January 1, 1970

Gold mining bloodbath continues as Sibanye eyes 7 400 job cuts

The mining bloodbath is continuing, with Sibanye Gold announcing a restructuring plan that could see about 7 400 jobs being cut. Source: News
January 1, 1970

Limpopo men charged with illegal chrome mining granted bail

Two men allegedly involved in an illegal chrome mining syndicate in Limpopo have each been granted R8 000 bail by the Thabamoopo Magistrate’s Court. Source: News
January 1, 1970

Retrenching 8 500 SA workers will cost AngloGold R625m

AngloGold Ashanti expects to make a half-year loss of up to R1.3bn, partly as a result of the R625m once-off non-cash provisions it has set aside […]
January 1, 1970

Anglo, gold miners set aside millions for lung disease claims

South African mining firms, including Anglo American, are preparing a R1bn settlement with as many as 100 000 former workers suffering from deadly lung diseases. Source: […]