'Trump-like tendencies rubbing off Mining Minister Zwane'
IOL – The High Court in Pretoria on Friday was unimpressed by Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane's failure to submit an answering affidavit in the Chamber of Mines' application for an urgent interdict against him.
Judge tears into Zwane, asks if mines minister thinks he's Trump
Fin24 – Pretoria - Mining Minister Mosebenzi Zwane received a roasting in the North Gauteng High Court on Friday morning for ignoring South Africa's legal process.
Court slams Zwane for showing “utmost disrespect” for SA Constitution
Business live – Miners 1, Zwane 0. This is how the score would read if one had to compare the latest battle between industry and the mines minister to that of a football match.
High Court censures Zwane for disrespecting SA’s Constitution
Mining Mx – South Africa mines minister, Mosebenzi Zwane, was censured by the High Court today for disrespecting the country’s Constitution after failing to file an answering affidavit in response to an earlier court application by the Chamber of Mines.
Judge tears strips off Zwane for 'Trump'-style Twitter stunt
Business Live – In a brutal judgment, Judge Ramarumo Monama tore strips off Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane in his treatment of the court in the urgent interdict brought by the Chamber of Mines to stop a proposed moratorium of mineral and prospecting rights and transfers.
[LISTEN]: Union boss calls on Zwane to stop ‘these useless decisions’
Moneyweb – Warren Thompson: I have the privilege of welcoming Mr Joseph Mathunjwa, the president of Amcu, on the phone with me. Good to have you with us, Mr Mathunjwa.
Remove political and policy uncertainty to grow SA economy, warns Kganyago
Moneyweb – Reserve Bank governor Lesetja Kganyago warned that if SA doesn’t get rid of political uncertainty – which has already spooked domestic and international investors – the country runs the risks of limited economic growth prospects.
EDITORIAL: A recipe for budget chao
Business Day – The ANC bi-annual lekgotla is an important event on the political calendar. It precedes the cabinet lekgotla, which in turn precedes the budget-planning process. Priorities set by the ANC in June are intended to feed into both the medium-term budget policy statement and, more importantly, the February budget.
Kganyago: Economic transformation and inclusive growth the same
Eyewitness News – Reserve Bank Governor Lesetja Kganyago says to him radical economic transformation and inclusive growth are the same thing.
Charter a threat to mining, warms RBPlat CE Steve Phiri
Business Day – Adding to the chorus of executives decrying the third version of the Mining Charter, outspoken Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat) CE Steve Phiri said the "shabbily" drafted document could bring the industry to its knees if implemented.