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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.
Three workers killed at Sibanye mine, two still missing
Three workers killed at Sibanye mine, two still missing
Three workers have been killed underground a mine owned by Sibanye-Stillwater and two others are still missing, the company said on Monday....
Too soon for Ramaphoria to boost weak economy
Too soon for Ramaphoria to boost weak economy
The economy’s decline in this year’s first quarter does not mean Ramaphoria has fizzled out, say economists, but it does show that new...
Dark days for platinum producers
Dark days for platinum producers
If ever there was a commodity that seemed to have a bright future, it was platinum. Scarcer than gold, it...
God’s tears add a sparkle to zama-zamas’ lives
God’s tears add a sparkle to zama-zamas’ lives
Moses Modibedi had a feeling it was going to be his lucky day.
Cameroon pays the price of gold rush
Cameroon pays the price of gold rush
Reinnier Kaze in Bétaré-Oya
Chinese mining company ruins lives of Mozambican villagers
Chinese mining company ruins lives of Mozambican villagers
Nagonha is a small rural village of just 1 329 residents on the northern coastline of Mozambique. Situated in the Angoche district, about 180km...
Zwane’s mining DG in firing line
Zwane’s mining DG in firing line
A major shake-up is on the cards at the department of mineral resources.
Mantashe takes on mining laws
Mantashe takes on mining laws
Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has moved to settle disagreements about mining legislation and push through the Mining Charter and the...
Ramaphosa plays the hand he was dealt
Ramaphosa plays the hand he was dealt
The true art of politics is to extract the maximum benefit out of imperfect bargains. The successful politician takes even the most minimally...
The bones echo the cry for the return of ancestral land
The bones echo the cry for the return of ancestral land
The man holds up a pair of what appears to be human bones in his hands.
Unemployment lower, but black women, the youth remain the most vulnerable
Unemployment lower, but black women, the youth remain the most vulnerable
The latest unemployment statistics from StatsSA show that South Africa’s unemployment rate declined to 26.7% in the fourth quarter last year from...

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