Monday , 22 April 2019

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  • Miners union warns of another ‘Marikana’

    Miners union warns of another ‘Marikana’

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - THE Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) is wary of armed intruders accessing mines were its members work. AMCU has documented ...

  • Bumpy ride forecast in crucial week for SA econom

    Bumpy ride forecast in crucial week for SA econom

    by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - ANALYSTS are wary of one of the most critical weeks in the South African economic calendar culminating in downgrades by international rating agencies ...

  • Gas findings a game changer for South African economy

    Gas findings a game changer for South African economy

    by AKANI CHAUKE  JOHANNESBURG - THE recent discovery of gas off the southern coast of South Africa is seen as a great step for the country which still relies on imports of oil and ...

  • Labour body resists splitting of Eskom

    Labour body resists splitting of Eskom

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - THERE are differences within South Africa’s  tripartite alliance following the announcement by President Cyril  Ramaphosa of plans to privatise st ...

Tech revolution changing face of iron ore mining

Tech revolution changing face of iron ore mining

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG - AN investment of R500 million (US$42,8 million) in technology by Kumba Iron Ore, Africa’s largest producer of the mineral, is paying dividends. The ...

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Political deadlock grounds SA mining sector

Political deadlock grounds SA mining sector

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG  - THE mining industry in South Africa, the continent’s most advanced economy, is bearing the brunt of policy uncertainty and the prevailing politi ...

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ACF injects $220 million to Zimbabwe chrome mining

ACF injects $220 million to Zimbabwe chrome mining

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Cape Town, South Africa CAPE TOWN, (CAJ News) - AFRICAN Chrome Fields (ACF), a key investor in Zimbabwe’s mining industry, has spent over US$220 million i ...

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Zimbabwe mineral industry ripe for investments

Zimbabwe mineral industry ripe for investments

from MTHULISI SIBANDA in Cape Town, South Africa CAPE TOWN - INTERNATIONAL investors have been encouraged to make the most of Zimbabwe’s endowment with mineral resources and moves ...

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AMG well financed ahead of Zimbabwe expansion

AMG well financed ahead of Zimbabwe expansion

JOHANNESBURG - THE African Medallion Group’s (AMG) has announced that its gold reserves have surpassed the R1 billion (US$83,9 million) mark, making it an attractive buy for gold ...

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Kidnapped South African pair rescued in Nigeria

Kidnapped South African pair rescued in Nigeria

ABUJA - NIGERIAN police have rescued two South African nationals kidnapped north of the country recently. The two males Thomas Arnold Pearce and Hendrik Gideon Smith were kidnappe ...

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Rand excited to see the back of tainted Zuma

Rand excited to see the back of tainted Zuma

JOHANNESBURG - THE volatile South African currency, the Rand, is forecast to strengthen against major currencies if the ruling African National Congress (ANC) succeeds in its plan ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Migrants put extra festive shift to tackle January Disease

EXCLUSIVE: Migrants put extra festive shift to tackle January Disease

JOHANNESBURG - CAUGHT on the proverbial horns of a dilemma, many foreign nationals in South Africa have forgone the temptation of visiting their home countries, instead opting to ...

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Mining industry welcomes new Zimbabwe regime

Mining industry welcomes new Zimbabwe regime

CAPE TOWN - ORGANISERS of the annual African Mining Indaba are hopeful of progress in Zimbabwe’s mining sector under the new regime of President Emmerson Mnangagwa. The veteran po ...

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AMG’s gold reserves to hit R1 billion mark

AMG’s gold reserves to hit R1 billion mark

JOHANNESBURG - THE African Medallion Group’s (AMG’s) gold reserves are set to double to R1 billion (US$78,5 million) in early 2018 after impressive developments at the South Afric ...

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