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Vale’s Mozambique coal export forecast cut by 30%
Brazilian mining giant Vale SA has cut the 2013 export target for its Mozambique coal mine by nearly a third, a company official said, after heavy weekend floods temporarily shut railway lines.
One of Anglo
Platinum's operations in the Rustenburg area Mine salary talks on the cards
The Chamber of Mines of South Africa will meet with unions early next month to discuss proposed wage demands for 2013, senior employment relations executive Elize Strydom has confirmed.
Global gold exploration drops 55%
Slumping metals prices, and falling equity valuations, reflect serious uncertainty about the world economy, and this depressing scenario has had a knock-on effect over the minerals exploration sector.
Fresh mine strikes feared
The prospect of fresh strikes in South Africa's already embattled mining sector resurfaced over the weekend after representatives of the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) said the union would seek pay rises of up to 60% from gold and coal producers.
of Mines president Alex Mhembere Zimbabwe mining companies reject state control
The Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe, which represents companies including platinum giant Impala Platinum Holdings Limited, has rejected a proposal for the state to control mineral production and prices.
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What next for Ivan Glasenberg
CEO, Glencore International
After years of on-off talks, months of brinksmanship and often bitter negotiations, Glencore's head Ivan Glasenberg gets to complete the US$30 billion acquisition of Xstrata today ‒ the mining industry's biggest takeover yet.
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