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    Zim withdraws controversial mining Bill
    Zim withdraws controversial mining Bill
    Zimbabwe's new inclusive government has withdrawn from Parliament the country's controversial mining Bill, which would have forced foreign-owned...
    De Beers cuts workforce by 4 700 this year
    De Beers cuts workforce by 4 700 this year
    Diamond Giant De Beers has cut its global workforce by 23%, or 4 700 positions, this year so far, group managing director Gareth Penny said on...
    Lonmin suspends all opencast operations
    Lonmin suspends all opencast operations
    Lonmin, the world's third-largest platinum producer, on Tuesday said it planned to suspend all its opencast operations from the end of this year as...
    Gold Fields says strike ends, all workers safe
    Gold Fields says strike ends, all workers safe
    Gold Fields, the world's fourth-largest gold producer, on Friday confirmed that the illegal strike at its Beatrix mine near Welkom in the Free...
    Stratton won't return to SA, denies bribing Selebi
    Stratton won't return to SA, denies bribing Selebi
    Australian businessman John Stratton, a one-time director of South African firms JCI and Randgold & Exploration (R&E), is fighting South Africa's...
    Eskom tariff decision quietly postponed
    Eskom tariff decision quietly postponed
    The National Energy Regulator of South Africa (Nersa) has quietly postponed its final decision on Eskom's application for a 53% tariff hike to June...
    Mitsubishi mulls Pebble Bed investment
    Mitsubishi mulls Pebble Bed investment
    Japanese engineering and heavy machinery maker Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is reportedly considering a ¥10-billion (R746,5-million) investment...
    Sasol shareholders okay R25,9bn BEE deal
    Sasol shareholders okay R25,9bn BEE deal
    Petrochemicals giant Sasol on Friday said its shareholders had approved its planned R25,9-billion black economic empowerment (BEE) transaction....
    Replacing petrol pumps to take 'several months'
    Replacing petrol pumps to take 'several months'
    The South African Petroleum Industry Association (Sapia) said the replacement of older petrol pumps, which are unable to reflect a price of more...
    Uranium deal to net Harmony R1,9bn
    Uranium deal to net Harmony R1,9bn
    Harmony Gold Mining will receive a foreign-capital injection equivalent to R1,9-billion once all the conditions precedent in the $420-million...
    SACP threatens mass action over Eskom price hikes
    SACP threatens mass action over Eskom price hikes
    The South African Communist Party (SACP) on Friday threatened to "take to the streets" in protest against South African power utility Eskom's...
    Standard Bank loses $1,2bn Zambian oil-import deal
    Standard Bank loses $1,2bn Zambian oil-import deal
    Zambia has ended negotiations with Standard Bank, Africa's largest bank by assets, to finance a $1,2-billion (R9,7-billion) oil-import deal after...