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Lonmin drops VP positions, introduces COO in board shake-up

Platinum major Lonmin has restructured its executive management team in a bid to streamline the company and rebuild its operational capacity after recently emerging from a nearly six-month-long strike that halted production at its only operating...
4th August 2014
 
PLATINUM

Recovering platinum miner forging ahead

A one-day wildcat strike at platinum producer Lonmin’s Saffy and Newman operations on March 5 has left mine management embarrassed and disappointed, as the illegal stoppage coincided with a media tour intended to showcase the company’s road to...
15th March 2013
 
Mining Personality

Mark Munroe

Position: Executive Vice President: Mining of Lonmin since 2009 Main Activity of the Company: Mining, processing, refining and marketing of platinum group metals Date and Place of Birth: November 24, 1968, Klerksdorp Education: Orkney Primary...
15th March 2013
 
Copper

Recovering platinum miner forging ahead

NATASCHA VILJOEN While talks about implementing future housing projects are ongoing, only 3 000 Lonmin employees are living in hostels, with a further 2 000 waiting for accommodation A one-day wildcat strike at platinum producer Lonmin’s Saffy and Newman operations on March 5 has left mine management embarrassed and disappointed, as the illegal stoppage coincided with a media tour intended to showcase the company’s road to...
15th March 2013
 
PLATINUM

It’s business unusual at ‘improving’ Lonmin – Munroe

Improvements are under way at Lonmin, the London- and Johannesburg-listed platinum company that was at the epicentre of last-year’s 44-death Marikana tragedy. “It’s business unusual,” according to Lonmin executive VP mining Mark Munroe.
5th March 2013
 
HEALTH AND SAFETY

Lonmin says significant safety records achieved at Marikana

London- and Johannesburg-listed Lonmin on Thursday said it had achieved 15-million fall-of-ground (FoG) fatality-free shifts across its Marikana operations and recorded six-million fatality-free shifts at its Karee shaft. “These milestones were...
24th January 2013
 
Platinum

Member disputes hindering platinum sector – Solidarity

As a newcomer, the Associated Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) is stuck in the past, using tactics and industrial relations methods that were employed more than 30 years ago, says trade union Solidarity general secretary Gideon du...
24th August 2012
 
Platinum

Zero harm is possible – Lonmin

Platinum mining company Lonmin has recorded a 7% improvement in efficiency at the Karee Mine 1 Belt shaft at its Marikana mine in Rustenburg, which its says proves the success of its upgraded training centres and team-effectiveness training. The...
24th August 2012
 
PLATINUM

Lonmin deadline extended, union says labour dispute not the only cause of violence

The violence that enveloped Lonmin’s Marikana mine, near Rustenburg, last week was not only the result of a wage dispute between employer and employees, trade union Solidarity said on Monday. Deputy general secretary Gideon du Plessis stated...
20th August 2012
 
Lonmin

Company Announcement: More Safety Accolades for Lonmin PDF Available

Lonmin, one of the country’s safest miners, has been honoured again for its safety record, this time with an international award: the John T Ryan Trophy
8th August 2012
 
Lonmin Plc

Company Announcement: Lonmin scoops multiple safety awards PDF Available

Lonmin Plc has been honoured by its peers with a host of prestigious industry safety awards.
5th December 2011
 
PLATINUM

Lonmin to spend $400m a year to grow platinum output

World number-three platinum miner Lonmin has revised its capital expenditure (capex) to about $400-million a year until 2015, executive VP for mining Mark Munroe said on Tuesday. The company has earmarked capex of $2-billion for the period 2011...
5th July 2011
 
 
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