Mineral Commodities

 
Mine standoff is a licence to rethink laws
Mine standoff is a licence to rethink laws
Legend has it that there was a rich man who was so stingy he died of hunger with money in his pocket. The man spent each day admiring his treasures...
‘Mining will remove the intestines of our land’
‘Mining will remove the intestines of our land’
Mthulelwa Dlamini looks at his freshly ploughed field with satisfaction. His sons guide the oxen pulling the wooden sledge carrying the rusted iron...
We will die for our land, say angry Xolobeni villagers as dune mining looms
We will die for our land, say angry Xolobeni villagers as dune mining looms
Christmas 2015 was a far from festive period for Kaizana Mbele* and his heavily pregnant wife. After repeated incidents of violence and intimidation...
We will die for our land, say angry Xolobeni villagers as dune mining looms
We will die for our land, say angry Xolobeni villagers as dune mining looms
Christmas 2015 was a far from festive period for Kaizana Mbele* and his heavily pregnant wife. After repeated incidents of violence and intimidation...
Transkei mining down, but not out
Transkei mining down, but not out
The Wild Coast belongs to future generations and should not be mined if its fragile ecosystem will be damaged, Mineral Resources Minister Susan...

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