The platinum miner is in "constructive, transparent and progressive" talks with unions and says business's long-term fundamentals are intact.
If minister Lynne Brown doesn't fire Eskom chair Tsotsi and he doesn't voluntarily step down either, the mineworkers' union will remove him by force.
Noting a decline of members in Amcu, NUM's Frans Baleni says some workers are not happy with the wage agreement that ended the platinum strike.
A Lonmin security officer has told the Farlam commission that security forces had been frustrated by the lack of police ahead of the Marikana strike.
A member of Lonmin's tactical response unit has told the Farlam commission that stopping the approximately 3 000 protesters was impossible.
Following wage negotiations in the platinum sector, which ended in June, the trade federation says NUM members are being denied access to Impala.
Confident after its success on the platinum belt, the union wants to consolidate its gains in the platinum industry.
While Amcu workers prepare to return to work on Wednesday after a successful strike, mine bosses have warned of a difficult rebuilding phase ahead.
The Labour Court has handed down a final order preventing Amcu, a minority union on the gold mines, from embarking on a strike.
In the face of SA's longest-running strike, organisations mull rumours of government contemplating regulating the duration of industrial action.
Members of Amcu have turned up in droves as the Labour Court was to hear the Chamber of Mines's bid to prevent an Amcu strike in the gold sector.
Supra Mahumapelo has called on communities in Sefikile, in the platinum belt, to exercise restraint after two houses were allegedly petrol bombed.
A team of officials from various departments will meet mining bosses and Amcu over strikes in the platinum belt.
While recognising employees' right to strike, Anglo American Platinum has expressed its sympathy following the killing of one of its mineworkers.
NUM says one of its members has been stabbed to death on his way to work at an Amplats mine, the fifth such killing in the past two weeks.
The cost of Amcu's 15-week wage strike and the data gathered from the mining companies' SMS polls will be made public at the Labour Court.
The miner and striking union have denied knowledge of a hit list allegedly circulating around Marikana of miners who might return to work.
The NUM says its members will not return to work at the platinum mines until "conditions are safe and the intimidation" by Amcu stops.
Joseph Mathunjwa is worried about what is happening in the platinum belt, saying it is reminiscent of the run-up to the Marikana massacre.