Despite tough times of late for South Africa's platinum sector the Public Investment Corporation is betting on the precious metals' comeback.
The gold miner is interested in buying troubled platinum operations but has found Anglo American to be moving at a slower-than-anticipated pace.
The platinum mining giant was able to fulfill its contracts despite a devastating five-month long strike which wiped out its profits.
Ahead of the release of its full earning report, Anglo American Platinum said it expects it finances were adversely affected by industrial action.
Pay cheques are in but many business owners will struggle to recover from the five-month platinum mine wage dispute.
Following a report that Ngoako Ramatlhodi holds a stake in Amplats's BEE partner, the minister says he is busy resigning from his mining interests.
Retrenchments in the platinum mining sector are now all but inevitable, say labour experts.
Miners returning to work received food parcels, health supplements and transport relief, but will have to undergo medicals and retraining.
The Amcu leader's speech to members at the end of the historic strike became an exercise in obfuscation, omission and, at times, pure fabrication.
The trade union says Amcu's latest counter proposal on behalf of mineworkers borders on negotiating in bad faith and "defeating the ends of justice".
The president is under pressure to buoy investor confidence with his State of the Nation Address amid a credit-rating downgrade and ongoing strike.
Striking miners are getting state help – but only if they are early, and South African.
Does Gwede Mantashe expect us to believe that four people are solely responsible for the longest, most bitter strike in South Africa's history?
An orderly restructuring of the platinum industry is essential after the longest strike in our history, writes Gilad Isaacs.
Platinum stockpiles and a market surplus mean the mineworker strike is almost convenient for the mining companies.
SA's new mining minister will sit down with company and union officials in a last-ditch attempt to end the platinum sector's long-running strike.
A new report says platinum mines could have afforded to pay workers more.
Strike talks between government, platinum miners and Amcu are due to resume after reports the mineworkers' union rejected a pay offer by government.
A chemicals and precious metals multinational says excess supply means platinum miners are suffering more from the work stoppage than buyers are.