Amplats’ R742m loss to Eskom blackouts ‘no sweat’ for industry

The world’s second-largest platinum miner was forced to stop operations during load-shedding

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Orion Minerals starts partnering process for Prieska project

The company says a number of third parties have expressed interest in investing in the copper-zinc mine

From saviour to villain for former Vale chief Fabio Schvartsman

Business leader faces 270 counts of homicide due to a second dam collapse

Samancor joins a growing list of SA’s mining companies retrenching

The world's second-largest ferrochrome producer could shed nearly 2,500 jobs owing to weak prices and high electricity tariffs

Australia wildfires hurt production at BHP coal mine

Visibility has been reduced at Mount Arthur and workers are exposed to worsening air quality

WATCH: What Anglo’s bid for Sirius Minerals means

SP Angel mining analyst John Meyer talks to Business Day TV about Anglo American’s plan to buy the fertiliser development company

Australian bushfires have hit coal output, says BHP

Though poor air quality knocked production, the diversified miner is keeping its 2020 guidance unchanged

Palladium hits a ‘sweet spot’ as its record-breaking rally continues

Increased demand due to strong car sales and constrained mine supply have helped boost the metal’s price

Anglo launches R7.6bn bid for UK fertiliser miner

Anglo American is making a return to the fertiliser business with an all-cash bid for the whole of Sirius Minerals

PGM recycling business is tough for SA miners to capture

For SA PGM producers the strategically important recycling business may be out of their grasp

Glencore warns of up to 665 job losses at Rustenburg Smelter

Glencore and Merafe Resources are to start retrenchment talks with labour, citing unreliable and expensive electricity supply

Gemfields seeks AIM listing in London

The Fabergé owner wants to list on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM index to access greater liquidity and international investors

Second-biggest diamond in history heads to Louis Vuitton

The 1,758-carat Sewelo diamond will be turned into a collection of jewellery

Vale’s stock rises, but not its reputation a year after dam disaster

World's largest iron-ore producer struggles with environmental issues after dam disaster

Sibanye cuts fewer jobs than expected at Marikana

Sibanye-Stillwater sheds 4,775 jobs in restructuring process at its platinum mines

South32 lowers SA coal production forecast

Wet weather and subdued local demand means the company expects coal production in SA to be at the lower end of recent guidance

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