They allege they contracted incurable lung diseases while working on mines and want compensation for the harm caused to their health
Experts share how women can access the mining, ICT and wildlife sectors
With labour seemingly sidelined in talks affecting the economy’s future, big business isn’t as hard done by as some believe
Meet the youth who are moving and shaking up Anglo
Ahead of Botswana’s general elections in 2024, President Mokgweetsi Masisi uses De Beers partnership to win votes, say analysts
The programmes equip learners with skills, making them employable and also inspiring them to open their own businesses
Load-shedding and a drastic decline in rail and port capacity have cost mining billions, but there are massive opportunities waiting to be seized
The private sector must get involved and work with the government to find solutions
To reimagine a better South Africa, capitalism and its unequal class structure have to be challenged
The class structure and capitalism have to be challenged to reimagine a viable and just country
Platinum, new innovation, wage talks and Ramaphosa. A lot is happening in the mining world
The city once traversed by mining prospectors has recently lost some of its most esteemed tenants, including Anglo American and the Minerals Council
The blood lead levels (BLLs) in children living near the world’s biggest lead mine in Zambia have been present for generations and have caused cognitive impairment in a large proportion of the population. People’s blood lead levels in the district of Kabwe are higher than the blood lead levels that have recently led to a […]
The acid mine drainage happened at Khwezela Colliery’s south shaft, which had been sealed, but the volume of water exceeded the maximum capacity for treatment at the dosing site
The Minerals Council which represents about 90% of the industry, said the country’s hydrogen opportunities were a game changer
Residents of Kabwe have been poisoned for decades and now UN experts have called for an urgent clean-up
Claimants allege corporate human rights abuses that resulted in lead poisoning among children and women in Kabwe
It will give current and ex gold mineworkers an opportunity to receive a medical examination and compensation for those suffering from silicosis
Kumba and Anglo Platinum are sitting in a sweet spot but it remains to be seen how long it will last
Anyone who thinks mining is dead should head to Kathu in the far Northern Cape to find out otherwise
Former chief executive Dan Matjila is alleged to have instructed the liquidation of stocks to settle the subscription of Ayo shares
The programme will support people involved in raising and educating children
An innovative business rescue has preserved an asset that would be impossible to restart, in hopes that the commodity cycle will swing up again
Experts hope the new board can make tough decisions without any political interference
After 100 years, the mining giant remains a big fish in our political and economic pond
Commodities are in the doldrums and local conditions may be too toxic to attract interest.
Mining companies are "tired of political comment instead of concrete actions".
Secure the future of your children by hitting back at the energy companies holding governments to ransom, writes David le Page.
The resources giant is selling debt down under for the first time following indications that it is looking to buy more Australian assets.
The gold miner is interested in buying troubled platinum operations but has found Anglo American to be moving at a slower-than-anticipated pace.
Standard Bank say nine more poorly performing assets could be put up for sale by Anglo as it prepares to report its first-half earnings.
The Anglo American unit which had enjoyed sky-high iron ore prices in the past now faces a decline in profits as the metal price drops.