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Tainted people can’t lead ANC’s transformation charge

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ANC: No nationalisation of mines, ‘resource rent’ tax instead

A draft policy document shows the ANC has rejected calls to nationalise mines but supports a windfall "resource rent" tax on mining firms.

Shabangu: ‘We’ve dealt with nationalisation’

Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has warned that the call to nationalise mining companies should be dropped.

ANC to focus on ‘strategic nationalisation’

According to recommendations from its policy conference, the ANC has rejected "wholesale nationalisation" in favour of "strategic nationalisation".

Mbalula: Time to talk about nationalisation

NEC member Fikile Mbalula said on Saturday that ANC members were afraid to talk about the nationalisation of mines.

ANCYL inspired by nationalisation endorsement

The ANC Youth League says Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale's Freedom Day endorsement of the nationalisation of mines is inspiring.

Extracting the maximum benefit

In terms of mining, there are no easy options to make the most of local beneficiation.

The politics of perception and uncertainty

Unlike in sport, the key battles taking place seem to have no clear resolution -- leaving us all at a loss.

Mining super tax will make foreign investors jittery

Nationalisation may be off the table but analysts warn that any changes to the tax regime in the mining sector will also scare away investors.

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