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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 Charter court bid put on hold as Ramaphosa steps in

"I am certain we will be able to resolve the current impasse and agree on a Charter that accelerates transformation” — Ramaphosa

Can workplace secondments build trust in the mining sector?

The moment demands boldness, and the benefits far outweigh the risk of doing nothing to shift the undesirable status quo

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

‘Rationality’ needed regarding state intervention in mining

The Chamber of Mines advocates public-private partnerships instead of more state involvement.

The future is beneficiation

But the strategy to boost industry has a major stumbling block: readily available power.

Brian Molefe: A man with a plan

Transnet's chief executive explains his ideas for oiling the parastatal's wheels.

Nationalisation? No way, says Chamber of Mines

The Chamber of Mines has dismissed the calls for nationalisation and are willing to debate the issue to convince the South African public against it.

Malema: Keep walking, comrades

The ANC Youth League march for economic freedom has made slow progress towards the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in Sandton.

ANC Youth League marchers mission on to Sandton

After handing over a memorandum to the Chamber of Mines, Julius Malema is leading the march to the Johannesburg Stock Exchange in Sandton.

What’s mined is ores — our ores, say Malema’s marchers

ANC Youth League leader Julius Malema has led his thousand-strong company of marchers to the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg.

Join us in our call for nationalisation, says ANCYL

The ANC Youth League will take to the streets in October to demand the nationalisation of mines and an equal share in the country's mineral resources.

Parliament wants review of mining charter

MP's are seeking amendments to strengthen the country's mining charter, aimed at ensuring the industry is at least 26% black-owned by 2014.

Gold mineworkers stake out strike territory

Unions in the gold mining sector have declared a dispute which could lead to 140 000 employees downing tools.

‘We don’t want to strike — but we do want 14%’

The National Union of Mineworkers will continue talking to gold producers this week to prevent a strike, but is still holding out for a 14% wage hike.

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The PPE scandal that the Treasury hasn’t touched

Many government officials have been talking tough about dealing with rampant corruption in PPE procurement but the majority won't even release names of who has benefited from the R10-billion spend

Health workers afraid of passing Covid to family

While nurses bear the brunt of the most psychologically affected of health workers, most are concerned about access to protective supplies

Treasury presents Covid-19 corruption action plan

Reports of corruption, over-pricing and the delivery of sub-standard PPE have become the norm over the past five months as the country grapples with the Covid-19 pandemic

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Covid-19: Outlook on the economy, politics and labour

Old Mutual had experts unpack the effects of the pandemic and provide practical tips on how to deal with the financial impact of job losses and salary cuts

Opt-in to Popia

All business owners should take note: there is a lot of work ahead to ensure compliance with the POPI Act that has just come into effect

Capital Legacy talks life

The Covid-19 pandemic is revealing how few people actually sort their affairs to the benefit of their loved ones they leave behind when they pass on

Accounting technician beats the odds to obtain a professional qualification

'Being an AT(SA) offers lifelong learning and professional development opportunities because you never get to stop learning'

Associate general accountant reveals why she chose to work in the public sector ­– and stayed

Rakshika Danilala is part of the team tasked with auditing the R500-billion fiscal package allocated by government to respond to the Covid-19 pandemic

Accounting for sustainability: A South African case study

The accountancy profession has been recognised and seen its models replicated as successful models for projects that contribute towards the SDGs

Debt management amid Covid-19 and beyond

This webinar on Debt Management, sponsored by Debt Rescue, had its experts share a practical approach to debt management amid this crisis and beyond

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