The National Energy Regulator approves Eskom's request for an extension to submit the new Multi-Year Price Determination application.
AMCU is seeking pay increases that are more than double SA’s inflation rate.from world’s three largest platinum producers.
EE Publishers’ Chris Yelland examines the cost of Medupi and Kusile power stations over the years and finds billions have been added to the cost.
Exxon Mobil and Qatar Petroleum team up to look at gas assets in Mozambique, according to four people with knowledge of their plans.
Eskom and Anglo American could soon butt heads over the performance of Anglo’s New Denmark colliery.
Recent findings by Empowerdex, stating that SA’s deep-sea trawling industry is 62.36% black-owned, did not come as a surprise to Oceana.
Keeping giant gems intact during the mining process is a challenge.
Edcon wants consent from senior creditors to obtain as much as R1.5 billion from banks and bondholders to restructure its debt.
Short sellers are taking aim at South Africa’s weakening economy by punishing the country’s retailers.
The DA asks whether Eskom has been captured by the Guptas after its CEO Brian Molefe yesterday defended the controversial family.
Australia-based Tawana Resources, which mines in Liberia, has asked the JSE to suspend trading in its shares pending a deal.
Talks with coal miners including Anglo American and Exxaro to transfer assets will be “a painful process”, says Eskom’s Matshela Koko.
Eastern Platinum has entered into an agreement with certain minority shareholders to buy their interests in all the company’s projects for $13m.
BMW South Africa has taken the first step in a long-term strategy to expand the footprint of both its car and motorcycle ...
Eskom chief executive Brian Molefe vociferously defends the Gupta family, saying they have been subjected to a “kangaroo court”.