They allege they contracted incurable lung diseases while working on mines and want compensation for the harm caused to their health
After nearly six decades of independence the need for real change in the country hasn’t diminished
Mining windfall helped SA’s financial position, but lower revenues and additional spending will delay the end of fiscal consolidation
It has called for an official investigation into mining licences and contracts awarded to the company in South Africa
Big corporations can absorb fines as a cost of doing business but a more rigorous system needs to be put in place to combat corruption and bribery
Feeling sorry for the president’s new spokesperson? Spare a thought for eThekwini’s public reps
Former Eskom chief executive says Zondo Commission was ‘very sympathetic’ towards Glencore’s relationship with Ramaphosa
Democracy in Action argues in court papers that the president cannot receive the report because he is implicated, and demands it be given instead to the deputy president or the public protector, or both
The Investigating Directorate has filed an application worth R2-billion that could see the mine, the shares Tegeta holds plus debt intended to be converted into a majority stake in the mine
Views about multinational energy and gas companies sponsoring the United Nations climate conferences are strongly divided
The machinations around the finance ministry at the time clearly posed the risk that the treasury would be captured, to disastrous effect, Ramaphosa said.
It was preposterous to imagine Glencore banked on Ramaphosa to help Eskom bow to its coal-price hike demands, Clinton Ephron told the Zondo commission
The president will give evidence both in his capacity as the head of state and as the leader of the governing party
Former Eskom chief executive paints himself as the victim of a plot at the hands of President Cyril Ramaphosa’s former business associates
On his fourth appearance before the commission, the former Eskom CEO maintains he was tricked into sharing company information with a third party
As former Eskom board member Pat Naidoo claims ignorance of Tegeta deal, Zondo counters that the evidence was staring him in the face
Brian Molefe guns for Cyril Ramaphosa, alleging that the president’s relationship with Glencore was only a ploy to siphon money out of Eskom
In a lawyer’s letter, the former Eskom chief executive says the commission is not being fair to him
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
The beleaguered utility has been paying vastly different prices to its various suppliers
Former Glencore CEO Clinton Ephron will take the stand on Wednesday and is set to outline how the company was pressured into selling the Optimum mine
The former minister’s role in Gupta-owned Tegeta’s acquisition of the Optimum Coal Mine is to be closely probed by Zondo commission
Glencore notes it is well-positioned to support the transition to a lower-carbon economy
The company’s shares have seesawed madly – largely because of the volatility of the oil price and the rand
The mining company was reportedly subpoenaed by the US department
The Swiss-based corporation said it was being probed by the US in a corruption investigation linked to its business in Nigeria, Venezuela and the DRC
Parliament has only 9 legal advisers but there are currently more than 40 committees in the House and five state capture inquiries to be established
A Sinopec bid for Chevron SA has been approved, which could bring high-quality petrol and diesel
The plan will focus on: improving governance on climate change, curbing emissions and strengthening climate-related financial disclosures"
If it weren’t for Beijing, the local bourse would be very flat indeed
The Chamber of Mines says proposed taxes on company revenue to fund the Mining Transformation and Development Agency will place burdens on producers.
But now governments must also be more transparent about how income from mining companies is spent.