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Dunne’s savvy deal lines up Pandora for Northam

I DON'T know what Northam Platinum CEO, Paul Dunne, does over weekends but judging by the deal he’s just done to acquire Eland Platinum...

Sibanye to buy Stillwater for R30bn, plans R10.3bn rights issue

SIBANYE Gold is to buy New York-listed platinum group metal (PGM) producer, Stillwater Mining Company (Stillwater), for $2.2bn in a deal that internationalises the...

Lazarus Zim, a man resurrected

Two years ago, Lazarus Zim went to ground following the collapse of his Afripalm Resources. Today, he's back atop Northam Platinum's latest BEE incarnation.

Sibanye joins platinum big league as RPM deal live from Nov...

SIBANYE Gold's bid for the shafts of Rustenburg Platinum Mines (RPM) would be consummated by November 1 following approval of a change in control...

SA platinum consolidation still on the table for Sibanye’s Froneman

THERE are market whispers that Sibanye Gold’s daring R30bn takeover of Stillwater Mining, a platinum and palladium company in the US, may be Neal...

Sibanye to weigh RPM synergies, but loses Jean Nel who is...

SIBANYE Gold said it would take a few months to assess Rustenburg Platinum Mines (RPM), the 800,000 ounce per year platinum (4E) company over...

Implats appoints Nico Muller as CEO, effective April 2017

IMPALA Platinum (Implats) has appointed former Gold Fields and Royal Bafokeng Platinum executive, Nico Muller, as its new CEO following the resignation of Terence...

NUM joins AMCU in declaring platinum wage talks dispute

WAGE talks in the platinum sector look set to drag on into a third month after the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) today announced...

Miners missing at Implats’ Rustenburg after ‘fall of ground’

TWO employees working at Impala Platinum's (Implats') Rustenburg 1 shaft are reported missing following a fall of ground at the operation this morning (May...

Platinum deficit to narrow for second successive year: WPIC

The global platinum market deficit would narrow for a second successive year but safety stoppages and interruptions stemming from wage negotiations would see South...