola project situated in the Republic of Congo (RoC) in which...

NAMIBIA, Angola and Zimbabwe have changed their mining legislation recently in an effort to attract and incentivise new investments in the sector. These changes are...