A court battle looms over new regulations for the sector that will require testing and approval of all products.
An unusual intellectual property law case has kicked off in the Cape Town High Court.
The composition of the Judicial Service Commission is in the spotlight with the appointment of new MPs to its ranks.
Outgoing UN rights champion lays bare hostility to peacemakers.
Job creation has been too slow and focused on skilled workers to make a significant dent in either unemployment or equity, writes Enoch Godongwana.
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The level of beneficiation in South Africa is low despite the country leading in platinum group metals production
Government leaders and mining bosses at conference try to find solutions to a multitude of challenges
Changes to how companies operate are the only way the industry will survive, conference hears