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Department warns mines to comply

Estimates hint that the scaling down of work in response to Covid-19 will result in a sharp drop in production in April and by 4.5% for the year

Mines print money as metals boom

Kumba and Anglo Platinum are sitting in a sweet spot but it remains to be seen how long it will last

Amcu inks R14 000 deal

The agreement could lay the foundation for a showdown in the platinum sector ahead of further negotiations

Death ends Sara Tsebe’s mine battle

She feared being moved away from the land she loved and the only home she had ever known

Lives in limbo as despair seeps into mining ghost town

Jobless residents who were dependent on the shuttered Bokoni mine are battling to survive. They have now asked the government to step in

The last people stand alone in the face of platinum’s bulldozers

The land is their connection to those who came before them, which they hold in trust on behalf of their children, their children’s children and beyond

Platinum mining a guessing game for investors

As Anglo disposes of its Rustenberg mines, other companies are betting that the troubled metal will yield dividends further down the line.

The PIC favours platinum shares over gold

Despite tough times of late for South Africa's platinum sector the Public Investment Corporation is betting on the precious metals' comeback.

Sibanye doubtful of imminent platinum purchase as Anglo stalls

The gold miner is interested in buying troubled platinum operations but has found Anglo American to be moving at a slower-than-anticipated pace.

Anglo Platinum meets sales contracts even as strike cuts output

The platinum mining giant was able to fulfill its contracts despite a devastating five-month long strike which wiped out its profits.

Amplats profit likely wiped out by five-month strike

Ahead of the release of its full earning report, Anglo American Platinum said it expects it finances were adversely affected by industrial action.

Mining strike hangover lingers painfully

Pay cheques are in but many business owners will struggle to recover from the five-month platinum mine wage dispute.

Minister Ramatlhodi resigns from mining interests

Following a report that Ngoako Ramatlhodi holds a stake in Amplats's BEE partner, the minister says he is busy resigning from his mining interests.

Tsunami mining strike changes landscape

Retrenchments in the platinum mining sector are now all but inevitable, say labour experts.

Miners return to work and food parcels

Miners returning to work received food parcels, health supplements and transport relief, but will have to undergo medicals and retraining.

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