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Sep 22, 2008
Gold producer DRDGold would make representations to the Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) this Thursday, following a fatal accident at its East Rand Proprietary Mine, on Friday September 19, in which two workers died. The bodies of the dead miners were found...
Sep 19, 2008
A number of mineworkers from three different mining operations had died during the past two days, the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) spokesperson Lesiba Seshoka confirmed on Friday. Seshoka said during a telephonic interview that three miners had died at gold...
Sep 17, 2008
Impala Platinum (Implats) confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that a mineworker had died at its Rustenburg mine, as a result of an accident involving one of the battery operated locomotives in an underground development area of the mine. The National Union of...
Sep 16, 2008
Anglo Platinum’s (Angloplat’s) Amandelbult mine, near Rustenburg, remained shut on Tuesday, following a transport derailment fatality on Monday in which one worker died. Spokesperson Simon Tebele said that a full investigation was under way, and the mine would hold...
Sep 16, 2008
Aug 27, 2008
World number-one platinum-miner Anglo Platinum said on Wednesday that government had lifted its nearly ten-day suspension of drilling and blasting at the Amandelbult mine, northwest of Johannesburg. "The suspension has been lifted, and drilling and blasting has...
Aug 22, 2008
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May 19, 2008
The platinum market was expected to remain in a deficit in 2008, after it swung into a deficit of 480 000 oz in 2007, precious metals consultancy firm Johnson Matthey said on Monday. In its latest report, the company said that sustained industrial and automotive...
Apr 29, 2008
Apr 29, 2008
World number-one platinum producer Anglo Platinum's refined platinum output fell by 24% in the first quarter of 2008, after electricity constraints in South Africa forced the mining industry to reduce consumption in January and February. Output for the three...
Apr 29, 2008
The world's second-largest diversified miner, Anglo American, said on Tuesday that its first-quarter output, particularly platinum group metals and coal output, had been curbed by South Africa's electricity constraints and adverse weather conditions. The...
Apr 22, 2008
A portfolio manager at financial institution Investec said on Tuesday that the platinum price was expected to close this year at levels above $2 400/oz, in an "enormously tight" market. Investec's forecasts were that there would be a supply deficit of...
Apr 07, 2008
State-owned power producer Eskom needs more pressure to provide industry with clarity concerning South Africa's power crisis an official at world number-one platinum producer Anglo Platinum (Angloplat) said on Monday. This came after government announced that...
Jan 28, 2008
It is a grim irony that world number-one platinum producer Anglo Platinum (Angloplat) confirmed on Monday the death of a worker at its Amandelbult mine earlier in the day, when staff had been only sent underground to "secure assets and maintain the safety of...
Jan 23, 2008
Platinum giant Anglo Platinum (Angloplat) said on Wednesday that a major storm had affected operations at its Amandelbult mine, resulting in several underground working areas being immersed by flood-water.
Feb 24, 2006
With 2007 earmarked as the year in which electricity demand outstrips supply, both government and its parastatal power-utility Eskom has been on a drive to promote energy efficiency as well as accelerate energy
Sep 06, 2004
Many South African export-oriented businesses whose earnings have taken a knock from the rampant rand in the last two years must be keeping their fingers crossed that the currency continues to slide as a result of last month's 0,5% interest-rate cut and that a...
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