Commodities will face increased risks despite the expectation that economic growth in the US will increase, says Goldman.
After a lengthy legal battle, Kumba and ArcelorMittal have finally signed an agreement that will ensure the long-term sustainable supply of iron ore.
South Africa's mining magnate Patrice Motsepe has plans to invest in the West African country's iron ore industry, he has told reporters.
China's Hanlong Group intends to take over Australian mining company Sundance early next year and gain control over a key iron ore supply in Africa.
If the high-grade deposit in Botswana is verified, the trans-Kalahari rail link could become a reality, writes Roman Grynberg.
Since October 2011 Salgaocar has been mining the Malolotja Nature Reserve and shipping cheap, low-grade iron ore across the world.
The origin of the costly "gift" -- a DC-9 aircraft -- is a mystery, but activists say it was bought for King Mswati III by Swaziland's government.
The three-year battle between Imperial Crown Trading and Kumba Iron Ore for a multibillion-rand stake in Sishen is getting dirtier and dirtier.
ArcelorMittal SA believes that Sishen Iron Ore Mining Company Limited is obliged to continue supplying iron ore in terms of an existing agreement.
Mining giant Kumba are arguing in court that Imperial Crown Trading submitted a "fraudulent" prospecting right to the department of mineral resources.
Sylvania Platinum has said that it plans to sell its South African iron ore assets.
Mineral Resources official in "close personal relationship" with controversial mine bids businessman.
The ongoing contractual dispute between steel giant ArcelorMittal and iron-ore supplier Kumba Iron Ore has intensified.
Kumba Iron Ore on Thursday reported a dip in full-year headline earnings, but said production and export sales were up, and output would rise further.
The index of total mining production was 7,5% lower in 2008 compared with 2007 and was at the lowest level since 2000, according to Stats SA.
Kumba Iron Ore has reported an increase in its first-half diluted headline earnings per share from R5,02 in 2007 to R8,75 to end June 2008.