mining inudstry

 
ArcelorMittal sees few signs of govt project spending
ArcelorMittal sees few signs of govt project spending
South African steelmakers are seeing few signs of the state’s planned investment in infrastructure projects as a pull-back in mining...
Gold mines table final wage offer of 6.5%
Gold mines table final wage offer of 6.5%
The Chamber of Mines said on Tuesday that AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields, Rand Uranium, Harmony Gold, Evander Gold, Sibanye Gold, and Village...
Industry hits the right notes, but is it enough?
Industry hits the right notes, but is it enough?
The who's who of the world's mining industry descended on Cape Town last week for the 19th Mining Indaba. Themed "Investing in...
Editorial: Digging a way out of our mining hole
Editorial: Digging a way out of our mining hole
Let us be quite clear about this: there is nothing particularly ­surprising, or indeed objectionable, about a mining minister who represents a...
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...
Huge merger wobbles a lopsided world
Huge merger wobbles a lopsided world
Resources were firmly in focus this week after diversified miner Xstrata said it would accept a merger offer from commodities trader Glencore as a...
The water is mine
The water is mine
Scientists and environmentalists are worried that burgeoning coal mining in the Waterberg might not be sustainable -- or ecologically desirable --...

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