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Digging deep: Change for the future

There is a cautious optimism in the mining industry at present

The Mining Indaba 2019: A look ahead

The indaba has become a powerful platform for funding, networking, discussions, making deals and more

Mining for goodwill will reap profits

Mining companies must move beyond rhetoric and look after the health and safety of workers and residents, writes Khanya Mncwabe.

It’s Africa’s time now

The entire continent is open for business, due to improved governance and political stability

Extracting the maximum benefit

In terms of mining, there are no easy options to make the most of local beneficiation.

Mining super tax will make foreign investors jittery

Nationalisation may be off the table but analysts warn that any changes to the tax regime in the mining sector will also scare away investors.

Global warming or global domination?

A climate change consultant at the Mining Indaba says global warming is a ruse to create a global bureaucracy to rule the world with impunity.

Shabangu hammers final nail in coffin of nationalisation

Mining Minister Susan Shabangu has put paid to nationalisation at the Mining Indaba, while outlining plans for a tax-heavy resource nationalism.

Nationalisation isn’t the way for South Africa, says Manuel

Minister in the Presidency Trevor Manuel says nationalisation is not an option for SA, as the mining sector is fundamentally important to transition.

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