Thursday, September 20, 2018

Chinese firm Wing Hing International says it has acquired 87% of Taung Gold in a multi-billion rand deal.

The National Union of Mineworkers said it was "extremely shocked" by Lonmin's plans to cut up to 3,500 jobs, adding that it would fight the move.

Zimbabwe plans to resume selling diamonds from its controversial Marange fields within days, saying it fully meets the standards required by the body that regulates trade in conflict diamonds.

The blood-letting among Eskom's senior management continued with the departure of its head of group capital, Dan Marokane.

THE first new baseload coal-fired energy in South Africa would only be commissioned by 2028, according to BusinessLive which cited the Department of Energy's...

Government may force the mining sector to participate in beneficiation, at least as far as the supply of raw materials are concerned, according to policy proposals.

The price of iron ore had reached an inflection point and was unlikely to recover, according to a report by Goldman Sachs called 'The end of the Iron Age'.

It's debatable how much Anglo American Platinum can achieve to lessen the blow of its loss-making shafts; the fact is, the company is in some distress.

The Labour Court reserved judgement in an application by the National Union of Mineworkers aimed at preventing a restructuring of Amplats mines.

These are tough times for Terence Goodlace and Impala Platinum where operational change is complicated by the threat of strikes and an unhelpful platinum price.