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[VIDEO] Commercialising SA’ first helium reserve

An interview with Linde Engineering’s Dr. Alexander Brandl.


Resource-stock slump on JSE may just be getting started

A drop of more than 6% this week for Johannesburg-traded resources stocks may presage further declines.

Renergen pens deal for offtake from SA's first helium reserve

Agreement will see Afrox and Linde buying all offtake.

Groups seek uranium halt as SA mulls nuclear plants

Exposure to mining dust that may be radioactive increases risk of cancer and DNA mutations.

Why China is really dictating the oil supply glut

Ship tracking and import data suggest the country is stockpiling oil.

Gold may top $1 500/oz by mid-year

And send silver over $20/oz.

Rare earths: Will stockpiling go ahead or is this another false start?

A summary of the rare earth market report.

Some of Brien Lundin's precious metals picks are up 400%

So what's next?

Mobius says buy commodity stocks as rebound's just beginning

Raw-material prices, stocks 'went down too far'

Mountain of tin draws investors to world's largest untapped site

Alphamin braves armed groups and remote location in Democratic Republic of Congo.

DRDGOLD dividend yield set to top 10%

After surprise third quarter dividend.

Teck Resources goes from dud to darling as coal makes a comeback

Miner's shares have almost tripled as metallurgical coal and metals rise

Gold keeps shining

Nothing seems to be slowing down the gold market, even when speculators take a step back.

National Empowerment Fund wants in on SA mines dispute

The NEF’s quest to join court proceedings may further postpone the case.

BASF to face plea from Lonmin mine widows at shareholder meeting

Widows to ask company to pay $9.1 million into a fund to support the families of dead miners.

Midstream diamond demand fuelled by restocking

Company-by-company breakdown of diamond sales and jewellery value by market.

29 261 jobs on the line - Solidarity

Mineworkers most affected by 'retrenchment crisis'.

Another diamond CEO warns that industry recovery may not last

Petral CEO Dippenaar says industry should remain cautious.

Rosatom offers model for South Africa's nuclear future

Using the Hungarian example of building and operating reactors.

Anglo SA coal-mine sales said slowed by Eskom uncertainty

Power utility wants to transform ownership model for coal mines.

The real reason for the lack of load shedding

Electricity demand is back below levels last seen in 2008.

Hitting the sweet spot

Sibanye’s profitability to explode based on first quarter results.

Saudi prince says Aramco valuation seen at above $2 trillion

Could be the world's largest IPO.

Gold loses its shine in dentistry amid teeth-whitening craze

In the last five years gold demand in dentistry has plunged almost 60%

SA officials, firms to meet over empowerment rules next week - mines minister

Mining companies have opposed the proposed rules.

Anglo American Plc has more than doubled in value in 2016

London's best blue-chip stock Is the one analysts least love.



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