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Mining News Pro - Vedanta Zinc International said that mining has started again at its Gamsberg mine in South Africa following a closure in November when the pit wall collapsed, trapping miners underground.

Mining News Pro - Normally, China does not import coal from South Africa, but 2021 has seen a seismic shift.

Mining News Pro - Stellar AfricaGold has completed an independent technical report on the potential of the Tichka Est gold project, in Morocco.

Mining News Pro - Investment company Critical Metals says it stands ready to drive its strategy forward, despite the uncertainty around the supply of and demand for critical metals, as the need to invest in a stable supply becomes increasingly apparent.

Mining News Pro - South African stocks advanced for a second day, boosted by gold producers as demand for haven assets supported bullion prices amid the latest news on the coronavirus pandemic.

Mining News Pro - South African authorities arrested three suspected smugglers after finding 73.5 kilograms (162 pounds) of gold bars worth about 66 million rand ($4.5 million) in their hand luggage.

Mining News Pro - Rebel fighters in Central African Republic attacked and partially occupied a diamond-mining town on Sunday, four security and humanitarian sources said, a day before authorities are due to declare results of the presidential election.

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s antitrust tribunal on Wednesday approved the sale of Australia’s South32 thermal coal business to Seriti Resources Holdings, clearing another hurdle in the miner’s way to sealing the deal.

Mining News Pro - The National Business Initiative, together with Corruption Watch (CW) and independent London-based global think tank Overseas Development Institute (ODI), have launched the `Transparency in Corporate Reporting 2020` report.

Mining News Pro - Vedanta`s zinc unit said on Thursday it was still searching for an employee who was trapped underground following a rockfall last week at its Gamsberg zinc mine in South Africa.

Mining News Pro - Mobility technology company Bombardier Transportation reports that, as of November 26, its locomotive fleet provided to State-owned logistics company Transnet has successfully completed ten-million kilometres in service since operations began in December 2017.

Mining News Pro - There are a myriad of opportunities that the mining industry can capitalise on, and the Covid-19 pandemic has provided a major catalyst for the collaboration required to unlock it, speakers said during a mining-focused session at the South African Investment Conference on November 17.

Mining News Pro - Anglo American is on track to exceed its original investment commitment to South Africa, despite Covid-19 impacts.

Mining News Pro - Despite analyst fears at the start of this year that countries could shift their focus away from reducing carbon emissions, business intelligence firm CRU senior analyst George Heppel says much of the year has been focused on green recovery concepts.

Mining News Pro - Africa needs to cultivate a cluster of “real catalytic investors to mount strong, build-back better resilient mining investment” in response to the global Covid-19 pandemic, says Africa investor Hubert Danso.

Mining News Pro - West Africa’s top court ruled on Tuesday that Guinea was responsible for the death of six villagers and the illegal arrest, injury or torture of 15 others during a 2012 protest near an iron ore project owned by Vale and BSG Resources.

Mining News Pro - Gold miner West African Resources has completed an early repayment of its $25-million debt finance facility with Taurus Funds Management.

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s mining minister on Tuesday accused Sibanye-Stillwater of breaching regulations on Black ownership targets at its gold operations and said the miner had stolen its compliance rating.

Mining News Pro - Rainbow Rare Earths has signed a binding agreement for the co-development of the Phalaborwa rare earths project, in South Africa, with Bosveld Phosphates.

Mining News Pro - Global ratings agency S&P recently undertook positive rating actions on three South Africa-based miners – AngloGold Ashanti, Gold Fields and Sibanye-Stillwater – based on accelerated deleveraging.

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