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Anglo American SA boosts BEE procurement spend

Diversified resources group Anglo American South Africa has boosted its total black economic-empowerment (BEE) procurement spend and enterprise development by 42% in 2008. Anglo American South Africa and its independently managed subsidiaries has...
9th February 2009

Employment equity next big transformation challenge for Anglo American South Africa – Baum Audio Available

Improving the employment equity position of its senior management would be a priority for diversified resources group Anglo American South Africa, former acting CEO Philip Baum said on Tuesday. Baum, who is also CEO of Anglo Ferrous Metals, said...
8th July 2008

Gold major invests R32-million in junior mining companies

Gold mining giant Anglo American has invested R32-million in 11 black economic-empowerment (BEE) companies through its enterprise development fund Anglo Zimele, and junior mining development initiative Anglo Khula Mining Fund (AKMF).
31st August 2007
Breaking News

Anglo American supports new enterprises, junior miners

Global mining giant Anglo American has invested in 11 black economic-empowerment (BEE) enterprises through its enterprise development fund, Anglo Zimele, and its junior mining development initiative, the Anglo Khula Mining Fund.
17th August 2007

Company Announcement: Anglo American invests R32 million to boost supply chain transformation and development of junior mining sector PDF Available

Attached please find a press release on: Anglo American today (August 17) announced its investment in 11 black economic empowerment enterprises through its enterprise development fund, Anglo Zimele, and its junior mining development initiative,...
17th August 2007
News This Week

Exxaro all set to push towards 70m-t/y target

Supported by strong fundamentals in the domestic coal market, diversified mining company Exxaro is ramping up coal production in South Africa.
16th February 2007
Breaking News

Every Anglo operation should be black empowered next year - CEO Trahar

TONY TRAHAR Every Anglo operational entity in South Africa should be black empowered next year, Anglo American plc CEO Tony Trahar said on Tuesday. "The objective must be, by next year, to have every operating entity in South Africa empowered, black...
28th November 2006

Coal-miner announces new name following ownership change

Following the announcement that 51% of coal exploration, mining and beneficiation company Imbani Coal has been acquired by Worldwide African Investment Holdings, the company has also annnounced that it has also changed its name to Worldwide Coal...
8th September 2006
Breaking News

BEE firm buys into Anglo-linked coal venture

Black-controlled and managed South African investment company Worldwide African Investment Holdings has acquired 51% stake in Imbani Coal, a coal exploration, mining and beneficiation company, a media statement said on Monday.
3rd July 2006
Weekly Features

Diversified mining giant increases BEE procurement

Diversified resource mining major Anglo American South Africa, its business units and independently-managed subsidiaries demonstrated their continued commitment to South Africa’s economy by spending R8,2-billion on direct procure-ment...
14th April 2006
Breaking News

Anglo spent R8,2bn with BEE firms in 2005

The South African arm of natural resources group Anglo American yesterday reported a 51% increase in its direct procurement transactions and business-development initiatives with black-owned and -managed small and medium enterprises (SMEs) during...
8th February 2006
Breaking News

President Thabo Mbeki visits Anglo Zimele exhibition

President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki at the weekend visited an exhibition of small and medium enterprises (SME) in Johannesburg, interacting with entrepreneurs and business owners from a variety of manufacturing, supply and service sectors.
25th July 2005
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