SA’s mining industry sees steep decline in financial performance impacted by a slump in commodity prices and increased cost pressures. The 2015 financial year has proved to be extremely challenging for South Africa’s mining industry.
Within South Africa, across all sectors, about R6,7 billion in wages were lost in 2013 due to the participation of workers in strikes. Wages, bonus and other compensation disputes remains the main reason for work stoppages in 2013, accounting for around 76.6% of working days lost with some of the longest strikes lasting for more than 60 days2.
ollowing recent labour unrest, it is only through continued dialogue with all stakeholders that South Africa’s mining industry will once again become robust and buoyant. This is the view of Jinghua Han, recently appointed Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Palabora Copper.
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CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA – The discovery of gold and the subsequent Witwatersrand Gold Rush in 1886 was the main catalyst in South Africa’s economic development. With abundant resources in diamonds, gold and platinum, to name but a few, South Africa soon became a major player in the global mining industry.
With increased financing from mining companies, mobile clinics coupled with targeted outreach efforts, increased payments including pensions, and reform of government bureaucracy, including better accountability mechanisms, South Africa could create a fair system of compensation for its miners.
Chris Griffith Johannesburg, South Africa --- 02 November 2012 - South Africa's platinum industry is in severe financial distress, and the provision of high wage settlements to get wildcat strikers back to work will lead to job cuts, says Anglo American Platinum. The world's top platinum producer ...
In 1967, the two states set out their political and economic relations, and in 1969; Malawi was the only country at the assembly which did not sign the Lusaka Manifesto condemning South Africa' apartheid policy. In 1970, Malawian president Hastings Banda made his first and most successful official stopover in South Africa.
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In order to stave off the growing unrest among the African mine workers, the regime appointed a Commission of Enquiry in 1943, with Judge Lansdowne as its Chairman. Among the members of this Commission was A. A. Moore, President of the mostly white Trades and Labour Council.
Nov 14, 2012· RUSTENBURG, South Africa – Down a two-lane road, where slag heaps tower and miners' shack homes crowd against each other, the labor unrest now gripping South Africa first caught fire. Mining ...