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Arrest of Eskom truck driver hints at criminal grip over SA’s...

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THE arrest of a coal truck driver highlights the extent of problems Eskom faces as it seeks to stem corruption it says is costing...

DRC puts mining deal with China under review as targets windfall...

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THE Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is seeking additional investment in infrastructure from China in terms of a review it is conducting with a...

RBM takes dispute over community trust governance to court after negotiations...

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RICHARDS Bay Minerals (RBM) is to take a long-standing dispute over the governance of community trusts it helped create to South Africa's High Court after...

Transnet-type supply disruption the “new normal” for miners, says Anglo CEO

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SUPPLY disruption as seen in the underperformance of mineral deliveries from South Africa was "the new normal", the Financial Mail quoted Anglo American CEO...

Transnet clears 97 coal wagons from “accident” site at Ulundi –...

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TRANSNET said it had cleared wagons from a derailed coal train on its North Corridor route that links coal mines in South Africa's Mpumalanga...

Odds stacked against SA’s junior miners yet some intrepid explorers break...

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SOUTH Africa's junior mining sector is being held back by multiple obstacles including well documented problems with Government policy and implementation. But the country's emerging...

Growth in Zimbabwe mining sector forecast to slow in 2023

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GROWTH in Zimbabwe's mining sector was forecast to slow in 2023 owing to rising costs and chronic electricity shortages, said Reuters. Citing a report by...

BHP apologises for sexual harassment, racism and bullying at mine sites

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BHP has apologised for sexual harassment, racism and bullying at mine sites and pledged more to tackle the problem, reported Bloomberg News. "We are determined...

SA Govt. sets new deadline of February 2023 for much delayed...

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SOUTH Africa’s mining industry will have a new mining cadastral system in place by the end of February 2023 if all goes according to...

Canada orders Chinese companies to divest from critical metal companies

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CHINA has been ordered to divest from three Canadian mining companies owing to concerns over threats to national security, according to a report by...