Monday , 19 February 2018

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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 politic ...

  • 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 in ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 i ...

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 ...

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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 ...

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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- ...

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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, ...

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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 ...

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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 ...

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