Friday , 20 October 2017

Category: Mining & Engineering

Feed Subscription
  • De Beers lays foundation for gender equality

    De Beers lays foundation for gender equality

    By MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG - THE De Beers Group is to invest US$3 million into empowering women in its producer countries. Targeted beneficiaries include women micro-entrepre ...

  • Australia’s Orion Minerals JSE listing confirmed

    Australia’s Orion Minerals JSE listing confirmed

    By AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG  - THE sound of the African kudu horn will echo as the Johannesburg Stock Exchange celebrates the listing of Orion Minerals on the main board on Monday ...

  • Marikana victicms remembered

    Marikana victicms remembered

    by SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG - SOUTH African opposition parties and labour groups are commemorating the fifth anniversary of the massacre of more than 30 miners northwest of the ...

  • Majority concerned at exclusion in property sector

    Majority concerned at exclusion in property sector

    By GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - THE South African Institute for Black Property Owners (SAIBPP)  has advocated for the prioritisation of the inclusive growth and radical ...

Anglo American reveals spend in CSI

Anglo American reveals spend in CSI

GIFT NDOLWANE JOHANNESBURG- ANGLO American, the mining firm, invested more than US$124 million in Corporate Social Investment expenditure in the past year. During the period, Angl ...

Read More »
Platinum miner mourns revenue, life losses

Platinum miner mourns revenue, life losses

by TINTSWALO BALOYI JOHANNESBURG - ROYAL Bafokeng Platinum has announced a substandard set of results for 2015. This was compounded by the loss of five employees during the period ...

Read More »
Cost cutting pays off for AngloGold

Cost cutting pays off for AngloGold

JOHANNESBURG - ANGLOGOLD Ashanti, which has generated free cash flow of $160 million in the fourth quarter, believes its debt-cutting measures are bearing fruit. The Johannesburg- ...

Read More »
Implats closes mine after deadly inferno

Implats closes mine after deadly inferno

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - IMPLATS has closed its Rustenburg mine after an underground fire killed some employees. Four miners died last Friday. Implats’ Chief Executive Officer, ...

Read More »
Mining firms’ encouraging uptake of technology

Mining firms’ encouraging uptake of technology

JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - SAP, the multinational software corporation, is exploring ways of enhancing the growth of the mining industry through technology. In line with that, som ...

Read More »
Latest strike to paralyse SA mining sector

Latest strike to paralyse SA mining sector

By SAVIOUS KWINIKA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) - MINING is set to grind to a halt as 30 000 South African mine workers down their tools amid demands for a salary increment. The worke ...

Read More »
scroll to top