Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane addressed delegates, including the KwaZulu-Natal Traditional Leaders today in Durban, to enlighten them on unlawful water use through sand mining. Speaking at the stakeholders […]
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South Africa’s mineral resources minister said on Thursday the government remains committed to shale gas exploration despite a court order revoking fracking regulations that pushes back plans to award the […]
South Africa’s Royal Bafokeng Platinum will terminate a contract with a company linked to the politically connected Gupta family, according to two people familiar with the decision. The Johannesburg-based miner won’t renew […]
South Africa’s Anglogold Ashanti is to sell its newest mine to Harmony Gold for about R4.05 billion ($300 million) and another mine for about R100 million ($7.4 million) to China’s […]
Barrick Gold will give Tanzania a 16% stake in three gold mines, a 50% share of revenues from those mines and a one-off payment of $300 million to resolve a […]
Minister of Mineral Resources, Mosebenzi Zwane has said South Africa’s oil and gas industry needs separate legislation from the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) that will open up […]
The Chamber of Mines has filed another application in the North Gauteng High court on Tuesday to have a judicial review and setting aside of the ‘Reviewed BBBEE Charter for […]
Minister of Mineral Resources, Mosebenzi Zwane today appeared before Parliament’s Mineral Resources Portfolio Committee to answer questions regarding the allegations of State Capture. A visibly irate Zwane urged the committee to […]
Rio Tinto said it would defend itself vigorously against SEC’s fraud allegations. The company said the U.K. FCA had “made no findings of fraud, or of any systemic or widespread […]
Intelligence Transfer Centre will once again host the Annual HR in Mining conference, which will be held on the 18 & 19th October 2017 at Indaba Hotel, Fourways Johannesburg.
The conference, which is runing for its 5th year, will serve as a platform to assist HR Practitioners with tools to ensure compliance with the mining laws, as well as look into possible solutions towards challenges affecting the role of HR within one’s organisations.
Key significant issues which will be focused on will include, MPRDA’s effect on HR strategy, the MPRDA’s effect on your strategy, working with municipalities on CSI and LED initiative, reaching collaboration between HR, IR, and Unions, as well as discussing the processes involved during Wage Negotiations, to name a few.
The workshops will focus on the gap between the MHSA and OHSA, facilitated by Hogan Lovells Partner and Head of Mining, Warren Beech.
Other confirmed speaker companies include, Anglo American Platinum, Sasol Mining, Aveng Mining, Umsizi Sustainable Solutions, Lonmin, Tshipi Enhe Manganese, Tendele Coal, Minopex Subsidiary of DRA Global, SAHAMBA, SSC Group of Companies, and Webber Wentzel.