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  1. Police fire at mine protestersRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    South African police fired rubber bullets to disperse protesters who blocked a highway with rocks and tires near Ivanhoe Mines's Platreef project to demonstrate against plans to start building the $1.6 billion platinum mine. Some members of the local community are opposed to the approval of a license that allows billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe to develop Platreef.

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  2. Ivanhoe Mines: Building of mine meets stiff protestRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    POLICE yesterday fired rubber bullets to disperse protesters who blocked a highway with rocks and tyres near Ivanhoe Mines' Platreef project to demonstrate against plans to start building the $1.6 billion platinum mine. Some members of the local community are opposed to the approval of a licence that allows billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe to develop Platreef.

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  3. Locals, police clash near Ivanhoe platinum project in South AfricaRead the original story

    16 hrs ago | Reuters

    South African police fired rubber bullets on Wednesday to disperse a stone-throwing crowd which blocked a road to a platinum mine being developed by Canadian mining company Ivanhoe Mines in the northern Limpopo province, police said. Three people were arrested after some 300 to 400 people blockaded the road with rocks and tires and started to throw stones at police, Mahwelereng police spokesman Steve Mabuza said.

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  4. Police Fire Rubber Bullets at Ivanhoe Mine ProtestersRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | Bloomberg

    South African police fired rubber bullets to disperse protesters who blocked a highway with rocks and tires near Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. 's Platreef project to demonstrate against plans to start building the $1.6 billion platinum mine. Some members of the local community are opposed to the approval of a license that allows billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe to develop Platreef.

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  5. Ivanhoe Reports High-grade Zinc, Silver and Copper at KipushiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Resource Investing News

    Ivanhoe Mines is perhaps best known for its well-known founder Robert Friedland, but the company's work at its three key projects - Platreef, Kamoa and Kipushi - continues to show that there's more behind it than a famous name. It was Kipushi, a past-producing zinc- copper mine, that was in the news on Monday.

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  6. Ivanhoe Mines Reports Exceptionally High-Grade Silver, Zinc and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 24 | Market Wire

    The new results include those from the first hole, KPU040, drilled through the historical Big Zinc zone from the hanging-wall drill drift on the 1,272-metre level, which provides the geometry for near-true-width intercepts. KPU040 was drilled on section 3 North and intersected high grades of base and precious metals mineralization: 70 metres grading 43.0% zinc, 5.5% copper, 244 grams per tonne silver and 71 g/t germanium and 0.1 g/t gold.

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  7. Ivanhoe Energy appoints Randolph Thornton to Board of DirectorsRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | PressReleasePoint

    ... he worked for 34 years; the last 20 years as a senior executive in its corporate restructuring practice. "Ivanhoe Energy welcomes Mr. Thornton to the board. His skill set and experience are assets to the company during this critical period of ...

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  8. Ivanhoe Mines Resumes Site Work at Platreef Project in South AfricaRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Resource Investing News

    Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. announced that preparations have begun for a resumption of site work at its planned underground mine at the company's Platreef project in Limpopo, South Africa. Drilling for metallurgical testing samples seeking to identify platinum-group metals is planned for 2017 after work on the shaft and related mining-plant components is completed.

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  9. Activation of Mining Right for Platreef Project Culminates 20-Year...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Market Wire

    Ivanhoe Mines Executive Chairman Robert Friedland and Chief Executive Officer Lars-Eric Johansson confirmed today that preparations have begun for a resumption of site work for the construction of the initial production shaft as part of the first phase of development of the planned underground mine at the company's Platreef Project on the Bushveld's Northern Limb, in Limpopo province.

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  10. SouthGobi Resources Announces Board ChangesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 12 | Market Wire

    ... Mr. Lancaster is an independent business consultant and was previously the Chief Financial Officer of Ivanhoe Energy Inc., an international heavy-oil development and production company whose core operations were in Canada, Ecuador and China. Mr. ...

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  11. John Carney's 'Begin Again' Secures 2014 China Theatrical ReleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 11 | Hollywood Reporter

    Ivanhoe Pictures and Beijing Galloping Horse say the movie starring Mark Ruffalo and Keira Knightley will get a Chinese quota slot this year Beijing Galloping Horse Film Co. and Ivanhoe Pictures have announced that the John Carney -directed music-driven independent film Begin Again has obtained a quota slot for this year and will screen in the world's second biggest film market.

