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Unions picket Eskom as SA power woes continue

Unions picket Eskom as SA power woes continue

Unions against privatisation

Politics

16 JAN 2020
Dangerous rise in civil unrest threatens global mining industry

Dangerous rise in civil unrest threatens global mining industry

Threats include jihadist violence, disruption to exports, political intervention and criminal gangs.

Politics

15 JAN 2020
Junior sues Tanzania over 'nationalisation' of project 

Junior sues Tanzania over 'nationalisation' of project 

Legal action seeks renewal of title or damages after government expropriates retention leases

Prominent South African says crime in mining is deterring investors

Prominent South African says crime in mining is deterring investors

Sango Ntsaluba calls for paradigm shift

Politics

15 JAN 2020
Ecuador court rules mining referendums are possible

Ecuador court rules mining referendums are possible

Court opens door to popular votes against mining

US, Canada finalise critical minerals cooperation plan

US, Canada finalise critical minerals cooperation plan

The whole-of-government plan will strengthen the US-Canada critical minerals supply chain

India law change bolsters iron ore supply

India law change bolsters iron ore supply

Way cleared for dozens of iron mining leases to be auctioned off to new owners.

Politics

09 JAN 2020
BMW joins Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance

BMW joins Initiative for Responsible Mining Assurance

Initiative seeks to promote environmentally and socially responsible practices in the supply chain.

Politics

08 JAN 2020
Mendoza mining reform stopped by protests

Mendoza mining reform stopped by protests

Lifting of Mendoza mining ban shortlived

Copper News

06 JAN 2020
Portugal protests target Savannah lithium mine

Portugal protests target Savannah lithium mine

Local environmental concerns clash with attempts to establish European battery mineral supply chain

New Antioquia governor backs mining

New Antioquia governor backs mining

Antioquia governor makes pro-mining appointments

Politics

05 JAN 2020
Ring of Fire development forges ahead despite metals price lull

Ring of Fire development forges ahead despite metals price lull

Resource potential of region could underpin a new North American stainless steelmaking industry

Bulks

20 DEC 2019
Euromax treated 'more than shabbily' in North Macedonia

Euromax treated 'more than shabbily' in North Macedonia

Company considers arbitration regarding copper-gold project

Politics

18 DEC 2019
Pueblo Viejo power plant to burn natural gas in Q1

Pueblo Viejo power plant to burn natural gas in Q1

Converting Quisqueya I to natural gas will help reduce power generation costs by 30%

Ramaphosa must fix Eskom as miners stare into the abyss

Ramaphosa must fix Eskom as miners stare into the abyss

Massive challenge still ahead for South Africa's president

Leadership

17 DEC 2019