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Jul 27, 2015
It is not an easy time to be starting a mine but fortunately zinc is now in fashion because it has been unloved for so long, Vedanta CEO Tom Albanese said on Monday at the first blast of the $630-million Gamsberg zinc project in the Northern Cape. Groundbreaking at...
Jul 24, 2015
The low iron-ore price is killing South African jobs. The world’s biggest platinum miner is taking steps to be 100% mechanised. World-class indigenous glider aircraft are being locally manufactured in unlikely Potchefstroom.
Jul 23, 2015
Platinum marketing money previously devoted largely to discounts and commissions is now being used to boost platinum jewellery, investment and fuel cell promotion, says Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) CEO Chris Griffith. Bridal platinum jewellery demand is growing...
Jul 23, 2015
Technical fundi Tony O’Neill, who put his imprimatur on game-changing technology during his short spell in South Africa, has been appointed with immediate effect to the board of Anglo American as an executive director, less than two years after taking over the...
Jul 22, 2015
The recently published South African Code for the Reporting of Oil and Gas (Samog) is fully aligned to the oil and gas reporting standards used globally. South African Oil and Gas Committee chairperson Andy Clay and Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) GM corporate...
Jul 21, 2015
Allegations that female employees were being targeted for retrenchment at Optimum colliery were baseless, Glencore said on Wednesday. Female employees make up 15% of the total affected employees.
Jul 21, 2015
South African iron-ore major Kumba Iron Ore has taken the knife to 1 772 jobs as low iron-ore prices cut a swathe through the industry. Out of a previous complement of 572, only 221 permanent and fixed-term employees remained at head office, with the 351 head office...
Jul 21, 2015
The earnings of South African iron-ore major Kumba plummeted in the six months to June 30 accompanied by a shattering of the iron-ore price, the closing of Thabazimbi mine, a rejigging of the remaining mines and a decision not to declare an interim dividend in a...
Jul 20, 2015
Most of the platinum ounces produced by the world’s biggest platinum company in the next ten years would come from mechanised mining, Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) CEO Chris Griffith said on Monday. Delivering a strong set of results for the six months to June 30...
Jul 20, 2015
Platinum mining company Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), which had all of its mines operating at a cash positive level in the six months to June 30, will continue to manage its operations for the low platinum price environment caused by global macroeconomic factors...
 
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