Profile: The wonderful women of Wescoal

There is clear evidence of development and measurable progress at Wescoal, commitment to women empowerment is demonstrated throughout the organisation.

AMCU: leave to appeal application suspended

We are not surprised by AMCU’s behaviour and have considered other legal alternatives, which we will be pursuing says Sibanye-Stillwater CEO, Neal Froneman.

Sibanye-Stillwater appoints global safety experts

Sibanye-Stillwater reports that its South African operations achieved a significant safety milestone of 5 000 000 fatality free shifts in January 2019.
Gwede Mantashe

Mantashe announces independent survey in Xolobeni

The South African Minister of Mineral Resources, Gwede Mantashe has announced the commencement of an independent survey to be undertaken in Xolobeni.
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World Gold Council: Economic trends and their impact on gold

As the World Gold Council looks ahead, it expects that the interplay between market risk and economic growth in 2019 will drive gold demand.

Sibanye-Stillwater receives notice from AMCU

JSE/NYSE-listed Sibanye-Stillwater has received notice from the AMCU that it intends to embark on a secondary protected strike.

Mining: Junior explorers on the rise

BDO’s latest edition of the explorer quarterly cash update shows an increase in investing cash flows by 44% - the downturn may have come to an end.

Communities to benefit from mining through “social licences to mine”

The Mining Sector cannot be looked at in isolation – it is the "engine room" of every economy in a country with substantial mineral resources.

Diamond sector transformation in Angola approaches major milestone achievement

The significant diamond sector reforms being enacted by the President of Angola, His Excellency Joao Lourenco, to grow investment into the Angolan mining sector, will take another major step forward this month.

Another blow for Acacia in Tanzania

Acacia has informed the market that its North Mara mine EPO, requires payment of a fine of totaling 300,000,000 Tanzanian Shillings (US$130,000).

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