The company pledges support for families and suspends operations during further checks on the equipment
If the premier loves the people of the province, he should not stand for an ANC leadership position
The investment company has insulated its shareholders against the resource’s price swings while looking towards a more sustainable future
The platinum belt is roiling with tension once more after the assassination of Numsa organiser Malibongwe Mdazo
The Mopani, Capricorn and Sekhukhune districts will be in the dark on Tuesday and the rest of the country placed on load-shedding warning
Artist Levy Pooe conceptualises his work as ‘a social diary of being black in the city’
My mother was a domestic worker and my father a miner, and I went to school in the townships
“The photographs in the series act as a symbol of, or a witness to, the economic imbalance that exists in contemporary South Africa, where people increasingly inhabit contrasting economic realities.”
Almost 300 workers went on strike to force management to deal with a longstanding harassment allegation.
‘The initiative by Parents for Change reminds us that the change most of us yearn for is something that we should not stop fighting for’
Two Acts and the Khoi-San Bill, if passed, will dispossess people in the former homelands of their land rights
The strong rand and the VW scandal have hit demand, destroying jobs and, in turn, businesses
The higher education minister added that some political parties see the protests as an opportunity to revive themselves.
The little-known AIC helps the ruling party clinch Ekurhuleni and Rustenberg — and the price rectifies the decade-old Matatiele boundary dispute.
Many women are not aware that HIV can be prevented after rape
EFF councillors walked out of the council sitting shortly after the results were announced.
The EFF leader said they would provide jobs and good service delivery as he introduced the party’s new councillor in Marikana.
The dump has pitted those living with the stench against those who make a living from trash – and Rustenburg municipality has no solution.
Commodity prices and labour issues have hamstrung the effectiveness of the mining companies’ community investment in the North West town.
Anglo American Platinum, may sell some mines after profits for the first half of the year fell 88%, following a five-month strike.
Former Rustenburg mayor Matthew Wolmarans, who spent two years in jail, says his fate is in the hands of the ANC after his acquittal.
Wage negotiations have reached the point where the mining firms have to report back to their shareholders and Amcu has to speak to its members.
The body of a man found hanging from a tree in North West is believed to be that of a mineworker, while miners on their way to work have been beaten.
Striking fathers are penniless, so children of miners make do with just one meal a day from school.
The mining strikes that have plagued the platinum belt in Rustenburg over the past two years are playing a pivotal role in how residents vote.
Voters in the platinum belt have been left disillusioned by the ANC, and are going to be taking a cynical approach to the national elections.
Members of the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union intend to down tools at the world’s largest platinum mine.
Mining unrest has rattled South Africa, but turmoil has been a hammer blow to the platinum belt, calling into question the future of an entire city.
Zwelinzima Vavi has said that the Marikana incident has exposed weaknesses in Cosatu and that the federation wants Rustenburg back.
Anglo Platinum has suspended Rustenburg operations as intimidation of workers continues unabated.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union claims to have gained the lion’s share of the unionised workforce at the Impala Platinum mine.
A father from Rustenburg in North West is considering legal action after a Bengal tiger bit off part of his child’s finger.