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Revised Covid-19 Mandatory Code of Practice issued for mining industry

The updated Guideline do not deal with vaccination of employees or any considerations relating to risk-based mandatory vaccination policies.

South Africa grants environmental authorization to Zinoju Coal

“The granting of this environmental authorisation is a positive development, bringing the Company one step closer to the successful execution of Balgray.

DMRE monitors security of the energy and mining sectors

Minister Mantashe has encouraged the sectors to share their experiences of the current unrest, and risk mitigation strategies and plans.

Anglo American and partners link to drive sustainable economic growth

The Impact Catalyst aims to drive large-scale, socio-economic development initiatives in the through sustainable public-private partnerships.

Congratulations Minister Gwede Mantashe!

In the midst of South Africa’s woeful Covid programme and rolling power cuts – we congratulate the minister on his latest achievement.

DMRE grants renewal of Pan African Resources’ Barberton Mining Rights

“We view the granting of the mining right renewals by the DMRE for a 30-year period as an endorsement of our efforts and operations."

MCSA supports regulatory reforms to streamline self-generation projects

Self-generation projects can assist easing electricity supply constraints while improving the competitiveness of the mining sector.

Tackling HIV in the mining industry

The guidance assists companies to manage HIV which requires employers to put policies, plans, awareness and monitoring in place.

Karoo deep drilling: Geo-environmental baseline research project

The CGS is developing a geo-environmental baseline model which will influence requirements for shale gas exploration.

Another speed bump for Platinum Group Metals

Platinum Group has completed extensive consultations with recognized representatives in local communities, the DMRE and government.