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CORPORATE ACTIVITY

Anglo, DBSA establish R500m fund Restricted

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Mining giant Anglo American and the Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) have launched a R500-million fund that would work toward poverty alleviation and job creation in poverty nodes and high unemployment areas and communities. The DBSA...
31st October 2013
 
 
PLATINUM

'If I were a manager today, I would refuse to deduct garnishee orders' – Godsell Restricted

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Former AngloGold Ashanti CEO Bobby Godsell said on Wednesday that if he were still a manager today, he would refuse to deduct garnishee orders, which he believed played a nefarious role in the build up to the Marikana tragedy. The Business...
30th October 2013
 
 
MINERALS RESEARCH

Saskatchewan Research Council's new mineral processing pilot plant open Restricted

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The Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) officially opened its new mineral processing pilot plant in Saskatoon on Friday. The pilot plant, announced in the fall of 2012, was now fully operational and had been well-received by the mining industry,...
25th October 2013
 
 
EMPLOYEE HOUSING

Implats delivers first homes in Platinum Village development Restricted

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Reaffirming its commitment to providing employer-assisted home-ownership solutions for employees, platinum mining major Impala Platinum (Implats) has handed over the first completed houses to new homeowners at its second home-ownership flagship...
25th October 2013
 
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

Kyrgyzstan govt rejects MoU with Centerra Gold – reports Restricted

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Kumtor TSX-listed miner Centerra Gold on Wednesday warned that it had become aware of Kyrgyz news reports stating that the country's Parliament had passed a decree rejecting the nonbinding memorandum of understanding (MoU) inked between the Kyrgyz...
23rd October 2013
 
 
SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT

Embed risk assessment and CSR early or face failure - Linsker Restricted

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Companies need to embed risk assessment and corporate social responsibility (CSR) from the inception of a mining project’s life, Control Risks’ VP for global services in the Americas, Daniel Linsker, told delegates at the Canada-South Africa...
21st October 2013
 
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT

Miner builds R1.8m science lab for labour-sending community Restricted

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As part of its ongoing commitment to supporting its host and labour-sending communities, gold mining major AngloGold Ashanti South Africa has unveiled a R1.8-million science laboratory at Goso Forest Junior Secondary School in Lusikisiki, Eastern...
18th October 2013
 
 
Mozambique

Mozambican coal attracts Spanish, while two new projects are launched Restricted

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Spanish business is eager to get involved in Mozambique’s coal and natural gas sectors. This became clear at the Spain-Mozambique Business Summit in Maputo, held on October 8 and 9. The interest is both in the exploration and exploitation of...
18th October 2013
 
 
 
 
 
 
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