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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...

Add women in mining to agenda of DMR’s Safety Summit next...

THE safety of women working in mining - especially underground mines - ought to be added to the list of important items to discuss...

Govt. must heed lesson of Implats restructure as Charter talks toil

AFTER years resisting restructuring its cash-hungry Rustenburg shafts, Impala Platinum (Implats), under the guidance of CEO, Nico Muller, has resolved there's no time like...

Anglo’s ‘balance’ argument on returns informed by project pipeline

INVESTORS were a little sniffy about Anglo American's reticence to go over and above its stated dividend policy of paying out 40% of earnings. The frustration...

What Eskom can do to give momentum to its reinvention

THERE is a bit of impatience about regarding the pace at which South African president, Cyril Ramaphosa, is working to restore the country's economic...

US risked Chinese battery monopoly had Gertler dispute escalated

GLENCORE'S workaround the US sanctions placed on Dan Gertler, the Congo's mining tycoon, was a remarkable piece of pragmatism on behalf of the Swiss...