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Anglo American is a globally diversified mining company with a portfolio of world class competitive mining operations and undeveloped resources. As we provide the raw materials on which the world’s developed and maturing economies depend, we do so ... [more info]

Anglo’s digging a hole for itself in England

Miner's bid for Sirius would be a gamble.

South African platinum stocks extend 2019 surge into new year

Northam Platinum is at the front, rising 8.7% so far in 2020.

Anglo American seeks to buy $3.8bn UK potash mine

The miner commits to growing its business.

Anglo American seeks to buy $3.8bn UK potash mine

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

Rand firms as demand for riskier currencies returns

The rand was trading at R14.34 to the dollar by 1452 GMT, 0.91% higher than its previous close.

Aveng execs get R17.7m in bonuses

Troubled construction group says board approved incentives for top trio that were 'based on clearly defined performance criteria'.

De Beers diamond sales sink again in end to horrible year

The company sold $425 million this month at its last sale of the year.

Northam agrees Booysendal platinum mine wage deal

Agreement is said to be in line with industry settlements.

Mining revival threatened as power cuts take toll

SA's key mining industry was shut down for 24 hours following power cuts.

Diamond crisis gets worse for De Beers

Buyers grow increasingly frustrated with the cost of rough stones as the price of polished gems slumps.

Record blackouts force South Africa miners to halt work

As load shedding continues to cripple the economy.

Rand steady shielded by trade deal optimism

Sino-US trade talks help the rand weather stronger employment numbers from the US.

Violent protests shut down key Rio Tinto mine in SA

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

A better year

Reflecting on your returns in the year that was.

RBPlat concludes five-year wage deal with unions

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

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