Cutting capital expenses and funds raised from a rights issue have put the Lonmin back on a sound footing.
Dali Mpofu's new role as an Economic Freedom Fighter has provoked fresh scrutiny of his political role and his funding call for the Marikana miners.
Attackers have gunned down a former NUM official at Lonmin, stoking political and industrial tensions on South Africa's volatile platinum belt.
"Fourth camera angle" Marikana footage appears to further implicate police and raises questions about who ordered the use of deadly force.
Percy Zvomuya looks at Lonmin's Ben Magara and his recent chocolate stint as inspiration.
Percy Zvomuya loses a little more hope in Africa's leaders, and looks at Lonmin's Ben Magara and his recent chocolate stint as inspiration.
Even in its controversial accord with Amcu is a contested clause giving unions more latitude.
Around 2 000 mineworkers converged at an Anglo American Platinum mine over plans to cut 6 900 jobs amid unrest in the sector.
Solidarity has threatened to bring Lonmin's operations to its knees if the company does not reconsider its decision to revoke Amcu's recognition.
EFF commander in chief Julius Malema said Lonmin and the ANC government butchered people on August 16 and should be reminded of that.
The union is crying foul after Lonmin revoked recognition of the union, saying the company will pay for summarily derecognising it.
Marikana massacre survivor Lungani Mabutyana was found hanged in May. We travel with the miner's body to his family home for the funeral.
As the anniversary of the Marikana massacre draws closer, President Jacob Zuma has urged miners to remain calm and reflect on the "sad loss of life".
Trade union Solidarity has boycotted the launch of the mine crime combating forum in Rustenburg in protest, says general secretary Gideon du Plessis.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union has been formally recognised as the majority union at Lonmin.
The National Union of Mineworkers has expressed outrage at the murder of one of its shop stewards at Lonmin's Rowland shaft.
A 49-year-old Lonmin worker has been shot in Wonderkop near the Marikana mine in the North West, says police.
The CCMA has postponed the hearing about the recognition agreement between unions and platinum miner Lonmin to August.
July 16, the deadline for the NUM to vacate its offices at Lonmin has arrived, though it is not quite the final nail in its coffin.