Major miners are again showing their colours as cyclical beasts
Weren't low commodity prices meant to leave us with only clever companies?
Hard as it is to predict the future for miners, some things we know for certain
Non-producing assets can't protect miners from their creditors
Failing to acknowledge mining as a necessity leads to extraneous existence
Concerning yourself with the opinions of others has limited merit
A recovery will come, but only after investors get sick of current fads
WSJ's failure to acknowledge the human cost of the Samarco disaster was despicable
Is Lonmin the exception that proves the rule?
It's not mine suppliers that have most fat to trim off procurement costs
A problem delayed is not necessarily a problem solved
Not enough rope to hang a non-executive
Platinum producers haven't done themselves any favours
Pen is mightier than the sword (or in other words, we told you so)
Thou shalt not shout from a house made of purest silica
Annual conference bashes might take on a whole new meaning