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Union lays charge against government

Trade union Solidarity yesterday announced that it had laid a people’s charge on behalf of the people of Stilfontein against the government of South Africa at the parliament in Cape Town.
3rd June 2005
 
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Industry’s paradigm shift

The change has evolved over the last ten years
19th November 2004
 
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DRD sees consolidation-linked growth in SA

DRD South Africa's fourth-largest gold producer, Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD), said yesterday that, while it does not see growth opportunities in the country through exploration or expansion, it does see possible growth through acquisitions and...
28th October 2004
 
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ERPM lives to fight another day

Marginal South African gold operation East Rand Proprietary Mines (ERPM), set for closure in May next year, has been thrown a lifeline, which could mean that some 2 000 miners' jobs are secure for the time being.
28th October 2004
 
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Unions up in arms as Harmony moves to retrench

Mineworker trade unions have reacted with dismay to revelations that gold giant Harmony had initiated proceedings that could lead to retrenchments at its Free State operations.
24th September 2004
 
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Unions up in arms as Harmony moves to retrench

Mineworker trade unions reacted with dismay yesterday to revelations that gold giant Harmony had initiated proceedings that could lead to retrenchments at its Free State operations.
14th September 2004
 
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DRD's Blyvoor job cuts to cost R30m

South African gold producer Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) said on Friday that retrenchments of up to 2 000 employees at its Blyvooruitzicht mine, near Carletonville, are expected to cost approximately R30-million.
13th September 2004
 
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DRD seeks to double equity

South African gold producer Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) said last week that the number of authorised ordinary no par value shares is insufficient to facilitate the company’s acquisition and growth strategies.
31st August 2004
 
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Former employee drops case against DRD

South African gold producer Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) has been advised by attorneys representing its former company secretary, Maryna Eloff, that she has unilaterally withdrawn her claim of constructive dismissal against the company.
6th August 2004
 
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DRD will not extend Emperor offer

South African gold producer Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) said this week that, subject only to any automatic extension required by the Corporations Act, it would not extend its takeover offer for Emperor Mines beyond its closing date of July 30.
28th July 2004
 
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More gold-mine jobs at risk as ERPM retrenchments begin

Jobs South African century-old gold-mine East Rand Proprietary Mines (ERPM) will begin downsizing its underground operations tomorrow, as the country’s gold-mining industry begins to buckle under the pressure from an ever-strengthening rand.
21st July 2004
 
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DRD extends final offer for Fiji mine

South African gold producer Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) yesterday extended its offer to acquire all the shares in Emperor Mines, in Fiji.
15th July 2004
 
 
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