Arcelor Mittal

 
ArcelorMittal charged with breaking environment laws
ArcelorMittal charged with breaking environment laws
One of South Africa’s largest industrial air polluters, ArcelorMittal, has been charged with breaking environmental laws. Although the company...
No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices
No end to Arcelor’s toxic practices
It takes more than eight hours of constant heating at 1 000°C to turn coal into the coke that’s mixed with iron ore to make steel.
Headless cats and government promises back in 2005
Headless cats and government promises back in 2005
In Steel Valley, residents say cats are born without heads, a piglet had sexual organs growing out of its anus and a cow born a hermaphrodite had...
Steel giant hobbled by ball and chain ahead of crunch hearings on import protection
Steel giant hobbled by ball and chain ahead of crunch hearings on import protection
Having been handed a R1.5-billion fine, the largest in South African competition law history, serial offender ArcelorMittal South Africa (Amsa) has...
SCA dismisses Sishen challenge
SCA dismisses Sishen challenge
On Thursdat, it dismissed an appeal by the minister for mineral resources and Imperial Crown Trading (ICT) against a ruling by the high court in...
SA's R100bn industrial action plan
SA's R100bn industrial action plan
South Africa's industrial policy has come up against heavy weather as it battles the economic downturn, spiralling internal input costs such as...
The future is beneficiation
The future is beneficiation
Beneficiation is the new buzz word in government's resource-nationalism plan, which proposes taxes on the export of raw materials in a bid to boost...
Round one goes to Kumba in Sishen battle
Round one goes to Kumba in Sishen battle
The North Gauteng High Court has ruled that Sishen Iron Ore Company (SIOC) holds 100% of the mining rights over Sishen -- the country's largest...
Sishen rivals braced for verdict
Sishen rivals braced for verdict
Billions of rands ride on the shoulders of Judge Raymond Zondo, who was scheduled to deliver judgment on Thursday on the long-running mineral...
ArcelorMittal SA deal with ICT lapses
ArcelorMittal SA deal with ICT lapses
ArcelorMittal South African (Amsa), the South African arm of the world's largest steel maker, has canned its acquisition of Imperial Crown Trading...
Zuma Jnr could lose out big time
Zuma Jnr could lose out big time
Duduzane Zuma's first billion may be slipping from his grasp as steelmaker ArcelorMittal, whom he partners in a controversial BEE deal, and...

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