Amelia Soares

 
SA mines make slow progress in restarting
SA mines make slow progress in restarting
South African mines made slow progress in bringing back production on Friday after Eskom allowed them to make only limited increases to their...
Thousands down tools over mine safety
Thousands down tools over mine safety
Thousands of mineworkers took to the streets of central Johannesburg on Tuesday, urging industry bosses to beef up safety in South African...
Goldminers face grim wait for rescue
Goldminers face grim wait for rescue
Almost 600 miners of the 3 200 trapped underground have been rescued from Harmony Gold's Elandsrand mine on Thursday morning, a union official...
Power crisis halts SA mines for a second day
Power crisis halts SA mines for a second day
A power shortage halted production in South Africa's lucrative mining sector for a second day on Saturday, and mining company officials said they...
Mines wake to power 'nightmare'
Mines wake to power 'nightmare'
The "nightmare" of South Africa's major gold, platinum and diamond mines shutting down because of power failures became a reality on Friday.
NUM strike takes off, cuts output
NUM strike takes off, cuts output
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) launched a one-day national strike on Tuesday to protest against deaths in the country's mines, disrupting...
NUM starts national safety strike
NUM starts national safety strike
The National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) launched a one-day national strike on Tuesday to protest against deaths in the country's mines, disrupting...
Harmony makes a run for it
Harmony makes a run for it
Athletes have become the first casualty of mining company Harmony's drastic drive to cut its soaring costs. The company has decided to rid itself...

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