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Registrar eager to return to labour of love
Registrar eager to return to labour of love
Politics

“I am just a simple guy that wants to do a job,” says labour registrar Johan Crouse as he prepares to return to the job he fought hard to get back.

18 December 2016, 08:25am
Miners and families still waiting in vain for reparations
Miners and families still waiting in vain for reparations
Mpumalanga

The ‘delays in the transferring of funds’ promised to the Lily Mine survivors were dismissed as a minor bump in the road.

17 December 2016, 12:28pm
Blyvoor Gold directors accused of R10m theft
Blyvoor Gold directors accused of R10m theft
Crime & Courts

Former partners claim Bastiat Viljoen, his brother Dane and their partner Karel Potgieter were removing assets from Blyvoor Mine to sell for cash.

11 December 2016, 2:00pm
Government to begin payouts to Marikana victims
Government to begin payouts to Marikana victims
News

Government is ready to pay compensation for the victims of the violence at Lonmin's platinum mine at Marikana in 2012, the presidency said.

25 November 2016, 5:59pm
Mining Charter battle rages on
Mining Charter battle rages on
Economy

A war of words is continuing between the Department of Mineral Resources and the Chamber of Mines over the draft review of the Mining Charter.

27 September 2016, 6:39pm
Illegal mining out of control, says rescue organisation
Illegal mining out of control, says rescue organisation
Crime & Courts

Mines Rescue South Africa chief executive officer Christo de Klerk estimates there could be thousands of bodies of illegal miners trapped underground.

16 September 2016, 8:16pm
ANCYL calls for Zwane to address illegal mining
ANCYL calls for Zwane to address illegal mining
Business

The ANC Youth League said it was taken aback by Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane's handling of the recent accident in Langlaagte.

13 September 2016, 3:55pm
Little recourse for mining communities, SAHRC hears
Little recourse for mining communities, SAHRC hears
Business

There are little avenues available for mining communities to hold companies to account for underlying socioeconomic challenges, ...

8 September 2016, 3:52pm
Disparity between BEE scores and transformation in mining
Disparity between BEE scores and transformation in mining
Business

Some mining companies have high BEE scores, yet their level of transformation in terms of employment equity remains low, ...

6 September 2016, 11:44am
Sponsored – Shining with solar
Sponsored – Shining with solar
Business

Siemens-powered concentrated solar plant sets an African record of 161 hours for continuous operation.

17 August 2016, 07:30am
After #Marikana, mining problems persist
After #Marikana, mining problems persist
Economy

High unemployment, the migrant labour system and squalid living conditions remain major problems in SA's mining industry, warn experts.

16 August 2016, 4:00pm
#Marikana: ‘We’re still living in squalor’
#Marikana: ‘We’re still living in squalor’
Economy

Mohlaudi Mohlaudi lost friends in the Marikana massacre four years ago. Today, he isn't much better off than he was back then.

29 June 2016, 9:13pm
‘NUM is blocking prosperity of mineworkers’
‘NUM is blocking prosperity of mineworkers’
Economy

NUM was blocking the prosperity of workers in the mining industry, Joseph Mathunjwa, president of the rival Amcu said.

3 June 2016, 6:35pm
Silicosis ruling: mining companies file appeals
Silicosis ruling: mining companies file appeals
Features

The lawyers for gold mining companies implicated in a groundbreaking silicosis case have filed individual applications to ...

26 April 2016, 2:37pm
Diamond recovery may not last
Diamond recovery may not last
Features

Petra Diamonds warns that it's too early to tell if the sector's rebound from the worst year since 2009 will last.