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Philip Fourie, executive head of safety and sustainable development, Kumba Iron Ore
Six steps to achieve Zero HarmArticle

After two fatality free years, Kumba Iron Ore believes that Zero Harm is achievable, but the change in mindset needs to start at the top..

14 Nov 2018

Kumba's investment in drone technology is paying off
Kumba's investment in drone technology is paying offArticle

Two years of navigating legal, governance and logistical challenges to obtain an operating licence to fly its own drones has paid off for Kumba Iron Ore...

4 Jul 2018

Kumba's Sishen mine. Photo: Anglo American Kumba
Kumba: low grade waste boostArticle

Kumba Iron Ore is on the verge of advancing a year-long final study of technology that will unlock valuable ore from millions of tonnes of low-grade waste it generates every year...

8 Mar 2018

Basani Maluleke, incoming CEO: African Bank. Photo: Kellogg School of Management
First black woman set to be bank CEOArticle

Basani Maluleke looks set to become SA's first black woman bank CEO...

19 Oct 2017

Modernisation pioneers offered a test mine
Modernisation pioneers offered a test mineArticle

A team of mining researchers have been gifted an underground South African mine to test new ideas and technologies...

Allan Seccombe 6 Jun 2017

Multinationals under the spotlight in 2017 Budget Speech
Multinationals under the spotlight in 2017 Budget SpeechArticle

In his recent budget speech, South African Minister of Finance, Pravin Gordhan, emphasised that combating tax avoidance by multinational enterprises is still a top priority...

Noxolo Ntombela 6 Mar 2017

Source: Investing in African Mining Indaba
Anglo exceeds its debt-busting targetArticle

Anglo American reduced its net debt by a third during 2016, far exceeding its target, and said dividends could be resumed at the end of the year...

Allan Seccombe 22 Feb 2017

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JSE opens marginally higher on retailers ahead of rate decisionArticle

The JSE opened marginally higher on Tuesday in lacklustre trade ahead of the Reserve Bank's interest rate decision later in the day...

Maarten Mittner 24 Jan 2017

#BizTrends2017: Some sexy stuff is coming for the mining sector
#BizTrends2017: Some sexy stuff is coming for the mining sectorArticle

If the mining industry is to survive and propel itself into the next decade, innovating is a necessity, not a choice...

Danette Breitenbach 28 Dec 2016

Presidents and pioneers honoured at the National Business Awards
Presidents and pioneers honoured at the National Business AwardsArticle

The 14th annual National Business Awards gave business and government leaders the red carpet treatment, when they gathered to honour South Africa's most innovative and fast-growing companies...

Issued by Topco Media 18 Nov 2016

Dancing with elephants. Image © Maryka Ludik
Dancing under the stars with elephants at the IABC Africa gala dinnerArticle

It was a night of celebrating SA's top communicators as well as a night of firsts - stomping across the dance floor to silent disco beats, anyone? That's just one way we acknowledged the 'elephants in the room', along with the first starry constellation of IABC Africa Silver Quill winners...

Leigh Andrews 8 Nov 2016

Construction settlement pact leaves BEE waters murky
Construction settlement pact leaves BEE waters murkyArticle

Far from making things clearer, the government's so-called settlement agreement with seven major construction groups has further muddied the waters with regard to its proposed R4tn infrastructure spending programme over 15 years.

Mark Allix 28 Oct 2016

Kumba in rail talks amid cut in expenses
Kumba in rail talks amid cut in expensesArticle

Kumba Iron Ore, which aims to be debt-free by year end, has started talks with Transnet about take-or-pay provisions in a rail contract for sending ore to Saldanha port...

10 Feb 2016

Small-cap investors are 2015's big winners
Small-cap investors are 2015's big winnersArticle

Investors in selected small-cap shares made the best returns on the JSE in the past year, while shareholders who hung onto the world's biggest platinum miners bore the greatest losses...

Charlotte Mathews 5 Jan 2016

Training Force buys Prisma Training Solutions
Training Force buys Prisma Training SolutionsArticle

Prisma Training Solutions, an accredited training service provider in the mining sector, has been acquired for R65 million by Workforce Holdings...

8 Oct 2015

Malkop Festival launches on West Coast
Malkop Festival launches on West CoastArticle

The Malkop Festival, to be held on 4 and 5 December, 2015, at the Malkoppan Guest Farm, Lambert's Bay will feature 26 of South Africa's most talented acts (including rock royalty Koos Kombuis, Valiant Swart and Arno Carstens).

