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Mining Yearbook 2019

SA unlikely to see new mines whilst Mining Charter III stays...

IF the third version of the Mining Charter is as investor-friendly as mines and energy minister, Gwede Mantashe, claims it is, where is the...

Unions remain sceptical as SA Govt. plans to unplug Eskom from...

What we know about Eskom, amid the endless murk, is that the existential inquiry needs to be replaced by drastic action, writes CHARLOTTE MATHEWS. Drastic...

Mining leaders say industry is facing “existential threat” as investment dollars...

In its annual survey, Mine, consultant PwC said the world’s mining industry had to think more seriously about 'brand' especially in respect of 'contemporary...

Inter-union rivalry at the root of the Marikana Massacre was masked...

IT'S complex. Ask Ben Magara, the former CEO of Lonmin about the Marikana massacre, in which 44 miners lost their lives in the course of...