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Aquarius Platinum's Everest Mine

SA retrenchments could reach 35 000, platinum sector hardest hit

Planned retrenchments in South Africa could grow to nearly 35 000, trade union Solidarity said on Tuesday. This follows an announcement by the world’s largest platinum producer, Anglo Platinum (Angloplat), that it planned on cutting about 10 000...
10th February 2009

Aquarius’ Everest employees return to work

A 1 300-worker strong illegal strike at Aquarius Platinum's Everest mine in Mpumalanga ended on Monday evening, leading to the total loss of 1 950 oz of platinum-group metals, the company said on Tuesday. The unrest began on Wednesday last...
3rd June 2008

Aquarius loses 1 300 oz after Everest workers downed tools

An illegal strike at Aquarius Platinum’s Everest Mine continued to affect production on Monday, with the afternoon shift failing to go underground, a spokesperson said. The mine had already lost some 1 300 oz by Monday morning, after 1 300...
2nd June 2008

Aquarius' Everest, Marikana mines pass govt's safety audit

The first mine audited under the newly instituted presidential safety audit, Aquarius Platinum's Everest mine, has passed the inspection.
7th January 2008
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BEE-deal funds used to build brand new platinum mine

BEE BUILT MINE Black economic-empowerment (BEE) deals in South Africa's mining sector have largely centred on replacement capital, with one set of shareholders being replaced with a new set from previously-disadvantaged communities. And, in some cases, money...
18th July 2005
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