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Unpacking this week's headlines 

4th April 2018 Bad news kicked off this week when six mineworkers from the Modikwa Platinum Mine in Limpopo were killed when the bus they were travelling in was set alight. The Australian government is investing A$50-million into drilling research. Martin Creamer noted that a sense of urgency is needed to... 

Resolute invests in explorer with DRC gold rights

By: Esmarie Iannucci     4th April 2018 Australian gold producer Resolute Mining has taken a 27% interest in Canadian explorer Loncor Resources through a C$2.6-million subscription placement and a C$2.5-million share swap. The agreement will see Loncor acquire full ownership of two companies in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)... 

Randgold's African mining acumen is being tested on all fronts

By: Bloomberg     4th April 2018 Randgold Resources’s celebrated ability to operate in Africa is being tested on all fronts, and it’s taking a toll on the London-listed gold miner’s stock. For most of the last decade, Randgold shares were the best performers among gold miners tracked by Bloomberg. Now they are among the worst in... 

Zimbabwe Mining Investment Conference 2018

15th February 2018 Zimbabwe has turned a new leaf , announced new investor friendly mining policies and is Open for Business and is set on rapidly growing its economy with mining investors being key players. The Zimbabwe Mining Investments Conference 2018 will discuss as well as showcase the vast investment... 

Increasing demand is platinum solution – Amplats

By: Martin Creamer     6th February 2018 Platinum group metals (PGMs) react positively to the amount of money spent on marketing, in a similar way to diamonds, Anglo American Platinum CEO Chris Griffith said on Tuesday. Speaking during a panel discussion on day two of the Mining Indaba, Griffith said PGMs were unlike copper, coal or... 

2018 presents best prospects in a decade for African mining – Standard Bank

By: Anine Kilian     6th February 2018 Sustained commodity price growth and reduced costs are likely to present Africa’s mining sector with the best prospects in over a decade. “The centrality of mining to the development of the continent means that 2018 is likely to be a watershed year in Africa’s ongoing growth story,” Standard Bank... 

De Beers eyes Zimbabwe, Congo after gaining South African permits

By: Bloomberg     6th February 2018 De Beers may follow its resumption of exploration for diamonds in South Africa’s Northern Cape by looking in the longer term at opportunities in countries like Zimbabwe and the Democratic Republic of Congo. "I’m excited about what I’m seeing in Zimbabwe," said Phillip Barton, chief executive... 

South32 prepares to spin off South African coal assets

By: Reuters     6th February 2018 South32's South African coal assets will be set up as its own business within six months, its president and chief operating officer Mike Fraser said. Fraser said that South32, which was spun out from BHP Billiton in 2015, had received a number of offers for the assets which it up for sale in... 

'Quarteritis’ damaging gold mining – Bristow

By: Martin Creamer     6th February 2018 ‘Quarteritis’ – short-term thinking in a long-term business – is terribly damaging, Randgold Resources CEO Dr Mark Bristow said on Tuesday. Speaking on day-two of the Mining Indaba, Bristow advocated an holistic approach to the mining of gold orebodies and bringing to an end the practice of high... 

Coal opponents prepare for yet another court battle over Thabametsi power project 

By: Terence Creamer     6th February 2018 Civil society organisations opposing the development of new coal-fired power generation capacity in South Africa say they will again approach the courts to challenge the latest environmental authorisation granted for the 557 MW Thabametsi coal-fired power station project, proposed for development... 

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