Old Mutual Multi-Managers says some calm and stability has returned following a big sell-off of emerging-market assets over the past few weeks
Naspers to unbundle MultiChoice as premium users leave in droves, and AngloGold Ashanti staves off potential strikes
The former Transnet director was seeking to challenge his dismissal from the SOE and to have the new board appointed by Gordhan removed
The SACP general secretary told the Cosatu conference that the tripartite alliance should not let the matter slide
FirstRand CEO Alan Pullinger talks to Business Day TV about the group's full-year results
But CEO Initiative head Jabu Mabuza says periods of economic distress often require employees and business leaders to do more with fewer resources
His vision changed China. As Ma makes plans to leave Alibaba, his legacy will be an enduring one, write Lulu Yilun Chen and David Ramli
The move will help the country clear its foreign arrears, which stand at $1.8bn
‘There’s a niche group at the top and the rest are plain average, ordinary,’ says former SA champion jockey Andrew Fortune
Former favourites, such as The Handmaid’s Tale and This is Us, lost out to fantasy and a few unlikely winners, such as Henry Winkler
Motsamai Motlhamme, the chief negotiator for gold producers at the Minerals Council SA, talks to Business Day TV
Commentators are surprised that Amcu, seen as the more militant of the unions, is first to reach a wage agreement
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 ...
Anglo’s move into trading goes against a long-standing industry maxim: miners do not trade
The producer slashes middle management by half at the troubled projects in Tanzania, which are operated through its 64% stake in Acacia Mining
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
Implats CEO Nico Muller talks to Business Day TV about the company's results and what lies ahead
Impala Platinum will divert all its cash resources to returning its Rustenburg mines to profit
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
That masked operational improvements as it removes unprofitable ounces, and Implats says long-patient investors will get their rewards — just not right now
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 ...
And for the year to date, 2018 is shaping up as the worst of the three since the diamond miner began releasing data
Russia’s largest mining company in mineral rights dispute with Botswana group and liquidation leader
The death toll at mines — more than 50 in 2018 — raises the alarm about the safety of going ever deeper to extract deposits
CEO Kelvin Dushnisky shows confidence in the company by buying a large block of shares
African Rainbow Minerals CEO Mike Schmidt joined Business Day TV in studio for more detail behind their latest results.
Capex will drop to R2bn in 2019, which will ‘complete the heavy lifting, in particular at Booysendal South’
Since selling the jointly held Lubambe operation in Zambia, ARM is still scouting for copper opportunities
The platinum company’s profit line is skewed by a dividend payment related to an empowerment transaction to lift black ownership to just above 30%
The business sells 95% of its product into global markets, says Assore CEO Charles Walters
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