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Compliance a priority as Covid-19 continues to shake up mining
Compliance a priority as Covid-19 continues to shake up miningArticle

Whether large-scale or artisanal, the need for mines to be compliant and ethical is highlighted by the implications for the environment, economy, and communities in which the mines operate...

Janine Espin 5 May 2021

Glencore Ferroalloys launches ESD programme to support local SMMEs
Glencore Ferroalloys launches ESD programme to support local SMMEsArticle

The company launched its first Enterprise and Supplier Development (ESD) Hub in Rustenburg on 1 March 2021...

12 Mar 2021

Kangra coal mine recommences operations
Kangra coal mine recommences operationsArticle

Coal mining company Kangra, which was put on care and maintenance due to Covid-19 lockdowns in the domestic and export markets has resumed operations...

11 Mar 2021

Minister of Mineral and Energy Resources Gwede Mantashe and Australian mining boss Mark Caruso during the minister’s visit to the Tormin mineral sands mine on the West Coast in February 2019. Photo: John Yeld
SA-linked Aussie mining executive in trouble with the law at homeArticle

Controversial Australian mining boss Mark Caruso, who is suing South African lawyers and environmental activists for millions of rands, is facing criminal charges at home of assault, aggravated home burglary and trespassing...

John Yeld 6 Oct 2020

Image source: Rex Gibson's Facebook.
Veteran journalist Rex Gibson has passed awayArticle

Rex Gibson, who was the last editor of respected South African newspaper, The Rand Daily Mail and who was at the coalface of the Apartheid era's most vicious censorship laws has died...

15 Jan 2020

[2013 trends] Who said magazines are dead?
[2013 trends] Who said magazines are dead?Article

What an interesting dilemma it was for me moving into publishing almost three years ago. The glossy was HERO and digital was a very, very bad word indeed. But I was excited that, for first time, I could really get to grips with CONTENT. In advertising that's the missing, quintessential link. In order to understand where I am headed here, let me contextualise my thinking by way of illustrating a historical, time-stamped journey of sorts.

Sue Disler 14 Jan 2013

Moneyweb deal makes Caxton a hyperlocal pathfinder
Moneyweb deal makes Caxton a hyperlocal pathfinderArticle

Earlier this month, a significant media deal was announced - that Moneyweb will be managing the online presence of Caxton's community newspapers - but then Sunday Times reporter Mzilikazi wa Afrika was arrested and our attention shifted utterly to the growing threat to media freedom in this country.

Gill Moodie: @grubstreetSA 27 Aug 2010

Creamer Media launches iPhone app
Creamer Media launches iPhone appArticle

In line with its philosophy of developing traditional news values, over new platforms, using new technology as it becomes available, the 27-year old Creamer Media group has launched what it believes to be the first locally-developed iPhone 3G application, for its Mining Weekly online publication.

21 Oct 2008

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