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Zimbabwe says Kuvimba stake given to help compensate evicted white farmers

THE Zimbabwean government was handed a stake in Kuvimba Mining House in order to pay compensation to white farms, said Bloomberg News citing an...

In Africa, it takes more than a weeklong, quasi-coup to knock...

SOUTH African mining companies say their investment case has been battered by the violent looting in KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng provinces between July 12 and...

SA port backlogs clearing but NATCOR line remains constrained says Transnet

TRANSNET, the state-owned freight and logistics company, said operations at the Durban and Richards Bay ports were being restored, but violent protests and looting...

Freight lines, coal logistics under threat as attacks tear through SA’s...

VIOLENT attacks on retail centres, industrial assets, and infrastructure in KwaZulu-Natal province in South Africa could cripple the country's freight logistics, said BusinessLive citing...

Kenmare posts Q2 recovery as heavy mineral demand rises amid supply...

KENMARE Resources produced record heavy minerals in the second quarter amid continued improvements in the demand, especially zircon for which orders were higher than...

Chaos engulfing SA will have “lasting impact” in discouraging investment says...

THE violence and looting of retail centres and industrial assets in South Africa over the past three days would result in lasting damage to the...

RBM to remain closed as “fundamental milestones” were yet to be...

RICHARDS Bay Minerals (RBM) would not reopen on Monday as previously reported because the safety of employees had not yet been guaranteed. In the statement,...

RBM to re-open after Rio Tinto’s Stausholm holds crisis meeting with...

RICHARDS Bay Minerals (RBM) is to resume operations on Monday following a crisis meeting between South African president Cyril Ramaphosa and Jakob Stausholm, CEO...

Gemfields to post robust interim revenue but is unaware of force...

GEMFIELDS, the London- and Johannesburg-listed ruby and emerald mining and marketing firm, said it expected "robust" interim numbers but it could not shed light...

Mining fatalities in SA causing concern with Covid-19 disruption a factor,...

COVID-19 disruption was a factor in mine fatalities this year which the Minerals Council said today totalled 32 to date compared to 24 at...