Saturday, February 16, 2019

THE Brumadinho dam disaster, Brazil's second in four years, would harm risk appetite in the world's mining sector and further tarnish its image, said Reuters. Brazilian...

AMONG the most perplexing of share price performances of 2018 must be that of Glencore. The stock fell 16.8% during the 12 months and...

ANALYSTS acknowledged another strong production performance from Anglo American in the fourth quarter of its 2018 financial year, published today. Apart from the odd blips...

ONE of the consequences of the mining sector’s new-found interest in shareholder returns over endless growth in market share has been a reluctance to embark...

PHOSPHATE mine developer, Kropz, which is completing the Elandsfontein mine near Langebaan north of Cape Town, will need to raise about $80m to $100m...

THE South African government's Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) took the opportunity of a quiet December period to gazette the 'Guideline Regulations' to Mining...

THE reform of Tanzania's mining sector continued apace after the east African country's controversial president, John Magufuli, said the state would take back tracts...

FORMER mining analyst and the current head of listed investments at the Public Investment Corporation (PIC), Fidelis Madavo, has been suspended by the government-owned...

SOUTH Africa declined Zimbabwe’s request to borrow $1.2bn (about R16bn), said Fin24 which republished a Bloomberg News article. The country made the request for a...

IMPALA Platinum's (Implats') mines in Zimbabwe were unaffected by the #Shutdown protest action that rocked Zimbabwe and disrupted economic activity last week, said Business Report which...