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Rising resource nationalism seen as ‘fire burning’ for miners

Rio Tinto CEO says tide is gaining momentum around the world.

SA aims to finalise mining charter in June, minister says

Later than the government had predicted last month.

Vedanta chairman told Anglo not to sell SA assets

Anil Agarwal has played down speculation that he is seeking a tie-up with Anglo.

SA court backs mining industry on black ownership rule

Mining companies aren’t required to top up black ownership levels if they’ve previously met the minimum requirements.

Zambia slaps miner First Quantum with $8bn tax bill

For unpaid import duties.

ARM posts 15% rise in H1 profit on strong manganese business

Heps increase to 1 023 cents from 893 cents.

Battle to keep Lonmin platinum deal alive hinges on the rand

Sibanye says its holders won’t back buy if Lonmin burns cash.

Royal Bafokeng Platinum full-year profit dives 35%

Weak platinum prices and higher restructuring costs weigh on profit.

Mining exploration is making comeback after four-year slump

Spending driven by gold, base metals and electric vehicles.

Impala loss narrows as it cuts 1 400 jobs at biggest mine

Miner shuts shafts at Rustenburg operation to save cash.

Sibanye says clears most illegal miners from gold shafts

Company vowed to end practice by January 2018.

NUM union says 1,722 jobs to go at Evander Gold Mine

Due to deteriorating and inadequate infrastructure at the mine, high operating costs, such as rising electricity, labour costs, and a low gold price.

Deal wizard of SA gold mining is scaring investors

Persistent strong rand may lead to asset sales and streaming.

Northam H1 loss widens on BEE transaction

Operating profit down almost 4% to R338.8 million.

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