ArcelorMittal SA has emerged the apparent winner in the North Gauteng High Court case over a disputed mineral right in Sishen Iron Ore. As for the other parties, some believe this is only round one.
SA's platinum sector will be back to strikes as AMCU makes its move in this most decisive of times for the union. But who can win this high-stakes 'game' of poker'?
What lies at the heart of Bobby Godsell's departure from Eskom and the spat around whether Jacob Maroga stay on as CEO? Jan de Lange takes a look.
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...
Rio Tinto CEO, Sam Walsh, is probably the most austere of the austerity CEOs. So why has he sanctioned a $20bn outlay in Guinea?
Since setting about developing Burnstone mine, Great Basin Gold’s shares in issue have more than doubled, while the share price lost more than 78% in value.
Glencore believes its South African following is gathering pace while the interim results show the company has the basis of a portfolio differentiator.
AngloGold Ashanti has taken the knife to the hedge book in the hope the market will respond by supporting the share. But what if that doesn't happen? What then for the SA gold assets?
The spate of equity financings in the South Africa coal market provides evidence that loan finance for new ventures is increasingly difficult to secure.
Last week was one of the worst for SA mining's international reputation as the industry was mired in shameful in-fighting, claims of political cronyism, and widespread deeds of commercial cheating.