Aveng Water

Aveng disposes of water subsidiary following strategic review

Aveng has disposed of its Aveng Water subsidiary, which includes Aveng Water Proprietary Limited and the Aveng Namibia Water business, following the outcome of a strategic review by the company which deemed these as non-core assets.
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Harmony

Harmony selected for 2019 Bloomberg gender-equality index

Harmony Gold announced that it is one of 230 companies selected for the 2019 Bloomberg Gender-Equality Index.
phakisa

Senior mining geologist killed in Burkina Faso

ASX-listed mineral explorer Predictive Discovery is mourning the death of a senior employee following a security incident at its Progress Minerals Joint Venture in Burkina Faso.
amcu

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.
safety

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.
South32

South32 reshuffles its leadership team

Diversified mining company, South32, has made changes to the leadership team, in the roles of CFO, and chief marketing officer.
IAMGOLD

IAMGOLD enters into $170 million gold prepay arrangement

IAMGOLD has entered into a forward gold sale arrangement whereby the company will receive a prepayment amount of $170 million.
world gold council

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.
blockchain

New blockchain pilot to address strategic mineral supply chain concerns

Committed to supporting human rights and environmental protection while helping infuse more transparency into global mineral supply chains, Ford Motor Company, Huayou Cobalt, IBM, LG Chem and RCS Global are planning to use blockchain technology to trace and validate ethically sourced minerals.

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