More work is needed to address the underlying regulatory issues that threaten business, says Sibanye Gold boss Neal Froneman.
Anglo American shares shot up 7% on the JSE on Thursday after the company said it has cut down its losses.
SABMiller shares dropped 2.03% on the JSE on Thursday amid reports that the board had asked employees to stop working on integration with AB InBev.
Eskom has postponed the signing of a 20-year power purchase agreement with Redstone Solar Thermal Power Project “until further notice”.
Eskom questions the role of renewable energy, jeopardising a programme touted as one of the most attractive for wind and ...
Dangote Cement signals it may ease the pace of adding new capacity amid foreign exchange constraints in its home market of Nigeria.
Shares in Impala Platinum may be poised to drop in Johannesburg trading, technical indicators used by some analysts show.
British American Tobacco is eliminating 950 jobs at a German factory and looking for new markets.
Sibanye Gold says investments in its operations mean it will maintain output at more than 1 million ounces annually for at least 12 years.
There is resistance from SABMiller shareholders, who say they haven’t been compensated enough for the pound’s recent plunge.
Last year might be remembered as Anglo American’s near-death experience - but 2016 looks brighter for the company.
MTN Nigeria is preparing for a listing on the Nigerian Stock Exchange as soon as this is commercially and legally possible.
The collapse in commodity prices impacted Anglo American’s profit in the first half of the year.
Sibanye Gold expects earnings for the half year to June to leap by up to 611% as it continues printing money on the strengthening ...
Vodacom is in talks with the Tanzanian government to extend the time it has to list its shares on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange.