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Eastplats subsidiary gets Mareesburg rights

Eastern Platinum says it has been granted a new order mining right for subsidiary Lion's Head Platinum's Mareesburg project.

Aquarius temporarily halts Kroondal

Aquarius Platinum has temporarily suspended its sole operating asset in South Africa, saying that its Kroondal joint venture with Anglo American Platinum will be closed until Sunday.

Platmin to delist until better days return

Platmin, a platinum group metals developer and explorer operating in South Africa, is to delist from Toronto and Johannesburg saying its share was under-valued and poorly traded.

Northam, Num square up over days of mourning

Northam Platinum has sent a written appeal to the National Union of Mineworkers to engage in discussions regarding the deployment of key employees during days of mourning.

Lonmin ‘to account’ for Keysha’s minerals

The South African government has said Lonmin may have to account for minerals sold from land over which empowerment firm, Keysha, now has a prospecting right.

AMCU’s Mathunjwa a pall over Sibanye-Stillwater despite “prudent” R1.7bn share deal

SHARES in Sibanye-Stillwater were under pressure today following a company announcement it had raised R1.7bn by means of a share placement - cash it would...

Implats solves administrative headache with R8bn IRS ‘sale’

IMPALA Platinum (Implats) today provided details of some administrative footwork in which it has sold its downstream processing facilities - Impala Refining Services (IRS)...

Northam to capitalise on surging rhodium price with Eland Pt reopening

NORTHAM Platinum is taking steps to re-open the rhodium-rich Eland Platinum mine that it bought from Glencore two years ago for a bargain price...

Amcu gears up for weekend of protest

The Associated Mineworkers & Construction Union (Amcu) said it had persuaded Amplats workers to return to work but said protests would kick off this weekend.

Zimbabwe tax foment troubles Aquarius Pt

Jean Nel, CEO of Aquarius Platinum, said regulatory uncertainty in Zimbabwe was making it hard to budget and plan the firm's crucial Mimosa operation.