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iMINE

As half the globe knows by now, Apple Inc has put an end to weeks of speculation by unveiling its new...

PGMs

05 FEBRUARY 2010

Endings and beginnings

AS WE make the transition from one decade to the next, the mining industry can be proud of what it has...

Africa

03 FEBRUARY 2010

Diamonds, De Beers and defying the resources curse

THE idea that countries richly endowed with natural resources could be at a disadvantage to other states...

Africa

03 FEBRUARY 2010

Countering the curse

THE notion of the so-called ‘resource curse', has been much debated by economists, political scientists,...

Africa

03 FEBRUARY 2010

South Africa's mining legacy

GOLD has been a blessing or, at least, an economic driver for South Africa since the 19th Century. Mining...

Africa

03 FEBRUARY 2010

Casual corruption

The mining industry is castigated in a Mining Journal article this week. The criticism is all the more...

PGMs

29 JANUARY 2010

Soldiering on

With this week's Mining Journal we include a supplement on mining in Africa to coincide with the imminent...

Africa

22 JANUARY 2010

Anglo Platinum earnings fall

Anglo Platinum Ltd, the world's largest platinum producer, said it expects its basic earnings for the...

Africa

22 JANUARY 2010

Story time

As a mining-company executive (if you are not, bear with me – pretend), what is your worst corporate...

PGMs

15 JANUARY 2010

Taking sight

Turning insight into foresight takes a particular skill, and can only be properly judged, of course,...

Europe/Middle East

08 JANUARY 2010

Solomon back in at Wesizwe

Michael Solomon and Robert Rainey were voted back on to the board of Wesizwe Platinum Ltd on Thursday,...

Africa

18 DECEMBER 2009

Africa's turn

As we draw to the end of the first decade of the new millennium, it is easy to visualise at least one...

Africa

18 DECEMBER 2009