0 COMMENTSWorkers on strike at Bolivia's biggest tin mine, state-run Huanuni, have cost the mine $5-million in lost output since they walked off the job on May 6, the government said on Friday. Miners at Huanuni have joined a general strike to demand...
17th May 2013
0 COMMENTSQuebec Premier Pauline Marois and provincial Natural Resources Minister Martine Ouellet, on Tuesday outlined the province’s incumbent political party, Parti Québécois’ economic vision for developing the vast north, committing $868-million...
By: Henry Lazenby
7th May 2013
Coal – 1
0 COMMENTSBrazilian mining group Vale has been negotiating with potters who blockaded its Moatize coal mine in the Tete province of Mozambique for about 24 hours in the middle of last month, the Mozambican newspaper O País reported recently. The potters...
By: Keith Campbell
3rd May 2013
0 COMMENTSFunding and government overregulation of the mining industry are two of the most significant factors that are currently playing a role in the hampering of the junior mining sector’s project growth and development in South Africa, says Sephaku...
26th April 2013
0 COMMENTSVale Mozambique, the African coal mining subsidiary of the major Brazilian mining group Vale, was again hit by protests at its Moatize coal mine in Mozambique’s Tete province last week. The protestors blocked all road and rail access to the mine...
By: Keith Campbell
26th April 2013
0 COMMENTSShanduka, one of South Africa’s leading black-owned and black-managed holding companies, has halved its exposure to mining, CEO Phuti Mahanyele said on Monday. Speaking to Mining Weekly Online in an exclusive interview, the 42-year-old head of...
23rd April 2013
0 COMMENTSA champion community to serve as a developmental model for the rest of the mining industry is being sought by a leading member of the Southern African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM). Veteran SAIMM member Robbie Robinson, in a leading...
22nd April 2013
0 COMMENTSLong-term thinking helped to generate wealth, mitigate environmental harm, combat poverty and promote development in near-mine communities, Anglo American chairperson Sir John Parker said on Friday. The company’s 2012 sustainable development...
19th April 2013
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Looming China/Africa head-on collision – Solomon Greater degree of certainty emerging in SA mining – CoM Mine nationalisation lost Zambia $45bn, Eunomix study findsNo need to go deeper to grow Sibanye Gold – CEO Labour law, JSE regulations narrowed consultation with govt – Amplats Amplats offers new non-mining job for every mining job lostAnglo commits to 23 000 houses, one-a-room hostels, migrant labour talks Leon proposes employee codetermination at board level Line has to be drawn on union demands – Motsepe
Looming China/Africa head-on collision – Solomon
Greater degree of certainty emerging in SA...
Mine nationalisation lost Zambia $45bn, Eunomix...
No need to go deeper to grow Sibanye Gold – CEO
Labour law, JSE regulations narrowed...
Amplats offers new non-mining job for every...
Anglo commits to 23 000 houses, one-a-room...
Leon proposes employee codetermination at board...
Line has to be drawn on union demands – Motsepe