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NUM welcomes crime prevention unit as AMCU’s Sibanye-Stillwater strike rolls on

THE National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said it welcomed an increased police presence in communities affected by a strike at the premises of Sibanye-Stillwater...

West African Resources on track for 200k oz/y from Burkina Faso’s...

WEST African Resources, a Sydney- and Toronto-listed gold development firm, said it was on track to produce in excess of 200,000 ounces a year...

Barrick’s Thornton heartened by DRC president Tshisekedi’s call for investment

BARRICK Gold was "encouraged" by Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) president, Felix Tshisekedi's speech during a state visit to the United States in which...

Botswana copperbelt has potential to take MOD Resources to mid-tier status

MOD Resources could one day produce double the copper scoped in a recent feasibility study - up to 60,000 tonnes annually - said the firm's...

De Beers pleased with US directive on marketing laboratory-grown diamonds

DE Beers, the diamond miner and marketer 85%-owned by Anglo American, said it was pleased with a notice issued by US Federal Trade Commission asking...

Uganda to breathe new life in copper mine last operated during...

UGANDA is hoping to re-open a copper mine last operated in the Seventies under the leadership of dictator, Idi Amin Dada, said Reuters citing Evelyn...

Northam Platinum’s ‘can of worms’ could be a master-stroke

NORTHAM Platinum is opening a new can of worms at the Eland mine near Brits that has the potential to revolutionise drilling. Partnering with Master...

Jubilee Metals confident it can continue new-found winning streak

JUBILEE Metals was confident it would maintain profit-making after producing bottom line interim success ended December 31, said BusinessLive citing the company. Jubilee would lift...

Gemfields left hanging on the telephone after dissenting shareholders perform no-show

OBJECTIONS to remuneration pay is obviously a governance issue that companies have to take seriously. However, there are instances when shareholders can push the...

Kumba shares scale fresh heights as cyclone-hit BHP trims iron ore...

THE impact of Cyclone Veronica on Australian iron ore production and previously known stoppages at Vale, the Brazilian producer, helped send the share price...