Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Third par corrected to read 111,795 instead of previously stated 117,795. IN the eyes of many, the South African gold mining industry has had its day....

NAMIBIA, Angola and Zimbabwe have changed their mining legislation recently in an effort to attract and incentivise new investments in the sector. These changes are...

IN a New Year’s message, Chamber of Mines CEO, Roger Baxter, said the Chamber had made progress in the battle against corruption and unethical...

IN a High Court decision handed down on 3 October 2017, Justice Meyer found in favour of the taxpayer, United Manganese of Kalahari Proprietary...

The South African government is able to restrict water supply to mining companies during drought even if firms hold an integrated water use licence.

The world needs a uniform emissions standard, such as Euro 6, so that developing nations have access to the clean air enjoyed in Davos.

Platinum group metals have a vibrant, healthy future that far outweighs the current stresses in the market, argues Chamber of Mines CEO, Roger Baxter.

It's a well established fact that well run companies with good orebodies and that can budget sensibly will reap the rewards when the market returns to health.

Mining firms have no option but to lock their black partners into BEE structures which in turn limits the scope for real empowerment.

The potential knock-on effects of seeking legal clarity on aspects of the mining charter could result in protracted delays, rejoinders and sector uncertainty.