How Pan African turned in its first loss in 11 years

Dividend withheld after impairment of R1.78bn against Evander mine

Pan African confident it will issue dividends soon, in spite of huge yearly loss

Pan African Resources noted an impairment of R1.78bn against its unprofitable Evander mine, which it closed during the 2018 financial year, laying off 1,635 ...

WATCH: What AngloGold’s wage deal means

Motsamai Motlhamme, the chief negotiator for gold producers at the Minerals Council SA, talks to Business Day TV

AngloGold sets example by signing wage agreement

Commentators are surprised that Amcu, seen as the more militant of the unions, is first to reach a wage agreement

Sibanye-Stillwater's bid for Lonmin clears an important hurdle

Key assets in the Lonmin takeover are its concentrators, smelters and refineries, which give Sibanye the rare advantage of being a mine-to-markets operator in ...

How Anglo American became a commodities trader

Anglo’s move into trading goes against a long-standing industry maxim: miners do not trade

Barrick likely to seek Chinese help to salvage Tanzanian operations

The producer slashes middle management by half at the troubled projects in Tanzania, which are operated through its 64% stake in Acacia Mining

A third version of the Mining Charter may be ready by next week, says Gwede Mantashe

After an extended period for public comment, Mantashe says his team has been locked in a room for five days to ensure the document will be finalised by Monday

WATCH: How restructuring dragged Implats deeper into the red

Implats CEO Nico Muller talks to Business Day TV about the company's results and what lies ahead

Implats aims to channel Zimplats windfall to mines

Impala Platinum will divert all its cash resources to returning its Rustenburg mines to profit

Implats’ Zimbabwe units get waiver on ownership requirements

Zimplats and the miner’s Mimosa joint venture do not need to be 51% owned by locals due to other initiatives the companies are implementing

Impala Platinum’s R13bn restructuring impairment puts it deeper into the red

That masked operational improvements as it removes unprofitable ounces, and Implats says long-patient investors will get their rewards — just not right now

Canada’s RNC jolly pleased after two giant nuggets with 115kg of gold found in Australia

RNC Minerals began a sale process for its Beta Hunt mine in March before this discovery, and now says it is no longer in exclusive talks with a preferred ...

De Beers’ seventh sales cycle is worst since 2016

And for the year to date, 2018 is shaping up as the worst of the three since the diamond miner began releasing data

Local court to decide Norilsk claim on BCL

Russia’s largest mining company in mineral rights dispute with Botswana group and liquidation leader

The high human cost of chasing SA’s gold

The death toll at mines — more than 50 in 2018 — raises the alarm about the safety of going ever deeper to extract deposits

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