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SA coal exporters warn of KZN protests as campaign blames them...

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SOUTH African coal producers raised concerns today that protests could disrupt exports following a social media campaign blaming them for Eskom's loadshedding. The Minerals Council...

Horgan says Centamin share rerating is a platform for deals but...

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CENTAMIN CEO Martin Horgan said a rerating in the company's share price had created a platform for mergers and acquisitions, but he added that deals...

Kenmare says extension of Moma titanium mine to cost minimum of...

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KENMARE Resources said an extension of its Moma titanium mine in Mozambique would require a capital outlay of not less $225m. Commenting in a fourth...

Govex opts to sell Falea project to African Energy Metals for...

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GOVIEX has sold its Falea project in Mali to African Energy Metals (AEM) for $5.5m in cash and shares, the Toronto-listed uranium developer said...

Shanta’s Zurrin says 2023 is the year of “serious growth” for...

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SHANTA Gold missed annual gold production guidance by 4% in the 12 months ended December, but CEO Eric Zurrin said in a fourth quarter...

SA mining sector suffers 9% decline in November production amid legion...

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LOADSHEDDING weighed heavily South African mining in November as production from the critical sector fell for the tenth consecutive month, said BusinessLive. Citing StatsSA data,...

Williamson to foot repair of broken tailings wall as Petra sees...

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PETRA Diamonds CEO Richard Duffy said the company was confident proceeds from the sale of a previously embargoed diamond parcel would contribute towards the...

SA Govt says privately owned power plants will help ease loadshedding...

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THE South African government said it expected power outages to ease later this year once a raft of measures it intended to implement took...

Merafe says 5% ferrochrome output decline despite Q4 Eskom loadshedding

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MERAFE Resources on Monday reported attributable ferrochrome production of 97,000 tons for the fourth quarter representing a five percent year-on-year decline. This takes full year...

Centamin given green light to appeal 2011 challenge to Sukari Concession...

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CENTAMIN, the UK listed gold producer, said today it would resume an appeal against the loss of a concession agreement that had been challenged...