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Corporate Social Investment

Sibanye Gold hands over 100 family units to employees Video Available Restricted

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Through its housing project gold mining company Sibanye Gold was adhering to the Mining Charter, which called for decent living conditions for all mining company employees, Mineral Resource Minister Susan Shabangu said last week at the handover of...
9th August 2013
 
 
WOMEN IN MINING

Women making inroads into male-dominated mining sector despite challenges Restricted

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The mining industry faces many challenges from a macro and micro perspective, from fluctuating exchange rates to mineral prices and labour unrest.
9th August 2013
 
 
MARINE MINING

Deep-sea mining firms up standards as Nautilus ‘turns corner’ Restricted

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Nautilus Minerals has faced some tough times over the past 12 months, its difficulties mainly related to a commercial dispute between the company and the government of Papua New Guinea (PNG) that arose in June 2012. The disagreement’s knock-on...
8th August 2013
 
 
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT

Eco Oro waiting on Colombian ‘moment of truth’ to develop gold project Restricted

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Colombia-focused project developer Eco Oro Minerals is eagerly awaiting a decision by the Colombian government defining the boundaries of the Páramo of Santurbán, a newly proclaimed wilderness area that could potentially impact on the...
7th August 2013
 
 
Corporate Social Responsibility

Chinese investment in Canadian mining cautiously seeks more opportunities Restricted

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The acquisition of Canada-based Nexen by China National Offshore Oil Corporation, which closed on February 25 for $15.1-billion, provoked a national debate about Chinese investment in Canadian natural resources, including the mining sector. As the...
2nd August 2013
 
 
MANDELA DAY – 2

Anglo American Thermal Coal supports centre for abused women and children Restricted

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As a Mandela Day initiative coal mining major Anglo American Thermal Coal (AATC) pledged R250 000 on July 18 to the Ikhaya Lethemba centre for abused women and children, in Braamfontein, Johannesburg. Speaking at the centre’s Mandela Day event...
2nd August 2013
 
 
MANDELA DAY – 1

AngloGold Ashanti invests R1.9-million in host, labour-sending communities Restricted

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Inspired to make a difference on Mandela Day 2013, gold mining major AngloGold Ashanti spent R1.9-million on uplifting the company’s host and labour-sending communities to honour the life and legacy of former President Nelson Mandela on the...
2nd August 2013
 
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

Leon urges South Africa to sign global mining community convention Restricted

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South Africa should consider signing the International Labour Organisation’s (ILO’s) Convention 169, which deals with the rights of mining communities, says Webber Wentzel Africa mining head Peter Leon. Leon, who addressed the SAWEF 2013...
31st July 2013
 
 
 
 
 
 
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