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May 11, 2011
May 09, 2011
The South African mining industry is facing “a very serious” threat from silicosis claims that could result in implied damage of $100-billion, says RBC Capital Markets equity research unit. RBC analyst Leon Esterhuizen and associate analysts Arnold van Graan and...
Mar 24, 2011
South African gold-miner Harmony Gold may become a takeover target on the back of the outstanding exploration results seen at the Wafi-Golpu deposit in Papua New Guinea (PNG), RBC Capital Markets said in a report on Thursday. Analysts Leon Esterhuizen and Arnold van...
Jan 26, 2009
South African gold shares were poised to outdo platinum shares in the first half of 2009, Royal Bank of Canada Europe analysts Leon Esterhuizen, Arnold van Graan and Yuen Low said on Monday. In an 11-page analysis, the analysts identified a clear leaning towards...
Sep 15, 2008
Shallow Booysendal had the potential to be the next Impala Rustenburg and might replace Impala Platinum’s (Implats') deep Leeuwkop project, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) analysts said on Monday. RBC Europe analyst Leon Esterhuizen, with associates Arnold van Graan...
 
 
 
 
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