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It’s NUM vs NUM as leadership scuffle hits branches

Mines in the North West have become contested ground for National Union of Mineworkers.

Mine bosses descend on Cape Town, but leave chequebooks at home

About 6 000 attendees were expected at the Mining Indaba, which started on Monday. But investors are wary - South Africa's past is catching up.

AngloGold demands Standard & Poor promote it from junk status

The company chief exec says its bond rating should be upped on a ccount of good behaviour but the agency says nothing has happened to change its mind.

AngloGold plans job cuts in Ghana as gold price falls

AngloGold plans to lay off 2 000 jobs in Ghana by next June, say trade unions.

Labour unrest: Worker stabbed at AngloGold

Small groups of workers have stopped miners at two AngloGold mines from reporting for duty and a miner is in a critical condition after being stabbed.

Rural idyll belies life of silent suffering

Mtobeli Elson Vapi is only 52 and treading lightly is about as much activity as his body can handle.

Class action for silicosis payout tarnishes gold industry

As the case against Anglo American SA in the UK unfolds, local lawyers are calling for the setting up of a compensation fund.

AngloGold to resume output at Ghana mine in April

AngloGold Ashanti says that operations at its Iduapriem mine in Ghana would resume in April after completing a temporary storage unit for tailings.

AngloGold swings to fourth-quarter profit

AngloGold Ashanti posted fourth-quarter adjusted headline earnings per share of 62 US cents, from a third-quarter loss.

JSE sideways on profit-taking

The JSE was slightly negative by midday on Friday, as profit-taking among platinum stocks led the bourse to give up some of its earlier gains. By noon on the JSE, the all-share index had given up 0,06%, as platinum stocks dipped 3,23%. Resources were 0,24% lower, but the gold-mining index advanced 1,67%.

JSE up, but gold stocks tumble

The JSE was up 191 points at midday on Monday, but off its record high it hit earlier as gold stocks tumbled on news that Anglo American was selling half of its stake in AngloGold. Anglo said in a statement that it expects the offering to represent a major step in the completion of its stated objectives for its stake in AngloGold Ashanti.

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