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Kumba first-half profit falls 16% as iron-ore prices slump
Kumba first-half profit falls 16% as iron-ore prices slump
Kumba Iron Ore, the Anglo American unit that owns Africa's largest mine for the steelmaking ingredient, said first-half profit fell 16% after...
Cancers fell nuclear ore miners
Cancers fell nuclear ore miners
Miners who dug uranium ore that supplied the British and United States military with the raw material for bombs and civil nuclear power in the...
NUM marches over ill-treatment of overseas Rio Tinto miners
NUM marches over ill-treatment of overseas Rio Tinto miners
Around 200 National Union of Mineworkers? (NUM) members marched to the Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Thursday to protest against the alleged...
Zimbabwe proposes 25% mine royalties for sovereign wealth fund
Zimbabwe proposes 25% mine royalties for sovereign wealth fund
Zimbabwe’s planned sovereign wealth fund will receive a quarter of mining royalties under a Bill proposed by the government, advancing a...
Rio Tinto suspends exports from Moz after sabotage threats
Rio Tinto suspends exports from Moz after sabotage threats
The mining giant has suspended coal exports from Tete province due to security concerns after threats by the opposition Renamo party to...
Rio Tinto to keep diamond unit after scrapping sale plans
Rio Tinto to keep diamond unit after scrapping sale plans
“It is clear the best path to generate maximum value for our shareholders is to retain these businesses,” Rio Tinto Diamonds &...
Mega-miner deal set to close soon
Mega-miner deal set to close soon
This is according to a competition expert.
Botswana polishes its prospects
Botswana polishes its prospects
South Africa attempted and failed to domesticate a large part of the sorting, cutting and polishing and create a large diamond beneficiation...
Indigenisation could win votes for Mugabe
Indigenisation could win votes for Mugabe
A notice in bold type stuck to the door of the Mukwati building in Harare, which houses the youth development, indigenisation and empowerment...
Multinationals bow to tougher anti-graft laws
Multinationals bow to tougher anti-graft laws
BHP Billiton is working to rope in corporate corruption, including any potential skulduggery by its local business associates.
Nationalism, not nationalisation
Nationalism, not nationalisation
If I were a betting person, which I'm not, I would say that the centrepiece of the ANC's approach to managing the mineral resources of the country...
Zim to probe foreign firms over ownership law
Zim to probe foreign firms over ownership law
Zimbabwe will soon probe foreign-owned firms to establish their level of compliance with a law requiring them to sell at least a 51% shareholding...

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