'Incredibly talented team' put together to advance Nimba iron ore project
The nature of countries in which industry operates dictates behaviour as much as the regulator
Miners forced to shutter mines and smelters following the introduction of rolling blackouts.
Pacific Bauxite disputes the cancellation of its licence ahead of an expected judgement.
Mincor's Cassini now development-ready
Terms of reference filed for enviro and social impact assessments in support of mining licence
Rivals dispute claims to historic mine, as independence referendum votes are counted.
Company expected to take €10 million hit from industrial action.
Fatalities at Village Main Reef's Tau Lekoa mine in South Africa confirmed following rockfall.
Glencore's woes mounted this week on news the UK prosecutor was investigating alleged bribery.
New challenges for miners amid heightened political risk
Force majeure after deaths, second contract ending
Argonaut faces major setback for San Antonio
Calls are growing for the industry to focus on building trust and delivering returns to shareholders
The proposed operation will not pollute, impair, or destroy the air, water and other resource
Mexico business groups reject efforts to restrict worker outsourcing