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  12. SADIF Analytics releases new summary due diligence report for Ivanhoe Energy Inc.Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 6 | PR-inside.com

    Ilhavo, Portugal - SADIF Investment Analytics, announces a new summary due diligence report covering Ivanhoe Energy Inc. . The report uses SADIF's powerful StockMarks stock rating system and contains important analysis for any current or potential Ivanhoe Energy Inc. investor.

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  13. Robert Friedland's $1.6-billion Platinum Mine Gets Approval to Start ConstructionRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 22, 2014 | Resource Investing News

    Ivanhoe Mines and chairman Robert Friedland certainly received some welcome news Wednesday morning. Although the company made headlines last month due to controversy and delays surrounding its massive Platreef project, Ivanhoe has now received final approval for its mining right from South Africa's Department of Mineral Resources.

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  14. Friedland's Ivanhoe Gets South Africa Platinum Mine Go-AheadRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 5 | Bloomberg

    Billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. gained the most in 17 months after overcoming local opposition to get final approval to build one of the world's biggest platinum mines in South Africa . The country's Department of Mineral Resources signed off on the license to produce platinum-group and base metals at the $1.6 billion Platreef project in the northern Limpopo province for a renewable 30-year period, the Vancouver-based company said in a statement today.

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  15. Katherine Lee Joins Ivanhoe Pictures as Asia Production and Development ChiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | Hollywood Reporter

    Ivanhoe Pictures, led by international financier Robert Friedland , producer John Penotti and media executive Ray Chen , has appointed Katherine Lee its head of production and development for Asia. Lee will oversee all of the company's growing Asian film development and production activities, and she will be based out of Ivanhoe's Beijing and Hong Kong offices, reporting to CEO Penotti.

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  16. Katherine Lee to Head Asia Development for Ivanhoe PicturesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Nov 3 | The Orlando Sentinel

    Veteran Hong Kong executive, Katherine Lee has joined U.S.-based Asian film investment group Ivanhoe Pictures as its head of production and development, Asia. In the newly created role, she will oversee all of the company's growing Asian film development and production activities.

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  17. Ivanhoe Mines: Impasse delays constructionRead the original story

    Sunday Nov 2 | Iol.co.za

    CONSTRUCTION of the biggest platinum mine planned since 1993 is being delayed because of an impasse between billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe Mines and the Department of Mineral Resources over the extent to which local communities will benefit. The department delayed authorisation to start building the $1.6 billion Platreef mine by 12 weeks to a target date of November 26, saying some elements of the company's plan to benefit the surrounding community were "sketchy" and did "not offer much", according to a letter sent to Ivanhoe.

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  18. Friedland platinum mine plan hits impasseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 31 | Iol.co.za

    Construction of the biggest platinum mine planned since 1993 is being delayed because of an impasse between billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe Mines and South Africa's mines ministry over the extent to which local communities will benefit. South Africa's Department of Mineral Resources delayed authorisation to start building the $1.6 billion Platreef mine by 12 weeks to a target date of November 26, saying some elements of the company's plan to benefit the surrounding community were "sketchy" and did "not offer much," according to an October 2 letter sent to Ivanhoe and seen by Bloomberg.

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  19. Friedland Plan for Biggest Platinum Mine Since 1993 Hits ImpasseRead the original story

    Friday Oct 31 | Bloomberg

    Construction of the biggest platinum mine planned since 1993 is being delayed because of an impasse between billionaire Robert Friedland's Ivanhoe Mines Ltd. and South Africa 's mines ministry over the extent to which local communities will benefit. South Africa 's Department of Mineral Resources delayed authorization to start building the $1.6 billion Platreef mine by 12 weeks to a target date of Nov. 26, saying some elements of the company's plan to benefit the surrounding community were "sketchy" and did "not offer much," according to an Oct. 2 letter sent to Ivanhoe and seen by Bloomberg.

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  20. Ramatlhodi to help resolve Ivanhoe issuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 30 | Iol.co.za

    RESOURCES Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi has asked to meet Ivanhoe Mines executive chairman Robert Friedland to resolve issues relating to the government's approval for a $1.6 billion platinum mine. People living in the Mokopane area in the northern Limpopo province, one of the country's poorest regions, are lobbying the government to delay the mining licence of Ivanhoe's local unit, Ivanplats.

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