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SA power cuts to ease as Gordhan suggests long-term energy outlook...

POWER cuts would ease in South Africa over the weekend and the long-term outlook for the country's energy security was improving, said Bloomberg News...

Factors behind latest spate of fatalities is hardest nut of all...

THE deterioration in safety performance on South Africa's mines in the second half of the year must be particularly concerning to the Minerals Council. That's...

Investors unmoved by Goviex Niger project despite fears over uranium supply...

GOVIEX trimmed the pre-production costs of its proposed Madaouela uranium mine in a feasibility study this week but the market didn't respond marking the...

WPIC appoints head of research Trevor Raymond as new CEO, effective...

THE World Platinum Investment Council (WPIC) said today it would appoint Trevor Raymond, currently head of the organisation's research, as its new CEO following...

Thungela Resources agrees to amend trust so bonanza coal price flows...

THUNGELA Resources said it had signed a three-year wage agreement with the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM), the majority union at its mines, locking...

Griffith draws comfort from investors ahead of October’s Yamana takeover vote

GOLD Fields CEO, Chris Griffith said he drew comfort ahead of an important vote on the firm's proposed takeover of Yamana Gold next month...

Mark Willcox, dealmaker behind Tokyo Sexwale’s once burgeoning mining empire, dies

MARK Willcox, the former CEO of Mvelaphanda Holdings and right hand man to Tokyo Sexwale, has died. Willcox, who had been contending with ill...

Botswana’s Minergy forecasts maiden profit as coal price gain opens up...

BOTSWANA thermal coal producer Minergy is looking to a maiden operating profit in the current financial year as offshore markets previously closed to it...

Gemfields set for fresh record emerald sales from Zambia mine Kagem

GEMFIELDS confirmed it was set for best ever emerald sales from its Zambia mine, Kagem following nearly three weeks of auctions from August to...

Eskom lays out plans for 1,000MW private power purchases with first...

ESKOM, the South African power utility, today set out plans to buy 1,000MW in private supply with the first contract to be signed this...