Death toll after Implats mine disaster hits 12 as operations resume

Of the 86 employees involved in the accident, 74 remain in hospital

Exxaro adjusts annual guidance but still sees drop in coal exports as Transnet woes persist

SA’s biggest producer of the fossil says lower international prices have also led to a decrease in volumes being delivered to RBCT by more costly trucks

Sibanye to cut 100 jobs at PGM operations in the US

Miner says lower palladium prices requires cost cuts, with the bulk of retrenchements slated for the Stillwater mine

Roger Baxter appointed as Southern Palladium chair

Former Minerals Council CEO to take up post in the new year

Eleven miners die in ‘darkest day’ of Implats’ history

Accident raises questions about the safety of mining in SA, which has been plagued by fatalities and injuries

Gold Fields unveils 2030 scope 3 emissions reduction target

The gold miner determined the scope 3 target after spending 18 months working with key suppliers to its mines to establish an emissions baseline

NUM says 10,000 mining jobs may be lost in the next two months

Union says the job losses are a huge blow to sector battling Transnet’s dysfunction and power cuts

African Rainbow Minerals secures full ownership of Nkomati nickel mine

ARM says the mothballed mine has a predictable nickel sulphide ore body

Sibanye loses R13.5bn in value after convertible bond issue

Proceeds will finance the acquisition of US-based metals recycler Reldan and provide working capital

Glencore gets one over Nersa and municipality in surcharge on the price of electricity

Court slams Rustenburg Local Municipality for imposing a surcharge for joint venture’s smelter

Harmony illegally discharged wastewater into Free State dam since 2019

Company has admitted to the transgression and has presented a mitigation plan to rehabilitate the dam

Fight rages for control of Nkwe Platinum

There's a new twist as Chinese fail to get SA to enforce a judgment by a Bermuda court

Coal miners take on Exxaro in latest class action

Company accused of failing to implement safety measures, resulting in avoidable harm to  employees

Electric vehicle demand growth exaggerated, says Sibanye’s Froneman

Optimistic outlook does not take into account mines' pace of lithium extraction, says CEO

Unions’ turf war ends at Gold One

After battle with Amcu, NUM ends closed-shop agreement at East Rand mine to ‘safeguard jobs’ and ‘save lives of innocent workers’