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South Africa's Sibanye-Stillwater will consider changing primary listing

27 Mar 2019

JOHANNESBURG, March 27 South Africa's Sibanye-Stillwater will explore changing its primary listing in a bid to access more capital as it explores growth opportunities outside its home market, chief executive Neal Froneman said on Wednesday.

South African court blocks mine union's plan for industry-wide strike

15 Mar 2019

RUSTENBURG, South Africa South Africa's labor court has rejected a request by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union (AMCU) to hold an industry-wide strike covering the platinum and gold sectors, Anglogold Ashanti, Anglo American Platinum and Lonmin said on Friday.

UPDATE 2-South African court blocks mine union's plan for industry-wide strike

15 Mar 2019

* Job cuts politically sensitive ahead of May polls (Adds union appealing decision, quote from judge)

Vedanta to shut Namibian zinc refinery for five weeks

14 Mar 2019

JOHANNESBURG Vedanta Zinc International, a unit of diversified miner Vedanta Resources, said on Thursday it would close its zinc refinery in Namibia for five weeks after a strike by its mining contractor depleted stocks.

UPDATE 1-Vedanta to shut Namibian zinc refinery for five weeks

14 Mar 2019

JOHANNESBURG, March 14 Vedanta Zinc International, a unit of diversified miner Vedanta Resources , said on Thursday it would close its zinc refinery in Namibia for five weeks after a strike by its mining contractor depleted stocks.

UPDATE 2-AMCU plans to extend Sibanye gold strike to other S.African miners

21 Feb 2019

* AngloGold, Lonmin, Harmony, Amplats served union strike notices

UPDATE 2-S.Africa's AngloGold looks to streamline assets, Argentine mine up for sale

19 Feb 2019

* Approves Quebradona project feasibility study (Recasts with asset sale, adds CEO comments)

Explainer: How South African mines cope with power cuts

18 Feb 2019

JOHANNESBURG/LONDON South African utility Eskom imposed the worst power cuts in several years on homes and businesses last week, conjuring up memories of the 2008 crisis when the grid nearly collapsed and cost the mining industry billions in lost output.

Sibanye-Stillwater may cut nearly 6,000 jobs in gold shake-up

14 Feb 2019

JOHANNESBURG Sibanye-Stillwater could cut nearly 6,000 jobs in a potential restructuring of the company's gold mining operations following losses at some of its mines last year.

UPDATE 2-Sibanye-Stillwater may cut nearly 6,000 jobs in gold shake-up

14 Feb 2019

* Shares up, outpacing mining index (Adds mines minister, analyst comment, shares, background)

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