George Claassen asks if it was unfair to name Mallett at all in a case of alleged misconduct that clearly has no relevance to him?
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union is meeting its members across the country’s Platinum Belt this week, before presenting demands to seven producers, Secretary General Jeffrey Mphahlele has said.
Lonmin has completed its acquisition of Anglo Platinum's 42.5% interest in the Pandora Joint Venture, as well as the 7.5% interest of Mvelapanda Resources.
Shares in Anglo American Platinum have edged lower on news that the company expects half-year earnings to be as much as 67% lower due to impairments.
Residents have staged a violent protest over an allegedly botched graves relocation project at Angloplat mine in Limpopo.
The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union says it won't hesitate to call a strike if its members vote in favour of a walk-out.
Anglo American Platinum says membership of the hardline Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union in its shafts has risen to 60% from 40% in July.
President Jacob Zuma says that mining companies were almost engaging in blackmail when they announced plans to close mines and lay off workers.
Mining should retain its prominent position, says Mzwandile Jacks.
If Anglo Platinum's review strategy is the new paradigm the mining industry is reaching, it is a tough act to follow, says Jarred Myers.
Anglo Platinum says it has started discussions with unions to facilitate the return of workers at its North West mines.
When the world’s biggest platinum miners sit down with labour unions this month to negotiate a three-year wage deal, it could prove an early test of Cyril Ramaphosa’s new presidency.
Production from Anglo American Platinum’s Unki mine in Zimbabwe for the six months to end-June 2017 has gone up by 5% on the back of improving grades, while cash costs have declined.
Echoes of Fidentia disaster as Bophelo Beneficiary Fund’s failure to pay workers’ pension money leaves families devastated.
With stockpiles depleted and most miners in desperate financial straits, a settlement to the crippling platinum sector strike is likely within the next week.
The Water Research Commission has embarked on an extensive study which aims to map surface and underground water currently influenced by mines.
The National Union of Mineworkers says it has agreed a two-year salary deal for hikes of 7.5 to 8.5% with Anglo Platinum.
A Fin24 user has commented on a column by Mzwandile Jacks, highlighting what he calls the "fallacy" of his views.
Peter Attard Montalto presents his views on the Amplats review strategy.
Jarred Myers presents three options for the Amplats review - vote now.
The world's largest platinum producer, Anglo Platinum has threatened to take legal action against striking workers that did not return to work.
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