Platinum

RBPlat sees Styldrift’s first output by 2015

Royal Bafokeng Platinum expects to have first production at its Styldrift 1 project in the second quarter of 2015.

Northam will withstand prolonged NUM strike

Revenue losses from the strike at Northam's Zondereinde mine now were at R200m, but the firm was robust enough to withstand a prolonged strike.

SA platinum firms generating cash, but it’s not (yet) going into...

SOUTH African mining companies generated 100% more free cash flow in the 12-months to end-June 2019 than in the previous 12-months, according to the...

Everyone in platinum ‘is now making money’

There’s a short-term benefit flowing through to the platinum sector, ironically owing to the undoubtedly long-term negatives attached to the strike action.

Zimplats suffers revenue drop

Impala Platinum's Zimbabwe unit, Zimplats, said on Wednesday its revenue had dipped 5% dip in the third quarter due to lower metal prices and sales volumes.

Northam tipped to attract claw-back buyers

Despite its strike troubles Northam Platinum is expected to attract buyers to its R600m claw-back offer although the stake eventually held by Coronation will be interesting.

Implats opens talks with “parties” for sale of Rustenburg shaft earmarked...

IMPALA Platinum (Implats) had "engaged" with parties interested in buying a shaft at the firm's Rustenburg operations part of which has been identified for...

Interruption to smelting at Northam’s Zondereinde

Northam Platinum says its smelting operations at the Zondereinde mine have been suspended.

Lonmin makes final bow with cash up, but future as standalone...

PUBLISHING its final results for possibly the last time, Lonmin turned in a $1bn turnaround in operating profit for its 2018 financial year following...

Aquarius: Kroondal is safe, for now

Aquarius Platinum’s Kroondal mine can withstand a further fall in PGM prices and is unlikely to be placed under care and maintenance, says CEO Stuart Murray.