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Lonmin gives Ramaphosa priority over workers
Lonmin gives Ramaphosa priority over workers
Lonmin’s South African subsidiaries paid hundreds of millions of rands in dividends to Cyril Ramaphosa’s company in the three years leading up to...
Lonmin sells shares to meet BEE deadline
Lonmin sells shares to meet BEE deadline
Lonmin said it will increase ownership by black South Africans as the platinum producer seeks to meet the country's year-end deadline for 26% of...
[Video]How to survive as a woman miner
[Video]How to survive as a woman miner
Female miners are still subjected to discrimination, sexual abuse and violence in the workplace. We spoke to some women about their experiences.
Concourt puts Sishen mining right dispute to bed
Concourt puts Sishen mining right dispute to bed
The Constitutional Court has settled one of South Africa's most complex, protracted and bitter mining rights disputes in favour of...
Bill could hit petroleum sector hard
Bill could hit petroleum sector hard
The changes proposed in amendments to South Africa's minerals and petroleum legislation have set big industry's teeth on edge.
Marikana was not just about migrant labour
Marikana was not just about migrant labour
Many commentators, including Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, blame last year's Marikana massacre on the migrant labour system. They claim...
Adequate housing a major practical challenge
Adequate housing a major practical challenge
Global mining giant BHP Billiton is a good case study of the challenges of meeting the requirements of the mining charter, particularly when it...
Deadline looms for mining companies
Deadline looms for mining companies
The resources sector is an oddity in terms of the overall black economic empowerment (BEE) landscape: while mining companies adhere to the mining...
Mining charter falls short of BEE Act
Mining charter falls short of BEE Act
"We note with disappointment the fact that mining, a critical sector of the economy that employs 500 000 people, is the only industry that...
Shabangu confident SA will exceed mining transformation target
Shabangu confident SA will exceed mining transformation target
Mining Minister Susan Shabangu said on Sunday that she was confident a government-set ownership target for Africans in the mining sector would be...
Empowerment: Booming or bleak?
Empowerment: Booming or bleak?
The transformation debate is heating up again, in a week that has seen the release of the Mining Charter review, a progress report to Parliament on...
Zuma to focus on safety, black ownership in mining
Zuma to focus on safety, black ownership in mining
President Jacob Zuma said on Saturday he plans to focus on enforcing safety measures to curb mining deaths which have hurt output and to review...

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