20 Apr 2013 11:30 - Ed Cropley Small groups of workers have stopped miners at two AngloGold mines from reporting for duty and a miner is in a critical condition after being stabbed.
22 Feb 2013 00:00 - Eva-Lotta Jansson People from SA's neighbouring countries flock here looking for work. Hundreds of thousands find it in the mining industry and in farming and tourism.
30 Nov 2012 00:00 - Editorial Endless stories are recounted by garnishee administration companies about staff members going home empty-handed on payday.
27 Nov 2012 16:07 After months of vehement rhetoric and criticising the government, a subdued Julius Malema spoke in Lenasia recently.
22 Nov 2012 18:24 - Faeeza Ballim Two people have been shot dead at Harmony Gold's mine in Carletonville, seemingly thanks to rivalry between NUM and Amcu members at the mine.
02 Nov 2012 00:00 - Kwanele Sosibo Shaft committees from Anglo American Platinum met discreetly in a Rustenburg park to discuss ways of adding impetus to their seven-week strike action.
26 Oct 2012 00:00 - Letters In media coverage of the strikes, no effort has been spared to demonise the National Union of Mineworkersm, writes reader Mathew Blatchford.
17 Aug 2012 08:14 - Rapule Tabane For as long as South Africans believe they can get away with murder, they will continue to kill. What do we say now that black people are in charge?
02 May 2008 07:39 - Louis Oelofse Gold Fields will shut down all operations at its South Deep, Kloof, and Driefontein mines in order to conduct an inspection of the ropes on mine hoists. This follows the deaths of nine workers, who plunged 58m down a shaft when a rope on their conveyance snapped at the Gold Fields South Deep mine near Randfontein on Thursday morning.