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Lily Mine battles to pay workers’ wages, let alone compensation
Lily Mine battles to pay workers’ wages, let alone compensation
A R4.4-million compensation payout to the families of the Lily Mine employees who died and 75 others who survived an underground collapse hangs in...
Seven days of hell and hope for trapped Lily miners
Seven days of hell and hope for trapped Lily miners
Tap … tap tap … tap tap tap. Members of the Mine Rescue Services team hit a steel pipe on a rock, sending an audio signal to a metal...
Mining bosses' pay increases irk fund managers
Mining bosses' pay increases irk fund managers
South African fund managers overseeing almost $180-billion in assets, said they are stepping up pressure on mining companies to curb executive pay...
Sibanye Gold won’t pay above-inflation wage increase
Sibanye Gold won’t pay above-inflation wage increase
Sibanye Gold, the South African miner spun off from Gold Fields this year "will not be coerced into unsustainable outcomes," it...
Goldfield's Sibanye Gold decision pays off as profit soars
Goldfield's Sibanye Gold decision pays off as profit soars
The company reported a 63% increase in operating profit to R3.3-billion for its interim results to June 2013 despite a sharp drop in the gold...
Job cuts on the horizon at Sibanye Gold
Job cuts on the horizon at Sibanye Gold
The company, a spin-off of South...
Gold Fields spin-off company to test investor confidence
Gold Fields spin-off company to test investor confidence
Shares of Sibanye Gold, a new company hived off from the world's fourth-largest gold miner, will begin trading in Johannesburg and New York on...
[Video]'Moderate' Malema
[Video]'Moderate' Malema
After months of vehement rhetoric and criticising the government, a subdued Julius Malema spoke in Lenasia recently.
Hard-core strikers not caving in
Hard-core strikers not caving in
Workers remain on strike at AngloGold Ashanti's gold mine, Harmony Gold's Kusasalethu mine, Gold Fields's mines in Gauteng, Atlatsa...
Caught in a web of violence and political inertia
Caught in a web of violence and political inertia
You could be mistaken for thinking that all is normal in South Africa right now. The Springboks lost to the All Blacks, Kaizer Chiefs are...
SABC news boss wants 'nuanced' news, not sensation
SABC news boss wants 'nuanced' news, not sensation
Neither would he take instructions from anyone trying to interfere with his editorial independence, the veteran broadcaster told the Mail &...
Amplats is 'not like Marikana'
Amplats is 'not like Marikana'
The strike at Amplats had nothing to do with ­Marikana or an economic revolution, leaders said on Thursday, and they did not intend to join in...

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