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Gordhan says mining firms must reverse job cuts

To revive economy and boost investor confidence.

Lonmin plans to cut 4 100 workers as it closes platinum mines

The layoffs will come from six old mines that have run out of commercially viable ore.

Amplats considers sale of Twickenham and Bokoni mines – CEO

The move could potentially complete Amplats' divestment strategy.

PIC said to be concerned by Sibanye offer

Deal requires the backing of 75% of Lonmin’s shareholders.

Sibanye wins final go-ahead for Lonmin deal

The Sibanye takeover of Lonmin aims to create the world's second-largest platinum producer.

Sibanye-Stillwater plans to resume dividend payments in 2020

Miner last made a payout to investors in 2016.

Anglo to build a new diamond-mining boat in next growth move

The boat will cost $468m and is expected to start operating in 2022, just off the Namibian coast.

Army puts backers off multibillion-dollar Zimbabwe platinum mine

The mine is held in a joint venture between Zimbabwe's Defence Industry, a Russian investor and others.

Lonmin likely to cut fewer jobs due to revenue boost – CEO

The revenue boost from higher palladium prices and weaker rand may allow Lonmin to deploy capital to develop new shafts - CEO.

Companies planning to go off the grid

Anglo Platinum, Sibanye-Stillwater, Makro and the City of Joburg are loosening their ties to Eskom.

South Africa’s golden age is dead. Good riddance

Even the richest mine eventually runs out.

Ex-Anglo CEO Carroll says ‘conservative’ miners need more women

Industry needs to change; push gender diversity.

Race for AngloGold assets may pit Sibanye against rival Harmony

AngloGold Ashanti to exit South Africa.

How Total’s CEO pounced on Anadarko’s African energy assets

Total's CEO remained flexible in negotiations, took a swift decision and ensured there were no leaks until the deal worth $8.8bn was announced.

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