The charter's problem areas included raising the target for black ownership to 30 percent from 26 percent.
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Operations were shut down on Saturday following an accident in which six construction workers were killed.
The information was made public by The Wall Street Journal, whose journalists had access to a procedural order.
"Our priorities right now are to support the families of those who lost loved ones," CEO Gary Goldberg said.
The miners say they won’t leave unless president Emmerson Mnangagwa asks them to.
RBPlat is next to acquire 100% of the shares in Maseve, the holding company of the Maseve Mine.
Impala Platinum Holdings Ltd. sees little interest in a listing among local investors.
CanRos' CEO says western Mali has potential for discovering large gold deposits.
An Och-Ziff unit is due to be sentenced after it pleaded guilty to participating in a bribery conspiracy to help acquire mining assets.
Debswana, the joint venture between De Beers and the Botswana’s government, is seeking permission to deepen the Jwaneng mine to 830 meters.
Move aims at boosting investment and local ownership of the country's vast mineral resources.
Uncertainty around the Mining Charter and ownership levels have deterred investment in a sector that accounts for 8% of the country's economic output.
Ramp-up of operations at the Sissingué gold mine was completed ahead of schedule.
The government says mining commitments reached as much as $6 billion since Mnangagwa’s appointment.
Randgold shares are now among the worst in the industry, sinking 20 percent so far this year.
Copper producer Cradle Arc is increasing output to 12,000 tonnes per year at a Botswana mine it has restarted.
South African engineering and construction group, currently subject of a takeover bid from Germany’s ATON, said projects were located in sub-Saharan Africa, North America and Australasia.
Cobalt, nickel still on the boil, but gloomier outlook reflected in copper price and fall in market value of top mining companies during first quarter.
Recurrent industrial action by the workforce of a subcontractor it's jeopardizing Tongon's 290,000-ounce production forecast.
BMI presents the recent changes to the DRC’s mining code as an example of a situation that challenges all the parties involved, but that is very unlikely to cloud miners’ interest in venturing in the country.
They want to operate under conditions that allow them to take better care of the environment and contribute to the local economy.
A document by Brazilian environmental watchdog Ibama seen by Reuters said Anglo American would only be allowed to resume operations once it demonstrates the pipeline's security.
Mugabe was touring the farm when she ran into the miners.
“Despite the best efforts of both parties, negotiations failed to define a viable transaction," management said in a media statement.
At year-end, the company had net cash of more than $700 million and no debt.