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Harmony reports fatality at Kusasalethu in “engineering related incident”

HARMONY Gold said an employee was killed at the firm's Kusasalethu mine near Carletonville, west of Johannesburg in an "engineering-related incident" on Tuesday. "We are...

Sibanye-Stillwater confirms employee shot dead in “brutal attack” by ‘zama-zamas’

SIBANYE-Stillwater confirmed an employee was shot dead on Monday (June 6) during an attack by "armed individuals" first reported by Daily Maverick which said...

Transnet failure to get beyond 60Mt in coal exports will cost...

INTERESTING arithmatic by RMB Morgan Stanley has highlighted the opportunity cost to the South African fiscus as a result of Transnet's difficulties operating its coal...

Sibanye-Stillwater three month gold strike saw workers “lose out badly”, says...

UNIONS and their members "lost out badly" for sustaining a strike at Sibanye-Stillwater's gold mines for three months, said BusinessLive citing the views of...

Gold Fields’ Griffith buys R3m in shares as scepticism over Yamana...

GOLD Fields CEO Chris Griffith bought R3m worth of shares in the company as critical attention of its proposed $6.7bn takeover of Canada's Yamana...

MC Mining’s new installed management says Makhado coal project to be...

MC Mining said today it had secured a R60m standby loan facility with one of its shareholders Denocept Proprietary with some of the funds...

Implats adds name to mining firms taking secondary listings on A2X

IMPALA Platinum (Implats) is the latest of South Africa's mining companies to take a listing on A2X Markets, according to an announcement today. The platinum...

Nelson to list Copper360 on Altx in October following reverse takeover...

INVESTORS on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) will get a rare thing in October - a copper production company when former gold executive Jan...

Strike called off at Sibanye-Stillwater after 6.3% wage lift over three...

A STRIKE at Sibanye-Stillwater's gold mines has been called off after unions were mandated by employees to end the three-month action. This followed a process...

Zimbabwe Darwendale PGM project struggling to attract backing

THE development of Darwendale, one of Zimbabwe's largest platinum group metal (PGM) prospects, has been thrown into doubt as lenders don't want to be...