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Angloplat maintains target, sees market deficit

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Anglo Platinum maintains its full-year production target of 2.5 million oz despite a quarter-on-quarter fall in output. It expects the platinum market to show a deficit this year on the back of strong demand.

GFMS sees firm platinum price

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Gold Fields Mineral Services (GFMS) predicts continued strength in both platinum and palladium prices this year driven by investment demand and economic recovery.

Platinum surges to two-year high

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Platinum surges to a two-year- high on strong auto demand and investor interest.

Platmin bolsters its war chest by $250m

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Platmin bolsters its war chest with $250m as its consolidation plans take shape in the South African platinum sector.

Community faction confronts Wesizwe

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A small group of disgruntled community members march on Wesizwe. Questions are asked if this is merely a desperate diversion tactic in light of a court bid to reveal the whereabouts of some R500m.

Battle heats up for platinum assets

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The acrimonious fight for control of platinum riches belonging to a North West tribe, the Bakubung-Ba-Ratheo, which is the empowerment partner of Wesziwe, is deepening.

Platinum supply side constraints remain: IAM

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Platinum's supply side remains constrained, Investec Asset Management (IAM) says.

AngloPlat’s power house mine

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Anglo Platinum's Mogalakwena open cast mine near Mokopane in Limpopo Province is the group's "jewel in the crown" because of its low operating costs and extremely long economic life.

AngloPlat considers raising output

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Anglo Platinum CEO Neville Nicolau says the group may increase production by up to 200,000oz of platinum this year in response to improving market conditions.

Implats retirees to boost ops

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Impala Platinum has put two former executive stalwarts - ex-CEO John Smithies and former head of Rustenburg operations Paul Visser - back in harness as it strives to improve its Rustenburg operations.