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06 Oct 2016
 
 
Transparency only way to win mineworker trust – Motlatsi
JOBURG INDABA
The only way to win the trust of mineworkers is for the mining business to become open and transparent, former National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) president Dr James Motlatsi said on Thursday....
 
 
Govt should be bending over backwards as mining’s biggest beneficiary, say fund managers
JOBURG INDABA
As the biggest slice of mining revenue goes to government, fund managers were scratching their heads on Thursday over why the South Africa government would in those circumstances cause such woeful...
 
 
05 Oct 2016
 
 
 
Create unresistable force with labour to bring about mining change – Godsell
JOBURG INDABA
Organised labour is more willing to fix mining than at any time in the past, former AngloGold Ashanti CEO Bobby Godsell contended on Wednesday. Speaking at the Joburg Indaba, Godsell urged a...
 
 
Govt working on out-of-court charter settlement – Deputy Minister
JOBURG INDABA
President Jacob Zuma has instructed the government to work hard to arrive at an out-of-court settlement on Mining Charter Three, Deputy Minerals Minister Godfrey Oliphant disclosed on Wednesday....
 
 
 
 
Mining in need of long-term strategic vision – Enoch Godongwana
JOBURG INDABA
South Africa is in need of a strategic vision that extends to 2030 for the mining industry, where growing trust between industry stakeholders points to a common vision being achievable, African...
 
 
 
 
South Africa must begin to take mining seriously, consult on issues – Manuel
JOBURG INDABA
South Africa must begin to take the mining industry seriously and consult on the issues, former Finance Minister Trevor Manuel said on Wednesday. In a keynote address to the Joburg Indaba, Manuel...
 
 
 
 
 
 
AngloGold chair calls on business to seize moment, demand Zuma’s resignation
JOBURG INDABA
South African business and civil society should seize the moment and demand the resignation of head of State President Jacob Zuma, who is the "sponsor-in-chief of corruption" in South Africa,...
 
 
04 Oct 2016
 
Mining hall of fame launched as Froneman proposes new roadmap
JOBURG INDABA
Nine inductees to South Africa’s new Mining Hall of Fame were announced on the eve of the October 5 opening of the Joburg Indaba 2016, where guest speaker Neal Froneman, the CEO of Sibanye Gold,...
 
 
20 Sep 2016
 
South African ‘Mining Hall of Fame’ on way – Swanepoel
JOBURG INDABA
A South African ‘Mining Hall of Fame’ is on the way. Revealing this at a pre-Joburg Indaba presentation on Tuesday, chairperson Bernard Swanepoel noted that South Africa was odd mining jurisdiction...
 
 
SA’s cost-of-doing-business ranking badly down – Chamber
JOBURG INDABA
South Africa has plummeted to an abysmally low level in the World Bank’s 160-country cost-of-doing-business rankings. On the bank’s Doing Business scale, which measures the fitness of a country’s...
 
 
25 Feb 2016
 
 
 
Record rand gold price prompts Sibanye to call employees, unions back to the table
GOLD AND PLATINUM
In an unprecedented move, the record rand price of gold has prompted gold mining company Sibanye Gold to exercise its bona fides by calling on its employees, unions and associations to return to...
 
 
17 Nov 2015
 
Link executive pay to mine safety, environment – PRI
DIVERSIFIED MINERS
Executive compensation should be linked to factors other than financial performance, Principles for Responsible Investment (PRI) MD Fiona Reynolds said on Tuesday. Responding to Mining Weekly...
 
 
26 Oct 2015
 
 
 
 
 
Shareholders get 3% of mining cake, employees 45% – PwC
MINING INVESTMENT
Of the value created by 35 Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed mining companies, a low 3% went to shareholders and a high 45% to employees, an analysis of the 12 months to June 2015 shows. Net...
 
 
19 Oct 2015
 
 
 
South African mining’s delicate make-or-break phase outlined
MINING INVESTMENT
The South African mining industry’s delicate make-or-break phase has been outlined by some of the sector’s leading lights who make it clear that only give-and-gain will prevent it from losing...
 
 
16 Oct 2015
 
 
 
 
 
Investors slam skewed incentivisation of mining top brass
JOBURG INDABA
Mining company executives have made a ton of money, fund managers have done fine and investment bankers have made a killing but the only people who have not made money are the shareholders – and...
 
 
 
                       
 
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