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[Listen]: SA’s mining industry continues to face tough times in the wake of uncertainty

SA mining companies together recorded R46bn in losses for the year – Andries Rossouw – assurance partner, PwC.

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Bristow leaning on Kibali to step up

Maintains production guidance at 600 000 ounces.

Impala Platinum refinery workers in SA strike over pay

Five rounds of pay talks between company, union unsuccessful.

Wesziwe sees Heps rising 3466%

To 10.34 cents per share for the six months ending June.

BHP's future when iron ore demand wanes is awfully bleak

If BHP wants to survive another century, it's going to need to spend up to shift focus.

Africa has world's largest in-situ reserves and resources of gold

According to a study by SNL Metals and Mining.

Resource stocks are back in vogue

But don't jump on the bandwagon based solely on the promise of higher commodity prices.

Goldman says higher coking coal prices are here to stay

Raised 2017 price forecast by 64%.

Anglo American names Fortescue CFO Pearce new finance director

Pearce will join Anglo in January and take up his new post on April 24.

Zama zamas are here to stay

According to prominent mining lawyer, Warren Beech. Trying to police and discourage illegal miners is extremely hard to do.

Mining Indaba plans return to its winning formula

Organisers cutting revenue streams to improve value proposition.

ICMM President: 'BHP-Vale spill is a wake-up call to industry'

Minimising risks wherever they exist is necessary to prevent this from happening again.

Africa could be the great economic success of this century

An op-ed by Michael Bloomberg and Secretary Penny Pritzker.

Pan African looks to Elikhulu to sustain performance

After outstanding results for the year ending June.

BHP Billiton's CEO takes massive pay cut after Samarco dam disaster

Receives no performance-related bonus, leading to his remuneration being halved.

Giant Gold Fields mine won't be so giant for up to five years

Will be smaller than initially planned.

[LISTEN]: Momentum Asset Management's view of the resource market

Per Norman Mackechnie, fund manager.