7 Oct 2015

Steel maker Evraz owes creditors R1.2bn
Steel maker Evraz owes creditors R1.2bnArticle

The "temporary" cessation of business at Evraz Highveld Steel and Vanadium has put about 600 suppliers out of pocket...

Mark Allix 5 Aug 2015

Anglo American appoints Tony O'Neill to board
Anglo American appoints Tony O'Neill to boardArticle

Tony O'Neill joined Anglo American as group director: technical in September 2013, with responsibility for mining and technology, business performance, projects and SHE (safety, health and environment)...

23 Jul 2015

Kumba Iron Ore H1 operating profit margin decreased to 28% vs 47%
Kumba Iron Ore H1 operating profit margin decreased to 28% vs 47%Article

Kumba Iron Ore withheld its interim dividend, citing a volatile and depressed market for the steel-making ingredient that lowered...

21 Jul 2015

Kumba in talks to close mine, 1,200 jobs at stake
Kumba in talks to close mine, 1,200 jobs at stakeArticle

Almost 1,200 mineworkers could lose their jobs, after Kumba Iron Ore announced on Thursday, 16 July 2015, that it had started a consultation process to close its Thabazimbi mine in Limpopo Province...

16 Jul 2015

Kumba names Andile Sangqu as non-executive director
Kumba names Andile Sangqu as non-executive directorArticle

Kumba Iron Ore said on Monday, 29 June, it had named Andile Sangqu as a non-executive director of the company...

30 Jun 2015

Kumba Iron Ore victim of global glut
Kumba Iron Ore victim of global glutArticle

Kumba Iron Ore, the Anglo American-owned company that is the largest producer of iron ore in SA, is in trouble...

Shaun Harris 22 Jun 2015

SAHRC called on to investigate denial of human rights around mine
SAHRC called on to investigate denial of human rights around mineArticle

Neither the rights of the environment nor the human rights of individuals, are protected by mining legislation around Sishen Mine in the Northern Cape...

9 Jun 2015

Kumba Iron Ore needs to close the gap between money spent and its impact
Kumba Iron Ore needs to close the gap between money spent and its impactArticle

According to the Bench Marks Foundation, Kumba Iron Ore Limited needs to translate its financial outlay in surrounding communities into visible development impacts...

8 Jun 2015

Anglo American announces changes in leadership structure
Anglo American announces changes in leadership structureArticle

Anglo American plc has announced changes to its leadership structure in South Africa following a detailed governance review...

28 May 2015

Judges come clean on riches
Judges come clean on richesArticle

All are equal before the law, but, as with everything else in life, even among judges it appears there are those who have much and those who do not...

Pericles Anetos 31 Mar 2015

Vans teams up with Skateboarding for Hope
Vans teams up with Skateboarding for HopeArticle

Vans has signed up as presenting partner for the year-long Skateboarding for Hope community outreach programme...

11 Mar 2015

Redefine expands portfolio with Leaf Capital purchase
Redefine expands portfolio with Leaf Capital purchaseArticle

Redefine Properties plans to acquire Leaf Capital and its Western Cape-dominated office portfolio for about R4.1bn in what could be interpreted as a vote of confidence in South African premium offices...

Alistair Anderson 29 Jan 2015

Ten of the best: SA's Top Employers announced
Ten of the best: SA's Top Employers announcedArticle

The Top Employers Institute has identified the ten top companies in South Africa that are going the extra mile for their people...

Issued by Top Employers Institute 15 Oct 2014

Kumba hands over R16m bioenergy and organic vegetable project
Kumba hands over R16m bioenergy and organic vegetable projectArticle

Kumba Iron Ore's Thabazimbi mine launched a R16-million farming project in the community of Regorogile, near Thabazimbi, earlier this month.

16 Sep 2014

Kumba invests R10.5m in solar-powered internet school initiative
Kumba invests R10.5m in solar-powered internet school initiativeArticle

The first of four solar-powered internet schools has been opened at Jiyana Secondary School in Tembisa.

1 Sep 2014

Kumba Iron awards star performers
Kumba Iron awards star performersArticle

Anglo American's Kumba Iron Ore recognised a record number of employees at the company's annual Laurel Awards event, which was recently held at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg.

29 Jul 2014

Key mining houses look online to sell assets
Key mining houses look online to sell assetsArticle

Exxaro, Harmony, Anglo, Diesel Power and SA Taxi will take a variety of assets to auction during late July. The assets will be sold via a leading online mining auctioneering platform.

