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Mantashe immovable on community engagement matters

Gwede Mantashe remains committed to return to Xolobeni, to continue engagements with the community to ensure finality to the matter of mining.
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AMD, ZamaZamas and the imminent collapse of Johannesburg

Years ago the mainstream media made a meal of how acid mine drainage was going to be the undoing of the Johannesburg CBD - the new fear is now ZamaZamas.

Anglo reflects on a year of progress – eyes the future

2018 has in many ways been an interesting time for South Africa, for Anglo American and the mining industry says Mark Cutifani.

National Union of Mineworkers exasperated with DMR

The National Union of Mineworkers has learnt with shock the death of a mine-worker at Samancor next to Steelpoort in Limpopo Province.

Mining Charter III: Once empowered, always empowered stays!

Mining Review Africa was in attendance at the Mining Charter III media briefing today and will in a series of news pieces outline the key takeaways for the next few days. The topic of ownership is uncovered first.
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Platinum Group Metals files application for JV PGM Project

Platinum Group Metals has announced that Waterberg JV Resources has filed a Mining Right Application for the large-scale Waterberg PGM project.  

SA in recession, despite growth from the mining sector

The mining and quarrying sector in South Africa has contributed positively to GDP in the second quarter according to data released by Statistics SA. Unfortunately, this has not prevented a recession in the country, which has been attributed to the agricultural and communications sectors.
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Mantashe to scrap MPRDA amendment bill

Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe will propose to cabinet the scrapping of the Bill drafted to amend the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA).
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Gwede Mantashe gets bashed in misguided Twitter rant

Chris Hart was forced to resign from his position as an economist with a leading bank in 2016 because of a “racist” tweet he posted.

South African DMR Minister not impressed with Gold Fields

The South African DMR Minister has noted Gold Fields' decision to proceed with its restructuring plans at - without due regard to processes in the MPRDA.