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Zimbabwe’s platinum industry calls for $2.8bn in new investment

The country could double annual platinum production in the next decade.

More Chinese resource acquisitions on the way

“Has a unique opportunity to acquire mining assets for the long-term.”

De Beers pens new deal with government of Namibia

This will be the longest contractual relationship between the two parties.

Zambia approves new copper price based royalty regime

Country adapting to new commodity price environment.

Cyanide spillage sees Aureus suspend New Liberty operations

Temporary suspension likely to wipe-out 2 000 ounces of gold production per week.

AngloGold files Obuasi dispute with Ghana on Iillegal miners

Government failing to secure Obuasi mine.

[INTERVIEW]: Mark Bristow, CEO of Randgold Resources

On first quarter performance and the $250 million cash stockpile.

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

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

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

Mining companies have opposed the proposed rules.

Anglo American shareholders revolt over executive pay

Growing shareholder opposition to remuneration packages in the sector are a sign of the times – Investec.

Randgold signs venture with billionaire Gertler’s Congo mine

Randgold can earn a minimum 51% stake in the project by funding and conducting exploration.

Sinosteel cedes half its chrome claims in Zimbabwe to state

Complying with Harare’s demands to chrome producers to give up some of their claims

Mugabe pauses on indigenous control of mining firms

In a bid to encourage investment.

A transformational year for Caledonia mining

Share price to be supported in the short and long-term.

AngloGold says illegal miners control richest deposits at Obuasi

Miner may consider its options as an investor if the illegal takeover continues.

World’s once-biggest gem field idle as $13bn said stolen

President Robert Mugabe says illicit trade in diamonds has cost the economy.

Africa gold producers wary despite price rebound

After four tough years producers in Africa are still too wary to call the bad times over.

De Beers delivers first gems at Jwaneng

The $2.2 billion plan will eventually access an estimated 110 million carats.

Basil Read gets back into heavy construction shape

Steps taken to limit claims, improve relationships.