The change brings the price of a litre of 95-grade unleaded petrol in South Africa’s inland areas to R24.54 a litre
The change brings the price of a litre of 95 unleaded petrol in South Africa’s inland areas to R22.83 per litre
Production was dragged down mainly by diamonds and platinum-group metals
The change brings the price of a litre of 95 unleaded petrol in South Africa’s inland areas down to R22.63 per litre from Wednesday
Production was dragged down mainly by coal and diamonds and the industry also produced less copper, nickel, manganese and chromium ore
Coal still dominates the domestic energy mix, providing 81.4% of the total system load, according to the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research
The continent is rich in metals for the energy transition such as cobalt, copper, nickel, graphite, graphite vanadium and platinum group metals
Ramaphosa calls on the private sector and labour to work with Transnet and the government to fix escalating problems
The rolling blackouts are estimated to have cost the country R1 billion a day in 2022, according to the minister
Mining production falls for the 10th consecutive month.
Due to the move to net-zero carbon emissions, demand for these minerals is surging
But Greenpeace Africa says the president must let go of ‘gas fantasies’
The deep oceans are a fragile final frontier, largely unknown and untouched but mining companies and governments — other than those in Africa — are eying its mineral riches
Exploration and beneficiation of minerals will reduce the country’s carbon footprint
Top-down regulatory measures come to naught, so the battle must be fought from the bottom up
The Basarwa say the government denies them all services – except policing them.
Transformation can only come through cooperation, minister tells Chamber of Mines
State-owned mining company African Exploration Mining and Finance Corporation has received 27 prospecting licences.
The disadvantaged are unlikely to benefit from a high court ruling on mineral rights, the National Union of Mineworkers said on Wednesday.
Rich Congolese mineral deposits are both the bounty and the curse of the war-torn nation, the seeds of recovery and the drivers of the bloody conflict