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GOLD

Accord with AMCU sets mechanised gold junior on new growth path

An accord with the feared Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has become a tailwind of growth for South African gold junior Vantage Goldfields, which has already invested R710-million in Barberton's Lomshiyo valley and where...
8th April 2014
 
SOUTH AFRICAN MINING

Former Anglo boss calls for ‘courageous and bold action’ for SA to be competitive

The current state of the local mining industry should not be allowed to undermine South Africa’s global competitiveness, says former Anglo American South Africa CEO Kuseni Dlamini. Nonetheless, the industry veteran believes that South Africa has...
12th July 2013
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

Mining’s damaging ‘blame game’ destroying South Africa

The South African economy could no longer afford the damaging “blame game” under way in the crucial mining sector, which needed to take urgent steps to prepare for the inevitable next commodities boom, Energy Intensive User Group chairman Mike...
26th June 2013
 
CORPORATE ACTIVITY

Mining veteran Dlamini buys into underground safety support firm

Safety equipment provider M and J Mining has concluded a strategic investment with mining veteran Kuseni Dlamini.
1st March 2013
 
PERSPECTIVES

'THEY HAVE STOLEN OUR MONEY'

“They have stolen our money” are the five words that were reiterated in the often-heated Xolani Gwala-hosted national radio debate on SAfm's AMLive last week, when ANC secretary-general Gwede Mantashe, above, said in reference to the proposed...
1st February 2013
 
PLATINUM

Engage to end govt, labour, company trust deficit – ex Anglo South Africa head

The controversy surrounding the Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) platinum review emphasised the need for more engagement and trust-building between government, labour and mining companies, former Anglo American South Africa head Kuseni Dlamini...
22nd January 2013
 
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NATIONALISATION OF THE MINES

Julius Malema says that the nationalisation of mines is prescribed in the Freedom Charter and must, therefore, be a prerequisite for leadership of the African National Congress (ANC). The ANC Youth League president shared the stage with Old...
30th October 2009
 
SOUTH AFRICA

ANC leaders must support nationalisation of mines - Malema

Nationalisation of mines was prescribed in the Freedom Charter and therefore a prerequisite for leadership in the ANC, ANC Youth League president Julius Malema said on Thursday. "If you are not for nationalisation you are not qualified to lead...
23rd October 2009
 
DIVERSIFIED MINERS

Two views on scale keep Anglo and Xstrata apart

Two views on the potential benefits of scale are keeping among the issues Anglo American and Xstrata apart. Anglo American CEO Cynthia Carroll believes Anglo already has sufficient scale, whereas Xstrata wants a combined Anglo-Xstrata to be able...
7th August 2009
 
DIVERSIFIED MINERS

We already have scale, says Xstrata-rejecting Anglo CEO Video Available

Anglo CEO Cynthia Carroll Diversified mining major Anglo American already has scale, its CEO Cynthia Carroll said at the weekend, reiterating the company's rejection of Xstrata's scale-and-size-providing merger of equals. Mining Weekly Online asked Carroll if Anglo's...
31st July 2009
 
DIVERSIFIED MINERS

Xstrata CEO in second SA visit, govt reveals on eve of Anglo interims

As part of a process of continuous engagement on Xstrata's proposed merger with Anglo American, Xstrata CEO Mick Davis has met the South African government for the second time, on the latest occasion specifically with Mineral Resources DG Sandile...
30th July 2009
 
DIVERSIFIED MINERS

Blow to transformation as Anglo’s South Africa head Dlamini quits

Anglo American South Africa head Kuseni Dlamini has quit the company to take up a new opportunity outside the group, the company said on Thursday. Anglo media relations head Pranill Ramchander told Mining Weekly Online that no decision had been...
16th July 2009
 
 
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