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POWER Africa's first platinum fuel cell
Africa's first 100-kilowatt (kW) fuel cell that runs on platinum and natural gas has been installed at the Chamber of Mines in Johannesburg, which will provide baseload power to the entire building.
29 May 2015
LOCAL NEWS Special economic zone for SA's plantinum belt
A special economic zone (SEZ) is to be established in the Rustenburg platinum belt in the North West, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies announced ​recently.
23 Nov 2014
LOCAL NEWS Special economic zone for SA's plantinum belt
A special economic zone (SEZ) is to be established in the Rustenburg platinum belt in the North West, Trade and Industry Minister Rob Davies announced ​last week.
29 Sep 2014
Politics, labour holding business hostage Between rock and a hard place
The announcement by Anglo American Platinum of its latest restructuring plans has again underscored the level of political and labour pressure with which businesses have to contend.
28 May 2013 - S. T.
Mining Indaba Resource nationalism new form of mercantilism
Dr David Humphreys, principal at DaiEcon Advisors, says resource nationalism is the new form of mercantilism in the 21st Century. Humphrey’s was speaking at the Investing in Africa Mining Indaba.
06 Feb 2013
Mine Closure Rustenburg SMEs at risk with AMPLATS faltering
The potential loss of 14 000 jobs, amidst Anglo American Platinum’s (Amplats) pending decision to close several mine shafts, has come as devastating news to the mineworkers involved, and the town of Rustenburg.
05 Feb 2013
Thousands of mining jobs on the line - CoM More than 10 000 miners could be retrenched
Platinum mines are struggling to break even and gold mines have had to go deeper
26 Nov 2012
Platinum mines to increase Zim output Amplats planning a new mine in Zimbabwe
Anglo American Platinum Limited, the world’s biggest platinum producer, is planning a new mine in Zimbabwe through its subsidiary, Unki Mine
19 Nov 2012
Poor picture for platinum production Precious metal with industrial uses is expected to be in deficit for 2012
As strikes in the platinum sector of the South African mining industry continue, the market for the precious metal with industrial uses is expected to be in deficit for 2012 and the next few years.
14 Nov 2012
Lonmin refuses Xtrata's takeover bid Lonmin reported an operating loss of $702-million
The board of platinum miner Lonmin, which is recovering from a six-week strike at its flagship Marikana mine, has reported an operating loss of $702-million for the year ended September
12 Nov 2012




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