Gwede Mantashe

 
Mining charter is caught between two elite classes
Mining charter is caught between two elite classes
First and foremost, there are “black” people whose social mobility into the elite and middle classes have not been contingent on the form of...
Lily Mine’s revival may be derailed if claims of negligence are proven
Lily Mine’s revival may be derailed if claims of negligence are proven
Just months after clinching a deal to revive the Lily Mine in Mpumalanga, Vantage Goldfields now faces claims that it was acting negligently while...
Treasury's VAT panel to look into fuel price hikes
Treasury's VAT panel to look into fuel price hikes
National Treasury’s panel of experts investigating zero-rated VAT items will also consider the impact of recent fuel price increases, Minister of...
Ex-top cop in dodgy tender deal
Ex-top cop in dodgy tender deal
Former top cop Mzwandile Petros has lost a contract worth millions of rand that the State Information Technology Agency unlawfully awarded his...
‘They’re out to get Magashule’
‘They’re out to get Magashule’
Supporters of Ace Magashule believe the knives are out for the ANC secretary general and are accusing his opponents in the governing party of using...
South Africa walks mining tightrope
South Africa walks mining tightrope
South African mining stocks lost R50-billion after the first draft of Mining Charter III was published in June last year.
Unions call for change in Mine Heath and Safety Act
Unions call for change in Mine Heath and Safety Act
Two mining unions are calling for amendments to the Mine Health and Safety Act (MHSA), after yet another death at the Khomanani shaft at Sibanye-Stillwater's Driefontein operations....
The comrades want ... and want
The comrades want ... and want
Saturday afternoon. The Bhekuzulu Hall at the University of Zululand is a massive, empty cavern. Hollow.
Lives in limbo as despair seeps into mining ghost town
Lives in limbo as despair seeps into mining ghost town
Nelson Lesufi spends his days with his back bowed, fixing potholes, hoping for a welcome “loosey” (cool drink) as a respite from the unrelenting sun....
ANC may crack the whip on disgruntled KZN members
ANC may crack the whip on disgruntled KZN members
The ANC in KwaZulu-Natal is heading to the courts again after the regional body was interdicted from holding its highly anticipated provincial...
Mantashe turns up the heat on ANC KZN members and Supra is accused of sowing division
Mantashe turns up the heat on ANC KZN members and Supra is accused of sowing division
ANC national chairperson Gwede Mantashe has demanded disciplinary action against KZN party delegates who heckled and prevented him from addressing...

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