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Northam lifts metal output 6.3 percent

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Northam Platinum produced a good operating performance in the year ended June lifting output 6.3%, but warned production in the current year would be lower.

NUM wage deal with Implats on the horizon

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The National Union of Mineworkers says it could sign a new wage deal with Impala Platinum as early as Saturday after ironing out some issues over pension and housing allowances.

Wesizwe Pt plagued by more scuffles

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Shareholders in Wesizwe Platinum squared up to each other again as fallout continues regarding voting rights of the Bakubung-Ba-Ratheo.

Mineworker dies at Lonmin’s Rowland shaft

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The National Union of Mineworkers has reported the death of a mineworker at Lonmin's Rowland shaft outside Rustenburg.

Aquarius, Moolman end four-year dispute

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Aquarius Platinum SA and Moolman Mining, a division of Grinaker LTA, finally close the book on a four-year long legal battle.

Impala talks fail, teeters on strike

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Miners at Impala Platinum, the world's second largest platinum producer, edged towards a strike last night as talks for a 10% pay increase fell apart.

HolGoun is still willing to talk to Lonmin

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The HolGoun Group, whose subsidiary Keysha Investments was awarded a prospecting right over a portion of Lonmin's property in the Bushveld, says has and continues to be willing to find an amicable solution with Lonmin.

Lonmin to fight Keysha, exposure ‘minimal’

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Lonmin is back in full control of its operations but unfinished business includes the dispute with Keysha Investments and what to do about former director Sivi Gounden.

Platmin focus on boosting Q3 perfomance

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Unkind weather, between April and May, and reconstruction of the pinion at the Merensky mill slowed down Platmin's operational perfomance during Q2.

Aquarius swings back into profit

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AQUARIUS Platinum swung to a net profit as higher metal prices outweighed lower output resulting from the temporary closure of the Everest mine.