Platinum

Amplats pays R900m dividend as five-year strategy bears fruit

ANGLO American Platinum (Amplats) placed the cherry atop its painful five-year restructuring strategy by paying a R900m dividend - equal to R3.49/share - a...

Kasukuwere lashes out at talkative Brown

Saviour Kasukuwere, minister for Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment has said he is 'sick and tired' of Impala CEO David Brown's 'delaying tactics'.

Resurgent Lonmin sets out brave new world

An Esop; centralised bargaining; and more inclusive union recognition are some of the steps Lonmin is taking to recover - a statement of intent the market applauded.

PTM to miss mid-2015 platinum sale target

The good news is that Platinum Group Metals has been thrown a lifeline by a syndicate of banks that will attempt to raise $195m for the WBJV Project 1.

Aquarius suspends output at Marikana

Aquarius Platinum has suspended production at its Marikana mine following the death of five miners contracted through Murray & Roberts.

Village looks for Lesego partner

Village Main Reef says it is looking for a partner to advance its sole platinum asset as a pre-feasibility study shows a possible return rate of 18% for the asset.

Northam buys back R403m in Zambezi Platinum prefs as cash floods...

FURTHER evidence that South Africa's platinum group metals (PGMs) sector was enjoying the benefits of positive cash flow was demonstrated by Northam Platinum which...

Zimplats Q1 output down

Zimplats says metal production has fallen 13% during the September-quarter, but the company is on track to submit a revised local ownership plan in November.

Implats wins time on Rustenburg restructure as PGM basket turns shafts...

IMPALA Platinum (Implats) delivered the expected turnaround in interim numbers for its 2019 financial year and said the market for platinum group metals (PGMs)...

Wesizwe says PTM project ‘below criteria’

Wesizwe Platinum gives a brief explanation for its decision not to fund its portion of PTM's Western Bushveld Joint Venture, adding its Bakubung project was "well funded".