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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 - 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 - 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 - 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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Mining News Pro - Anglo American wants to explore for base metals in South Africa, but the country needs regulatory changes to make it more competitive with other mining jurisdictions, CEO Mark Cutifani said on Wednesday.

Mining News Pro - South Africa has 22 operating manganese mines, with only four of them owned in part by Johannesburg Stock Exchange- (JSE-) listed companies, AmaranthCX director Paul Miller has calculated.

Mining News Pro - Sibanye-Stillwater CEO Neal Froneman said on Monday he wanted to increase the mining company`s exposure to gold, but added that it was a difficult time to do deals.

Mining News Pro - South Africa is banking on a rejuvenation of its flagging mining industry to help counter the economic devastation wrought by the coronavirus and a lockdown that was imposed to curb its spread.

Mining News Pro - The Competition Commission has recommended that the Competition Tribunal approve the proposed transaction whereby Thabong Coal, a subsidiary of Seriti Resources, intends to acquire South32 South Africa Coal Holdings (SAEC) with conditions.

Mining News Pro - The Covid-19 pandemic has presented countries around the world with immense challenges, as the impact of the virus has affected every aspect of everyday life as we know it, write Dr Cosmas Chiteme, Dr Rebecca Maserumule and Prof Dmitri Bessarabov. (Chiteme and Maserumule are senior managers at the Department of Science and Innovation responsible for power and hydrogen and energy respectively, and Bessarabov is the Director for HySA Infrastructure Competence Centre, co-hosted by North West University and the CSIR).

Mining News Pro - Drilling company Master Drilling, which is operating in 23 countries, does not foresee significant fixed capital being spent in South Africa, even though the company is finding strong demand pull in other main mining jurisdictions and earned most of its half-year revenue and highest profit margin in African countries outside of South Africa.

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