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Parliament to get update on Fireblade saga

It will be the first time the Department of Home Affairs has briefed Parliament on this matter since Malusi Gigaba resigned in November last year

Activists go for weakened mining

An international forum draws strength from worldwide protests against extraction

Editorial: Gigaba’s sword — His ethics

'That Gigaba’s fall from grace would be ascribed to his sex video is unfortunate, because his story is instructive of this period in ANC history'

Embattled Gigaba resigns

With the presidency, parliament primed to act minister steps down

Gigaba promises to explain Fireblade lies

Minister tells parliamentary committee there was no policy for VVIP terminals and accuses the chair of not letting him share his side of the story

Gigaba to be grilled over Oppenheimer’s private terminal

The minister will be questioned on why he gave the family permission to operate a private terminal at OR Tambo airport — despite his repeated denials

Anglo, De Beers to hammer out merger

The Competition Tribunal is expected to hear the case for the proposed merger between giants Anglo American PLC and De Beers South Africa today.

Carats to Carrots: De Beers no longer jewel in crown

Why did the Oppenheimers end their 94-year hold on the world's largest diamond miner to go farming in Africa?

Oppenheimers leave the diamond race with $5bn sale

The Oppenheimer dynasty has ended by selling their 40% of De Beers to global miner Anglo American for $5.1-billion.

Nicky Oppenheimer retires from Anglo

Nicky Oppenheimer will retire as a non-executive director of Anglo American after 37 years on the board, the company announced on Friday.

Oppenheimers to keep De Beers stake

SAs Oppenheimer family is not keen to sell its 40% stake in De Beers after a buoyant year for the world's top diamond miner, Nicky Oppenheimer said.

Gary Ralfe retires from De Beers

Gary Ralfe, one of the faces most often associated with diamond mining giant De Beers, on Wednesday announced his retirement.

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Sounding the alarm on shack fire losses

A tech solution to fires in informal settlements comes with insurance that pays out the victims of these blazes

How smuggled gold destined for Dubai or Singapore has links to France and Mali

Three Malagasy citizens were apprehended at OR Tambo International airport, but now the trail is found to connect to France and Mali

Zuma, Zondo play the waiting game

The former president says he will talk once the courts have ruled, but the head of the state capture inquiry appears resigned to letting the clock run out as the commission's deadline nears

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