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Does AMCU have the stomach for another bruiser with Sibanye-Stillwater?

DOES the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) have the stomach for another strike? That's perhaps the most important question ahead of platinum industry...

Anglo right to make plans for defence following Anil Agarwal’s May...

CHOOSING an annual general meeting (AGM) to voice dissatisfaction with the make-up of the board is one way to do things. Another might be...

State Capture Inquiry dishes up Optimum Coal re-run, in all its...

LISTENING to former head of Glencore's South African coal operations, Clinton Ephron, give testimony before the State Capture Inquiry on February 27 felt like...

Mine plans, not warring personalities, to decide Barrick, Newmont takeover tussle

THE nuts and bolts of achieving synergies in Nevada is likely to be the deciding factor in whether shareholders turn down Newmont Mining's bid...

Mathunjwa is fighting for AMCU’s future as reality of a new...

THE strike at Sibanye-Stillwater's gold mines, which was on January 15 extended to its platinum group metal (PGM) mines in Rustenburg, feels like an...

AMCU raises the stakes by using Sibanye-Stillwater to widen its Lonmin...

THE timing of a strike called by the Association of Mineworkers & Construction Union (AMCU) at the premises of Sibanye-Stillwater's West Rand gold assets...

Barrick’s water-treading in Tanzania may be a prelude to a new...

THE political dynamics in Tanzania for Barrick Gold and its 63.9%-owned Acacia Mining couldn't be more sensitive. It's almost palpable. Asked last week to expand on...

Mantashe guilty of wishful thinking if Govt is to buy distressed...

IMPALA Platinum CEO, Nico Muller, hastened to clarify at a company press meeting on September 13 that when he said unprofitable Rustenburg shafts could...

AngloGold’s Dushnisky marks presence in absentia, but questions abound

KELVIN Dushnisky is expected to formally make his first public appearance as CEO of AngloGold Ashanti later this month at the Denver Gold Show,...

South Deep, a story of the big mine that couldn’t

THERE is a story told of how Barrick executives were seen at the 2006 Denver Gold Conference conducting 'running high fives' having earlier in...