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Anglo American seeks to buy $3.8bn UK potash mine

The possible 5.5 pence a share offer values Sirius at about £386 million.

Rio Tinto restarts SA mine as security improves

The Richards Bay Minerals unit should be back at full operations in early January.

Palladium tumbles most in four months

Metal pierces $1 900/Oz.

Security worker killed in attempted robbery at Harmony Gold plant

High gold prices are making processing plants a target for criminals.

AngloGold aims to produce 350 000–400 000 oz of gold a year from Ghana mine

The initial capital expenditure for the mine remains in the range of $495 million to $545 million.

Zimbabwe faces mining-asset seizure over canceled joint ventures

Amari Holdings wins the right to seize assets worth $65.9 million.

SA miners to challenge new law in court next year

The firms are testing three aspects of the government’s revised mining charter.

Violent protests shut down key Rio Tinto mine in SA

Escalating violence puts a pause on a $463m expansion project.

Rio Tinto shuts SA mine, expansion over violence

The company says there’s been an escalation of criminal activity directed at the operation’s staff.

RBPlat concludes five-year wage deal with unions

Both parties agree to a 7% wage increase in the first year.

A 20-carat blue diamond is sold for almost $15m

The sale boosts the company amid a mountain of debt and falling diamond prices.

Platinum mining firms, Amcu seal wage deal

The deal sees workers' monthly wages increase by at least R1,000.

Anglo drops another hint that thermal coal isn’t forever

Miner will decide in the next year if thermal coal fits into its future portfolio, RBC Capital Markets says.

Impala’s Zimbabwe mine is said to be in talks on Amplats land

Implats is seeking to boost output from mines in Zimbabwe.

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