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SA should not rush its transition away from coal, minister says

7 Oct 2021 /  Helen Reid and Alexander Winning, Reuters   3
'I am not saying coal for ever, ... I am saying let's manage our transition step by step rather than being emotional,' Mantashe said.

AngloGold Ashanti bumped off list of Top 10 mining companies

6 Oct 2021 /  Ciaran Ryan   10
Replaced by Royal Bafokeng Platinum as platinum, iron ore and coal now dominate the mining landscape.

Eskom now world’s biggest sulfur dioxide emitter: CREA

5 Oct 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   13
A pollutant linked to ailments ranging from asthma to heart attacks.

Top miners doubt customers can match their zero-emissions target

5 Oct 2021 /  Mark Burton, Bloomberg  
As one of the biggest polluters, the mining industry has a key role to play in fighting climate change.

Anglo American names new bosses for bulk commodities unit, Kumba Iron Ore

5 Oct 2021 /  Siddarth S, Reuters   1
The company said both the appointments will take effect from January 1 next year.

Metalworkers union starts indefinite strike, auto industry fears impact

5 Oct 2021 /  Wendell Roelf, Reuters   5
'We are left with no choice but to strike and to withhold our labour indefinitely until the bosses give into our just demands.'

BHP discussing Congo copper deal in shift of strategy

5 Oct 2021 /  Thomas Biesheuvel and James Attwood, Bloomberg  
Marking a dramatic departure from the world’s biggest mining company’s policy of shunning risky jurisdictions.

Fossil fuel firms investing in Africa face ‘risk of regulatory action’ – US climate envoy

3 Oct 2021 /  Tim Cocks, Reuters  
'There's a risk of regulatory and financial action.'

Coal surges to record as global scramble for energy accelerates

2 Oct 2021 /  Dan Murtaugh, Bloomberg   2
China is ramping up its coal imports as it faces a power crunch.

Even the dirtiest coal is surging due to China’s power crunch

1 Oct 2021 /  Serene Cheong and Alfred Cang, Bloomberg  
Showing how the power crisis is turbo-charging Asian energy markets.

SA will appeal court ruling on black mine ownership

30 Sep 2021 /  S'thembile Cele, Bloomberg   9
Government will appeal two court rulings that struck down changes to rules requiring mining firms to be at least 26% owned by Black investors in perpetuity and declared it unlawful for payouts to the coronavirus-struck tourism industry to be limited to Black businesses.

Mantashe touts coal carbon capture as envoys meet

30 Sep 2021 /  Paul Burkhardt, Bloomberg   2
Mantashe encouraged investment in technology that could potentially prolong the use of coal by mitigating emissions.

SA’s rival unions unite in dispute over gold miner pay

29 Sep 2021 /  Paul Burkhardt and Felix Njini, Bloomberg   1
Collectively, they are asking for a monthly pay increase of R1,500 for workers in Sibanye’s gold mines.

Rich nations pitch climate aid to fund SA coal exit

29 Sep 2021 /  Antony Sguazzin, Bloomberg   46
The discussions with SA include representatives from the US, UK, Germany, France and the European Union.

Gold near 7-week low as yields climb, inflation worries persist

29 Sep 2021 /  Ranjeetha Pakiam, Bloomberg   2
Spot gold rose 0.4% to $1 740.04 an ounce at 11:02 a.m. in Singapore, after dropping to $1 728.18 on Tuesday, the lowest since August 11.

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