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Govt urges miners to make a case for coal by investing...

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COAL miners should invest significantly to help find concrete scientific solutions for pollution so that government's defence of the future of coal are not...

Kumba to post hefty fall in profit after turmoil at Transnet...

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KUMBA Iron Ore will report a 38% to 44% decline in headline and basic earnings for its 2022 financial year as lower market prices,...

Seriti signs 20-year wind power deal for coal mines in first...

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SERITI Green, the renewable energy subsidiary of Mike Teke’s unlisted coal group Seriti Resources, has signed a 20 year power purchase agreement for 155MW...

Amplats sells 31% less PGMs in fourth quarter in characteristic end...

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ANGLO American Platinum (Amplats) today reported 883,400 ounces in fourth quarter platinum group metal (PGM) sales - a 31% year-on-year decline that is characteristic...

Buoyant coal to help offset Glencore volume decline – but SA...

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GLENCORE reported lower production in several key commodities for its 2022 financial year, but strong pricing for coal will help offset the volume declines. In...

Grade boost helps Harmony halfway to 1.4-1.5 million oz gold target

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HARMONY Gold said production for the six months ended December would come in between 720,000 and 745,000 ounces putting it on course for full...

Resolute shows signs of recovery after beating 2022 gold output guidance

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RESOLUTE Mining ended its 2022 financial year with gold production of 353,069 ounces, higher than the 345,000 oz it previously targeted. Terry Holohan, CEO of Resolute...

West African Resources alerts market to lower gold from Sanbrado in...

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WEST African Resources targeted gold production of between 210,000 and 230,000 ounces for the 2023 financial year compared to 229,224 oz in output last...

Congo tin miner caps record year with three Canadian cents per...

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THE good times keep flowing at Alphamin, the Toronto and Johannesburg-listed tin miner after the company announced on Monday earnings before tax, interest, depreciation...

Fatalities on SA mines falls to record low in 2022 following...

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FATALITIES on South Africa's mines fell to a record low in 2022 with accidents from falls of ground significantly reduced - a performance the...