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...
Restructuring at Lonmin is a consequence of its wage deal, a short-term palliative that only delayed some difficult challenges for the company.
Jan de Lange explains why mining companies will have to start paying attention to communities.
ONE of the more chilling moments of the past year was sitting among press at the Joburg Indaba conference in October listening to the...
Amplats has suggested listing its Rustenburg assets if it can't get a good price which makes it a specially interested spectator of BHP Billiton's demerger plans.
There are more than a few investors who have long regarded platinum as the "default option" when it comes to investing in South African mining stocks. This trader begs to differ.
KELVIN Dushnisky is expected to formally make his first public appearance as CEO of AngloGold Ashanti later this month at the Denver Gold Show,...
Faced with a potentially disastrous impasse, mines minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi and his industry put the mining charter to legal test.
Not all of South Africa’s precious metal companies are collapsing in a heap. Those with assets in a single postcode are doing better in the current market.
Not for the first time, Eskom's interim CEO, Brian Molefe, has proved himself completely out of touch with the utility's problems, writes Brendan Ryan.