Anglo American Platinum Ltd. Mining News

Don't bet on platinum miners boosting supply on price surge

Prices for platinum, palladium and rhodium have all gained in recent months, boosting earnings for miners in top supplier South Africa.

World's biggest platinum miner braces for tough wage talks

The largest union in the platinum industry wants its members to share the benefits of higher prices.

Zimbabwe to allow foreign platinum miners control of local operations

Foreign platinum and diamond miners have been restricted to only 49 percent ownership of their Zimbabwe operations by the black economic empowerment law.

South African court orders miners' union to suspend planned industry-wide strike

The Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) has been on strike at Sibanye-Stillwater's gold operations since mid-November.

‘Bubble’ warning sounds over 2019’s hottest commodity

Palladium’s deficit-driven ascent has some analysts warning of the growing potential for a correction given the rapid sprint upward.

Palladium smashes $1,500 as shortages to aid Nornickel, Amplats

Tighter emissions rules are “outweighing the weakness in global auto sales and the growing threat from EV's.

Palladium rally offers lifeline to buoy South African miners

Record palladium prices and a weaker rand are lifting the gloom enveloping South Africa’s platinum industry.

Palladium prices still aren’t high enough: David Fickling

Platinum’s lesser-known cousin keeps going from strength to strength