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Kore Potash pushes ahead with Republic of Congo projects after successful...

Following the successful raising of $14.1m during April through an equity issue Kore Potash is pushing ahead with the groundwork for development of its...

Miners not doing enough to meet UN targets on greenhouse gas...

THE mining sector is not doing enough to meet the United Nations' goals in limiting global climate warming to two degrees Celsius above pre-industrial...

Kenmare triples interim dividend on the back of record half year...

KENMARE Resources tripled the interim dividend following a record half year taxed profit, earned on the back of higher volumes and prices. The company today...

Southern Africa’s minnow economies are rising thanks to demand for green...

THE Cactus Coffee Shop has a five-star rating on TripAdvisor, an online travel company. Situated on the corner of the Old Gold Course Road...

Despite the roadblocks, electric vehicles will change a highway near you,...

ELECTRIC vehicles (EVs) are revolutionising automotive markets. While the technology is still advancing, they already cost far less to run than a traditional internal...

Why Roger Baxter isn’t getting carried away by SA Govt’s promise...

SINCE he returned to South Africa from Canada in 2012, Minerals Council CEO Roger Baxter has been negotiating issues around the Mining Charter with...

Australian government to run inquiry into sexual harassment at mining camps

AN inquiry by the Australian government will put the spotlight on sexual harassment in the country's mineral-rich west, as the sector struggles with a...

Master Drilling to post interim rebound beating pre-Covid-19 half-year performance

MASTER Drilling is set to report a strong rebound in interim earnings even against its performance in the six months ended June 2019 before...

Women executives have one thing to say about leadership: ditch the...

SOME of South Africa's most prominent mining CEOs say generalisations about the skills women bring to the workplace are unhelpful and that more attention should...

Justice for Miners says R9m in silicosis compensation represents insufficient progress

A SOUTH African organisation representing gold miners with silicosis said compensation should be expedited to successful applicants. This is after it emerged last month that only...