18 Jul 2014

Gold Quills for Africa
Gold Quills for AfricaArticle

At the recent International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) 2014 Gold Quill Awards, held at its world conference in Toronto, nine African entrants received an African Gold Quill Award...

17 Jul 2014

Assmang to buy Gabon iron ore stake
Assmang to buy Gabon iron ore stakeArticle

Assmag, the iron ore and ferro-alloy producer owned jointly by Assore (ASR) and Patrice Motsepe's African Rainbow Minerals (ARI), has struck a deal to invest in an iron ore project in West Africa.

Brendan Ryan 6 May 2014

Kumba West Coast Classic to be hosted in Lambert's Bay
Kumba West Coast Classic to be hosted in Lambert's BayArticle

The most highly anticipated event on the South African Bodyboarding Association circuit will see the country's top bodyboarders compete for a place in the national championship.

24 Apr 2014

Finalists for the 13th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards announced
Finalists for the 13th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards announcedArticle

The finalists for the 13th Annual Oliver Empowerment Awards have been shortlisted. The nominees are narrowed down to the best business and government leaders in transformation that South Africa has ever seen.

Issued by Topco Media 20 Mar 2014

Anglo committed to uplifting education
Anglo committed to uplifting educationArticle

Anglo American's business unit, Kumba Iron Ore, has for the second consecutive year demonstrated its commitment to uplifting education and making a difference in the communities associated with its operations.

30 Jan 2014

Kumba, Anglo 'looking to build organically' in Gabon
Kumba, Anglo 'looking to build organically' in GabonArticle

Kumba Iron Ore (KIO) and its largest shareholder‚ Anglo American (AGL)‚ have made their long-awaited move into West Africa by agreeing with London-listed Ferrex to fund a study into a possible iron-ore mine in Gabon.

Allan Seccombe 7 Jan 2014

Beekeepers get financial support from Kumba
Beekeepers get financial support from KumbaArticle

The Rekgaratlhile Honey Bee Project in the Tsantsabane local municipality has turned bees into tiny winged allies in building a sustainable enterprise that will provide the impoverished rural community with employment opportunities.

3 Dec 2013

SA companies excel in climate report
SA companies excel in climate reportArticle

The Carbon Disclosure Programme's (CDP) 2013 Global 500 Climate Report has revealed that 63% of the South African companies in the Global 500 achieved disclosure scores of over 90%. This ranks South Africa amongst the top five countries in the world.

28 Nov 2013

Kumba's shares slump more than 35%
Kumba's shares slump more than 35%Article

Shares in Kumba Iron Ore have tumbled more than 35% this year‚ since peaking at a record high on 4 February.

27 Nov 2013

NBAs benefit SA by uniting public and private sectors
NBAs benefit SA by uniting public and private sectorsArticle

Business leaders from both the public and private sectors assembled at Emperors Palace in Johannesburg for the NBAs, hosted by Topco Media, to recognise and celebrate excellence and innovation in business over the last year.

Issued by Topco Media 21 Nov 2013

ArcelorMittal SA climbs to highest levels since Sept 2012
ArcelorMittal SA climbs to highest levels since Sept 2012Article

ArcelorMittal SA (ACL‚ Amsa) shares climbed more than 3% in mid-morning trade on Monday, 18 November 2013.

19 Nov 2013

Kumba's drive to fix 'nightmare' Sishen mine
Kumba's drive to fix 'nightmare' Sishen mineArticle

Kumba Iron Ore aims to restore the flagship Sishen mine to full‚ sustainable production as quickly as possible after the company issued quarterly output data and export sales expectations that shocked the market.

Allan Seccombe 12 Nov 2013

ArcelorMittal SA's earnings rise despite weak conditions
ArcelorMittal SA's earnings rise despite weak conditionsArticle

Steel producer ArcelorMittal SA says despite fairly weak trading conditions it saw a rise in headline earnings to 50c a share in the third quarter to September allowing it to remain in a positive cash position.

Mark Allix 8 Nov 2013

New locomotives delivered to Sishen
New locomotives delivered to SishenArticle

General Electric (GE) has delivered six new locomotives to Kumba Iron Ore's Sishen mine in the Northern Cape. The new C30-ACi GE locomotives will make it possible to deliver on production performance levels.

8 Nov 2013

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