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Four dead after rock collapse at Tau Lekoa gold mine

The collapse at the Village Main Reef's Tau Lekoa gold mine followed at least one earth tremor.

Glencore investors to sue for billions over probes, Boies says

Probes have raised questions about how commodities trading is conducted around the world.

Saudi Aramco prices shares at top of range in world’s biggest IPO

IPO proceeds to be spent on non-oil projects.

Glencore under investigation for bribery by UK authorities

The company is already under investigation in the US for possible corruption and money-laundering.

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.

Diamond industry’s torrid year set to continue for some time

Jewellery demand growth remains subdued.

Oil to be stuck in a rut in 2020 as slowing demand fuels glut

Opec unlikely to opt for deeper output cuts.

Gold is the new obsession for east Europe’s nationalist leaders

It's all about the yellow metal.

Billion-dollar LNG project in southern Mozambique expected in 2020

Project will be connected to SA's gas network.

Anglo CEO urges SA to upgrade rail, ports to boost mining

Mining was 'once the bedrock of SA's economy, and now it's flywheel' - Mark Cutifani.

Vedanta warns it may have to process ore outside South Africa

If Eskom can't provide a steady supply of power.

RBPlat concludes five-year wage deal with unions

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

Despite talk of coal’s demise, it still powers the world

Coal is still the cheaper option in many emerging markets.



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