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08 Nov 2016
Investment demand for gold up 44% – World Gold Council
Gold investment demand has leapt in the three months to September 30 and physical gold demand, though down on last year’s third quarter, is ready to respond to any dip in the gold price. World Gold...
26 Jul 2016
Supply, demand fundamentals remain challenging – Kumba Iron Ore
While iron-ore prices seem to have stabilised, supply and demand fundamentals remain challenging, outgoing Kumba Iron Ore CEO Norman Mbazima said on Tuesday. Speaking at the Anglo American group...
13 Jun 2016
Documentary film sheds new light on struggle history
What's On
The media is herewith invited to the media roll-out of the documentary film, Tainted Heroes. The film will be showcased in theatres across the country and a world tour will also kick off later this...
05 May 2016
Du Plessis stalls iron-ore growth as Rio opts for ‘any-and-all’ debt cutting
While South African-born Rio Tinto chairperson Jan du Plessis was vowing not to expand Rio’s iron-ore division beyond 360-million tonnes a year, the globally perceived over-producer of iron-ore was...
21 Apr 2016
If we do nothing, we may find ourselves in police state – Kasrils
Former intelligence minister, Ronnie Kasrils, warned on Thursday that South Africa could become a police state, but added he was still hopeful about the country's future. With the rainbow nation...
29 Mar 2016
Local anger is rising against South Africa's 'resource curse'
South African society’s conflict with a mainstay of the country’s corporate economy – resource extraction – is permanently on display in the platinum, gold and coalfields in the north and...
10 Mar 2016
Mine closure option coming to fore as mine sale attempts drag
Because most mining majors are steering clear of giving their mining assets away at fire sale prices, the expectation is growing that care-and-maintenance closure options may take centre-stage. As...
01 Mar 2016
SAA: A second gateway in Nigeria materially strengthens SAA’s position in West Africa
South African Airways’ recently introduced flights from its Johannesburg hub to Abuja, Nigeria, holds much potential for growth on the continent. “Not only do we connect Abuja with South Africa,...
22 Feb 2016
Gauteng: David Makhura: Address by Gauteng Premier, during his State of The Province Address, Saul Tsotetsi Sports Complex, Sedibeng District Municipality (22/02/2016)
Today, the first sitting of our Provincial Legislature this year, takes place in Sedibeng, the Southern Corridor of the Gauteng City Region.
28 Jan 2016
SAA: SAA introduces Abuja as a second gateway in Nigeria
Abuja, Nigeria. 27 January 2016. South African Airways' (SAA) today launched flights to Abuja as a second gateway in Nigeria. The inaugural flight with a contingent of senior government officials,...
25 Nov 2015
Gold Fields to build 3D model of huge South Deep mine
A three-dimensional (3D) visualisation model of the large South Deep gold mine is poised to be the high point of a series of modernisation steps taken by the Gold Fields operation, which last week...
18 Nov 2015
South32 reviewing tailings dam risk after Brazil disaster
Diversified mining company South32, which was spun out of BHP Billiton earlier this year, is reviewing its tailings dam risk in the light of the collapse that killed 11 and displaced 600 at...
14 Oct 2015
SAA: South African Airways further strengthens its West African network, introduces Abuja
South African Airways (SAA), the leading carrier in the Sub-Saharan Africa region, has introduced a second entry point to Nigeria in its quest to enable trade and unlock mobility, which will...
02 Jul 2015
AfriForum and TAU SA: AfriForum and TAU SA announces half year statistics for farm attacks and murders; talk about upcoming plans and projects
AfriForum and the agricultural union TAU SA announced the statistics for farm attacks and murders that took place in the first part of 2015. They also announced upcoming plans and big projects for...
08 May 2015
Gauteng: Mpho Parks Tau: Address by Executive Mayor of Gauteng, during the state of the city address 2015, Gauteng Legislature (07/05/2015)
Madam Speaker, this is a responsibility and mandate that we proudly accept as a city. A city that knows it must turn challenges into opportunities. That understands its destiny is determined by its...
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