Wednesday, August 22, 2018

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...

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...

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...

DETAILS of South Africa's new Mining Charter negotiations are starting to emerge, the latest being those disclosed by the country's deputy mines minister, Godfrey...

SOUTH African mines minister, Gwede Mantashe, said the country's platinum sector was where gold companies found themselves between 1999 to 2002. The price of...

IF Sibanye-Stillwater discovers management at its Driefontein operation was negligent in not evacuating employees out of a seismic-hit mining area, it must surely take action....

I think the decision by Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe to do an “about face” over the High Court ruling on “once empowered,...

THE chit-chat around the water cooler at a recent conference about Zimbabwe mining – called the Harare Indaba – was on the sceptical side. Involving...

YOU have to be an optimist to be a miner and the most diehard optimists in the business right now are those in platinum...

ONE of the reasons why the Chamber of Mines decided to postpone its High Court hearing into Mining Charter 3 and enter into discussions...