Ramaphosa

Not all doom and gloom under Ramaphosa reign

The mining sector is facing challenges but regulatory certainty and administration under President Cyril Ramaphosa could spell a new dawn for the industry.
Wesizwe Platinum

Wesizwe Platinum severely impacted by weak PGM market

Platinum developer Wesizwe Platinum has had to revise the mine plan at its Bakubung platinum mine near Rustenburg, South Africa as a result of the protracted weak platinum-group metals pricing environment.
Bauba Platinum

New wash plant at Moeijelijk producing planned volume

Bauba Platinum reports that the new wash plant at its Moeijelijk chrome mine in Limpopo has been producing according to its planned throughput levels.
commodities

Positive outlooks for gold, silver, platinum and palladium

While it might be tempting to classify trends in accordance with traditional nomenclature the reality is that the outlook for commodities is mixed.
implats

Implats delivers strong safety and operational performance

Implats has delivered strong safety and operational performances for the half‐year ended 31 December 2018 and a return to profitability and cash generation.
icmm

ICMM to create international standards for tailings dams

The ICMM will establish an independent panel of experts to develop an international standard for tailings facilities for its member companies.
video

What is needed for the mining sector in Zimbabwe?

Mining is a crucial industry in Zimbabwe but has potential to be so much bigger. There are just a handful of mining companies in the country.
PDAC baxter

PDAC 2019 Convention: An event you cannot afford to miss

The PDAC 2019 Convention—the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention—returns to Toronto from 3 – 6 March 2019.
strike

AMCU to strike at Lonmin mines

Lonmin has received written notice of a secondary strike action from AMCU to take place at its operations.
Safety

Sibanye-Stillwater continues excellent safety record

Sibanye-Stillwater has made a complete safety turnaround from 2018. The Group achieved 6.5 million fatality free shifts on 14 February 2019.

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