Glencore opts to pay barred Israeli billionaire Dan Gertler

Threat of the mining company losing its DRC assets recedes as it resumes royalty payments to Israeli billionaire sanctioned by the US

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BHP to go ahead with $3bn iron ore mine in Australia’s Pilbara

Australian iron ore miners are racing to meet China’s growing demand for higher-quality ore

Will the Mining Charter arrive in time to rescue SA's ailing sector?

Uncertainty in the sector has influenced investment decisions, Chamber of Mines chief economist

Anglo American's Quellaveco project gets $600m boost

Anglo American partners with Mitsubishi to get funding for Peruvian mining project

Platinum family grows in Zimbabwe

Tharisa acquires a stake in Karo, which has secured most of the highly sought-after land Zimplats returned to the government

Finger-pointing starts over spate of fatalities at Sibanye mines

The company blames workers for not following rules, MPs call for ‘unusual action’ to be taken, and Gwede Mantashe promises to come down hard on ...

Glencore and Gécamines settle fight that put a quarter of global cobalt supply at risk

Democratic Republic of Congo’s state miner has dropped a suit to dissolve their joint venture, after reaching a deal that involves a debt conversion and ...

China not afraid of DRC adversity

The company is facing three court cases and a possible UK bribery probe related to its dealings in the DRC

Mineral Resources begins drafting revised Mining Charter after consultation

Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has indicated that a summit on the final charter is planned as part of the extended consultation process

Tawana Resources shares wobble as it updates proposed merger

JSE investors mull the meaning of Tawana’s deal with Singapore-listed Alliance Mineral Assets and the unbundling of its remaining assets

Platinum upheaval warning as price precipice threatens producers

If low prices persist, local sector could shed up to 600,000oz in a couple of ‘pretty violent steps’, says miner

Sibanye-Stillwater has plan to cut debt by a third, and it is not a rights offer

CEO Neal Froneman says the market will be ‘pleasantly surprised’ by the Stillwater streaming structure, which will come into effect in the next eight weeks

Mike Teke’s Seriti still has eye on Gupta coal assets as step towards big league

‘Yes I am interested. I still believe I can run the mine, I still believe I can add value, I still believe I can change the bad things that have happened ...

Green Scorpions probe Richards Bay minerals company

Department of Environmental Affairs is investigating claims that Richards Bay Minerals is dumping "toxic waste" near rural residential areas

Zimplats settles five-year landholding dispute

Implats, which owns 87% of Zimplats, says the agreement is part of the the new government’s efforts to assist investors

Bushveld Minerals to diversify with battery production powering ahead

The vanadium miner aggressively targets a storage device for Eskom and investing in the electrolytes business

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