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BEE investors, frustrated by lack of dividends, put Rio Tinto’s BEE...

RIO Tinto Group's South African operation is facing the loss of a large bloc of Black investors, a move that would leave it below...

Anglo, Glencore et al in need of GHG benchmark as stakeholders...

A QUESTION at a recent Glencore pre-AGM meeting about greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction targets made mention that the group’s short-term targets were being missed. Glencore...

Investors hope for faster reform in SA now President Ramaphosa strengthens...

INVESTORS welcomed the suspension of one of the main party rivals of South African President Cyril Ramaphosa, but his reform agenda had been too slowly...

Herd mentality just the ticket for Gemfields as it aims to...

ONE means by which the diamond industry has coped with restrictions on international travel is to channel sales of unpolished goods through online auctions,...

Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman says metals supercycle could be better than...

NEAL Froneman, CEO of Sibanye-Stillwater, said the world may be in the grip of another minerals and metals supercycle but he warned there was...

World’s low carbon aspiration requires mining firms to spend $1.7 trillion...

THE world's mining companies needed to invest $1.7 trillion in the next 15 years to help supply metals such as copper, cobalt, and nickel...

Iron ore, copper prices surge onwards and upwards as “green demand”...

IRON ore futures increased 10% to more than $226/t whilst the copper price continued to rise despite last week's record-making gains through $10,000/t. The iron...

Thuggery at SA mines at odds with Government’s plans to attract...

THE Minerals Council South Africa called on the country's authorities, including its police services, to help stamp out acts of "thuggery" perpetrated at mines,...

Mining services sector gears up for new cycle as funds for...

A FEATURE of the last metals and minerals 'supercycle' - in which prices for commodities rose to record levels between 2003 and 2008 -...

Mining Charter court hearing on ‘once-empowered, always-empowered’ to start May 3

SOUTH Africa's Mining Charter is in court again this week as producers and government face off over the issue of "continuing consequences", also known...