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How to build a future for SA’s youth
How to build a future for SA’s youth
Among the most serious threats to a prosperous and inclusive South Africa is the stubbornly high rate of unemployment among young people. If we...
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
Gold Fields set to cut jobs in restructure
One thousand five hundred and sixty mineworkers could be laid off at Gold Fields’ loss-making South Deep mine.
How roadblocks, not just minerals, fund rebels and conflict in the Congo
How roadblocks, not just minerals, fund rebels and conflict in the Congo
For over a decade it’s been widely...
Death ends Sara Tsebe’s mine battle
Death ends Sara Tsebe’s mine battle
In life Sara Tsebe refused to move to Rooibokpan to make way for Anglo American Platinum’s expansion of the biggest open-cast platinum mine in...
Motsepe: Give corporates a tax 'break'
Motsepe: Give corporates a tax 'break'
Mining magnate Patrice Motsepe has advised government to offer more tax breaks in its bid to make the country a more globally competitive investment destination....
Scramble for minerals leaves rural families homeless
Scramble for minerals leaves rural families homeless
It could well have been 1960 but it wasn’t. It was March 2018 as Dudu Hadebe watched in horror as bulldozers, under the watch of police officers,...
Sibanye deaths cloud Lonmin deal
Sibanye deaths cloud Lonmin deal
Mining company Sibanye has made news recently for all the wrong reasons — 21 fatalities in eight incidents at three of its mines this...
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.

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