The case involving Thabex, the junior mining and exploration company, and Angel Diamonds has been postponed to October 6, 2010 in the High Court of Lesotho.
First Uranium Corporation temporarily closed its Ezulwini Uranium plant to replace two columns in the Ion Exchange section, following a structural failure on a loading column.
Five large diamonds of 50 carats and above have been discovered at Rockwell's Holpan, Klipdam and Saxendrift mines bringing the total number of plus 50-carat stones discovered in its current fiscal year to eleven.
Lafarge Mining, the company with interests in limestone, has been awarded a Level 3 status in its recent Empower-Logic BBBEE verification, according to the firm.
Anglo American's has confirmed plans to sell Scaw Metals' South African operations as part of a divestment programme are still on the cards.
Resources giant Rio Tinto approved a US$1.6bn investment to develop the Hope Downs 4 iron ore project in Western Australia and link with Rio Tinto's existing rail, power and port infrastructure in the Pilbara.
Shares of Chrometco Ltd tumbled more than 9% to 10 cents after the South African mining exploration group said it would restate its earnings figures for the past three years.
First Quantum Minerals, the Canadian mining company, has postponed its plans to halt copper production at the Bwana Mkubwa processing plant in Zambia to September.
African Rainbow Minerals, the diversified mining company, and its joint venture partner Vale SA have released the Konkola North Copper in Zambia.
Dominic Ntsele, the former friend of mining magnate Brett Kebble, testified at the Johannesburg High Court stating that the former JCI boss seemed in a good mood on the night he was killed.