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Chamber applies for urgent interdict against Mining Charter

The Chamber of Mines has applied for an urgent interdict at the Gauteng High Court, following a failure of the Mineral Resources Department (DMR) to review the implementation of its Mining Charter.

Property experts say Knysna will bounce back

Knysna Principal of Pam Golding Properties, Ling Dobson, said the process of picking up the pieces, following the fire that ripped through that region earlier this year, was now well underway.

CoAl acquisition of PAR Coal to be completed on June 30

Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) said the acquisition of Pan African Resources (PAR Coal) would be completed on June 30, following the fulfillment of all the conditions precedent to the acquisition of those shares.

Myeni's job on the line

Dudu Myeni may lose her position as chairperson of the SAA board, when she appears before the standing committee on finance in Parliament on Tuesday.

Numsa gearing for 'mother of all battles'

Numsa has urged its members to prepare for industrial action it has termed the 'mother of all battles' in the plastics and engineering sectors.

Atterbury scoops top award for work on Mall of Africa

James Ehlers of Atterbury Property Developments said the company was deeply honoured by the recognition that it received at the recently held South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) Awards.

De Klerk: Growthpoint committed to transparency

Estienne de Klerk, Managing Director at Growthpoint Properties, said the company remained committed to transparency and sound financial reporting.

SA records first outbreak of bird flu

The first outbreak of bird flu within South Africa has been recorded on a farm in Mpumalanga and is believed to have affected around 24 000 birds.

More woes for Gupta-owned business Oakbay

Gupta-owned Oakbay Energy and Resources is facing suspension from the JSE for failure to meet requirments.

Joburg: expect delays and heavy traffic as metered taxis go on strike

The city of Johannesburg is bracing itself for a proposed strike by drivers of metered taxis.

Chamber tells ANC: Mining Charter targets are unworkable

The South African Chamber of Mines said the process of producing the DMR's Mining Charter was flawed.
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