Anglo American announces its donation of $100 million to create a special endowment to support the sustainability work of the Anglo American Foundation.
This year marks a historic milestone for Knight Piésold, a consulting engineering firm whose roots go back 100 years in South Africa.
Having gone through the first bout of the COVID-19 pandemic, the world is now in the grips of a second wave.
Platinum is 30 times rarer than gold, and South Africa has a unique advantage over many other mining jurisdictions as it is home to the largest platinum group metal (PGM) deposits in the world.
The World Coal Association (WCA) is pleased to announce the appointment of July Ndlovu, CEO of Anglo American’s coal business in South Africa, as new Chairman.
The slowdown in B-bBEE deals due to a poor economy and regulatory policies has led to empowerment fatigue and a paucity of funding, writes Duma Gqubule.
Business confidence is flagging fast as the economy rapidly approaches crisis point, writes Duma Gqubule.
Sponsored: Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive, Anglo American, globally recognised as an extraordinary leader and trailblazer in industry innovation, was inducted into the Joburg Indaba’s SA Mining Hall of Fame in Johannesburg last night (1st October).
Botswana Stock Exchange (BSE)-listed Minergy Limited, the coal mining and trading company owning 100% of the 390-million tonne Masama Coal Project in the Mmambula Coalfield, today provided the market with an update on the status of the project.
Diversified mining house Anglo American has appointed Nolitha Fakude as chairperson of Anglo American’s management board in South Africa, effective 1 September 2019.
Diversified mining house, Anglo American has announced its intention of returning up to $1 billion to its shareholders through share buyback programme.
The Minerals Council South Africa’s (MCSA) Board members recently elected the new Office Bearers for 2019/2020 at the 129th Annual General Meeting.
The Minerals Council South Africa (formerly known as the Chamber of Mines) recently re-elected its current bearers to serve for the 2018/19 term of office.