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Jul 03, 2015
Strong calls were made at high level this week for government and business to work together to end the current stagnation of the South African economy. South Africans and Americans are working together brilliantly to boost the local content of locomotives....
Jul 02, 2015
The rejection of a still-workable mine water and slimes dam plan at the stricken Grootvlei gold mine on Gauteng’s East Rand deprived 7 000 squatter camp dwellers of employment and set the mine on its downward trajectory, which has arguably ended up as the harshest...
Jul 01, 2015
The time had come for the private sector to start making it clear that it wished to work with government to simplify mining policy and collaborate towards less regulation and greater implementation. “Step up and get involved in providing meaningful information and...
Jun 30, 2015
Resource development strategist Dr Paul Jourdan this week called for the local manufacture of mechanised mining equipment to neutralise job losses during the switch to machines. The former Mintek president says that even though mechanisation “massively” increases the...
Jun 29, 2015
The time had come for government and business to find ways and means of working together to end South Africa’s current economic stagflation crisis, United Nations Commission for Africa (UNCA) mineral value chain lead consultant, anti-apartheid struggle veteran and...
Jun 25, 2015
The Farlam Commission of Inquiry into the Marikana massacre has found against platinum-mining company Lonmin on five counts and has urged the Department of Mineral Resources to compel the London-listed company to provide housing for mineworkers in what arguably ranks...
Jun 24, 2015
Coal mining company Keaton Energy, which described as “disastrous” its performance in the three months to March 31, confirmed on Wednesday that one criminal charge had already been laid and several others were pending over the alleged theft of R24.7-million worth of...
Jun 23, 2015
Coal mining and trading company Wescoal, which suffered lower profitability in the three months to March 31 on the drying up of long-term Eskom contracts, has committed to being more than 50% owned by black shareholders before December 2016 to qualify for long-term...
Jun 22, 2015
The sustainability of South Africa’s hard-pressed gold-mining industry is expected to be at the heart of the industry’s crucial set of wage talks that began in Boksburg on Monday. The five gold-mining companies concerned are expected to ask their 120 000 employees to...
Jun 19, 2015
The offer of compromise for the acquisition of the provisionally liquidated Boseto copper operation in northwest Botswana has been accepted by creditors. The offer for Discovery Copper Botswana, the owner of Boseto, was made by Botswana’s Cupric Canyon Capital, whose...
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