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Load-shedding is back, and Edcon considers cutting its trading space by up to a half
Transnet, SA’s beleaguered state-owned rail operator, has taken over from General Electric as the lead consortium partner in a $2bn Nigerian narrow-gauge railway concession, giving it the lion’s ...
The state enterprises minister is set to testify on the nuclear deal and the attempt to capture the Treasury
The nomination of Roberto Castello Branco is the latest in a string of business-friendly appointments by president-elect Jair Bolsonaro
Fund commends government on governance efforts and says calls for improvement on business models of SOEs
Countries that do not train workers risk losing employers — and employees risk losing jobs to robots and automation
Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell says Madrid wants clarity on Gibraltar before backing the EU’s draft Brexit agreement
Downes clocks first major victory as pro in Cycle Challenge with Carla Oberholzer fastest woman
And bringing back life from the planet may not be such a good idea either, writes David Weintraub
SA’s largest domestic gold producer and Amcu, the union representing 43% of its workers, lock horns ahead of a strike called for Wednesday
There is a dispute over the amount of Australian tax payable from sales of BHP's Australian commodities to its Singapore marketing business
Small teams are using secret entrances to enter the mine and sometimes have to be smuggled in during the night to pump water, monitor equipment and undertake ...
Communities have complained to the Competition Tribunal about a veil of secrecy around the proposed merger of Lonmin and Sibanye-Stillwater.
They warned that ...
Nasty, and now cheap, lower-quality diamonds have been having a tough time of late, because there are just too many of them
Number of job cuts could become a sticking point, after the union’s submission to the Competition Tribunal
Lonmin is not a failing firm, Amcu tells tribunal hearing on platinum producer's merger with Sibanye
The JSE-listed miner and trader also reported a 16% increase in headline earnings per share as operational expenditure dropped
The lawyer representing the parties says the proposed merger is a public interest case and not a competition issue
It is bit of a write-off year, says CEO Nick Holland, with earlier targets for mine 'fanciful'
The company has invested R32bn in the mine and has struggled to make it a sustainably profitable operation since taking ownership in 2006
CEO Andrew Mackenzie says the company will be able to supply customers ‘as we have been contracted to do’
Botswana Diamonds rolls out a model to keep risk off its balance sheet as it explores a diamond prospect in SA
Anglo CEO Mark Cutifano has said previously that SA ‘punches above its weight’
Glencore has a long history of curtailing supply to meet demand, and has long criticised rivals for producing too much and depressing prices
The R1.7bn Elikhulu project has reached commercial production and puts Pan African on track for full-year production target
While the costs have hit the gold miner, it has taken advantage of the weak rand to grow its hedge book
The company has reported higher gold output than a year ago, with two new mines adding gold, although its Joel mine remains problematic
Dushnisky puts the producer's shared Malian mine up for sale
A train with no-one on board takes off and travels at 100km/h for 92km in remote area of Australia
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