State Power Utility uncompromising on transfor – mation commitment

Mining giants, Exxaro and Anglo American could be in for a rocky ride if Eskom’s threats are to be taken seriously. This comes after the state utility’s quarter update today. Eskom was responding to Exxaro’s restructuring of its black economic Read the full story

Victory at last for anti-uranium mining lobby group in the Karoo

Unrelenting efforts by the anti-uranium mining lobbyists in South Africa have finally paid off, as the Australian company, Tasman Pacific Minerals Limited, announced that it is withdrawing all its mining rights applications lodged in the Western and Northern Cape and Read the full story

Institutionalised collective bargaining undermining low earning mine workers– AMCU President

South Africa’s institutionalised collective bargaining system is rapidly growing and becoming unresponsive to the needs of the lower earning workers in a low wage regime where two thirds of the labour force earns less than the mining sector’s median earnings, Read the full story

South African mining giants contest the silicosis case judgment

Three weeks ago, Transform SA Online reported that the South Gauteng High Court in South Africa had granted ex-miners class certification judgment against their former employers, drawn from the so-called Occupational Lung Disease Working (OLD) Group. Now, Transform SA Online learns, the OLD Group, Read the full story