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‘More needed’ for miners to work again

Amcu and experts agree that mineworkers and their communities face a unique risk without a detailed response to Covid-19 from the sector

Free up energy before the budget

Cyril Ramaphosa wants to do the right thing – bring independent power producers on to the grid. He must act despite opposition from top ANC members

Industry in renewed battle over mining charter

The minerals council has applied for a judicial review of the charter over provisions that it says could leave it unsustainable

Eskom’s proposed tariff hikes risk making mining unsustainable — minerals council

The debt-laden power utility is asking for a 15% annual tariff hike for three years

NUM to engage Sibanye as SA mine deaths soar to 31 this year

Early this year, 955 miners were temporarily trapped at another Sibanye-Stillwater mine in Welkom, after an electric cable outage during a storm.

Mining Indaba: Baxter climbs into Zwane and urges new leadership

“The vision of a transformed industry is something all South Africans must develop together” — ​CEO of the Chamber of Mines Roger Baxter

Platinum talks attempt to end two-week strike

The drawn out labour action in the platinum sector has been costing the mining companies while police continue to quell protests in the North West.

Mining: Digging for deeper dividends

Roger Baxter has returned to the Chamber of Mines to help guide the industry to a brighter future, writes Lynley Donnelly.

SA can pull mining out of the dumps

One of the most senior figures in the Chamber of Mines, Roger Baxter, talks about his departure for Canada.

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Corruption allegations: It’s a family affair at Dihlabeng municipality

The mayor, her relatives and their friends keep landing lucrative tenders and using state resources. Yet Lindiwe Makhalema has failed to declare the list of her relationships with people and companies benefiting from the municipality

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