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Impala responds to fatality cover-up claim

Impala Platinum responds to allegations that it is trying to cover up its own culpability in the death of a mine worker in 2006.

Lonmin shares plumb new depths

Lonmin shares have dropped another 20% to levels described as "ridiculous" but there's no indication yet that anyone is looking at bidding for the group.

Lonmin to lose turnaround expert Viljoen

Lonmin suffers a blow as its COO Johan Viljoen resigns less than a year after taking up the challenge of the group's operational turnaround.

Nkwe wins rights back, shares fall

Nkwe Platinum has regained prospecting rights previously set aside by the Constitutional Court, yet its shares fell heavily following a recommencement of trading.

Platinum deficit to be higher in 2015

The deficit in the world platinum market would widen further in 2015 than previously anticipated, said the World Platinum Investment Council.

Wesizwe Platinum seeks unlawful declaration of $70m Maseve deal

AFRICA Wide Mineral & Prospecting Company (Africa Wide), a subsidiary company of Johannesburg-listed Wesizwe Platinum, has taken the unusual step of serving papers on...

Smokey Hills strike halts most operations

Platinum Australia, the Australian exploration firm developing platinum projects in South Africa, reports that strike action at its Smokey Hills mine in SA has halted almost all operations at the mine.

Africa Wide skittles $506m PTM project

PTM stands to lose $260m in project funding and may have to search for a new empowerment partner as Africa Wide delivers the WBJV a serious body-blow.

AMCU comes out swinging at Sibanye’s takeover of Lonmin

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has attacked the proposed takeover of Lonmin by Sibanye-Stillwater threatening the kind of action in conjunction...

Lonmin sinks as restructuring fails to inspire

Pressure on Lonmin's share price continued apace with analysts saying its restructuring would fail to make it cash flow positive without a higher metal price.