Gold prices climb to one-week highs, boosted by lower dollar and economic and political uncertainty around the world
Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s foray into economics is embarrassing and without precedent, writes Cathleen Powell
DA stalwart Wilmot James, who is taking a year’s leave of absence, reflects on his time in the party and parliament, and on how the ANC has crushed new thought inside and outside the ruling ...
The Transport Minister is mediating the situation, with rail operators claiming the regulator’s operating charges are exploitative
Mkhwebane has defended her recommendation but says she is willing to hold discussions with those opposing it
'The odds were stacked against me because he had a gun and‚ if I could‚ I would want a rematch'
The Guptas, Eskom, Tegeta — a web of secrecy, lies and underhanded dealings
Though down from the previous quarter, the price was 12% higher than the 98c in the third quarter of 2016, sending Merafe’s share price up 0.85%
The move follows a warning by the CCMA of a jobs bloodbath in the mining industry
Mining lawyer Jacinto Rocha discusses whether the mining industry is likely to be successful in opposing the new Mining Charter
Ratings agency Moody’s warns the latest document will be credit negative for some of SA’s largest companies
The leading gold and platinum group metal producer pays the price as Mining Charter spooks investors
CEO Nick Holland’s U-turn on hedging for a limited time is to ensure the producer can complete its project in Australia
Peter Leon, global co-chair for Africa at Herbert Smith Freehills, discusses the legal implications of the new Mining Charter
Wescoal meets Eskom’s requirement of 51% black ownership for its flagship Elandspruit mine to retain its long-term supply contract
Legal experts advise procedural flaws could mean the entire process of provincial public hearings has to start again
Investors warn of repercussions and a potential exodus of companies from one of the world’s mineral treasure troves
Investors warn of potential exodus of companies as new Mine Charter pushes up empowerment ownership to 30% within 12 months
Mining giant names packaging executive Ken MacKenzie as its next chairman, handing him the job of tackling calls to dump its oil business and overhaul the board
The $157m SS Nujoma will help the Debmarine joint venture keep production steady even as diamonds become harder to find
The chamber will restart the process to seek a declaratory order on the continuing consequences of past empowerment deals — one of the surprises in the new ...
The newly gazetted third iteration of the Mining Charter
Mosebenzi Zwane says companies will need to top up their black ownership levels within 12 months of the new charter coming into effect
Glencore’s proposal is $100m higher and fully funded, but Rio Tinto has to give Yancoal the chance to make a counter offer
The chamber says the last-minute invitation is ‘highly suspicious’ as rumours surface the department will hike black ownership to a contentious 30%
The chamber says the last-minute invitation is ‘highly suspicious’ as rumours surface that the department will hike black ownership to a contentious 30%
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