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A different kind of trend-setting

While the so-called ice-bucket challenge continued to take the world by storm some in the mining industry...



New beginnings

As all eyes stay glued to our television screens as the World Cup gets into full swing in Brazil, it's...

Green-energy development on former coal-mine site in Wales

A 4MW wind-energy development has been unveiled in Wales on the site of a former coal mine. The development...

Europe/Middle East

27 JUNE 2014

The best sustainable mining companies

Erratic commodity prices, shifting demand, deteriorating industrial relations, falling productivity and...


25 JUNE 2014

Thinking beyond a paradox

A growing number of mining and metals companies have turned their attention to addressing the social...


01 APRIL 2014

CSR: Eradicating conflict

The Sustainable Development day at this year's Mining Indaba in Cape Town focused on two issues that...


01 APRIL 2014

Mining must be engine for communities

“Mining needs to be an engine for local economies,”� said archbishop Njogonkula Ndungane during an impassioned...


01 APRIL 2014

Finland: Mining boom

Finland is undergoing an unprecedented boom in mining, as documented in 2012's Mining Journal Nordic...


18 OCTOBER 2013

Anglo American appoints African healthcare expert as non-executive

Anglo American plc has announced the appointment of Mphu Ramatlapeng as a non-executive director. ...


08 JULY 2013

Anglo American puts a value on sustainability

Anglo American plc has launched a new project-management system designed to fully integrate sustainability...


28 JUNE 2013

Toro given green light to develop Wiluna uranium mine

The Western Australian government has finally given Adelaide-based uranium developer Toro Energy Limited...


04 APRIL 2013

Special report: From global to local

It was fitting, perhaps, that as the outgoing chief executive (CEO) of South Africa-based gold producer...


28 MARCH 2013