Froneman warns Lonmin deal is off should it fail cost out targets

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NEAL Froneman warned Ben Magara’s Lonmin that failing to deliver on the platinum firm’s restructuring plans would see the withdrawal of Sibanye-Stillwater’s R5.1bn all share offer, the company of which he is CEO. “There’s a huge onus on [Lonmin] management not to get themselves in a black hole because we cannot ask our shareholders to […]

Here’s what the analysts said on #Budget2018 – a mixed bag

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JOHANNESBURG — Analysts have provided differing views on Finance Minister Malusi Gigaba’s Budget Speech on Wednesday. On the whole, many experts have welcomed government’s tough choices on VAT and other cost-cutting measures. However, concerns exist about where the growth will come from. Ultimately, it’s economic growth that will help solve many of the country’s woes, […]

Canada the world's top mining destination, despite Saskatchewan fall

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Canada is the world’s most attractive region for mining investment, based on the combined rankings of all its provinces and territories, the latest annual global survey of mining executives released Thursday by the Fraser Institute shows. While the Maple Leaf country overtook Australia as regional destination number one, many of its provinces and territories did not fair well […]

Exposing The UK's Hidden Role In Julian Assange's Detention

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Authored by Jonathan Cook via The Strategic Culture Foundation, Behind the scenes, Sweden wanted to drop the extradition case against Assange back in 2013. Why was this not made public? Because Britain persuaded Sweden to pretend that they still wished to pursue the case. In other words, for more than four years Assange has been holed up […]

Another Former Trump Adviser To Meet Mueller Today

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One of President Trump’s earliest campaign staffers who was fired in August 2015 is expected to meet with Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s team in Washington DC on Thursday, according to ABC News. Sam Nunberg, who was fired over racially charged Facebook posts and later sued by Trump for $10 million over a breach of confidentiality agreement, will be accompanied […]

Daily Solutions – 22 February 2018

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JOHANNESBURG – The JSE closed higher on Wednesday, as markets reacted favourably to the government’s promise to protect the integrity of public finances. Despite a generally stronger greenback, the rand gained on news that inflation decelerated in January, while the government announced that it would steadily reduce the budget deficit over the next three years. […]

Max Hill: The Queen's Counsel For Political Correctness

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Authored by A.Z.Mohamed via The Gatestone Institute, Britain’s terrorism watchdog, Max Hill QC (Queen’s Counsel), recently told a parliamentary committee that it is “fundamentally wrong to attach the word ‘terrorism’ to any of the world religions,” and suggested that the term “Daesh-inspired terrorism” should be used instead of “Islamist terrorism” to refer to attacks carried […]

Can Trump’s Neocons Exploit Russiagate? – The Real News (02/22/2018)

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However much Russiagate may annoy Trump personally, administration officials like H.R. McMaster are seizing on it to advance a militarist agenda at home and abroad. Max Blumenthal and Aaron Mate discuss on www.therealnews.com. The post Can Trump’s Neocons Exploit Russiagate? – The Real News (02/22/2018) appeared first on WallStreetWindow. Source: www.wallstreetwindow.com