mining indaba

 
Mining minister: ‘Zambia is open for business’
Mining minister: ‘Zambia is open for business’
The Mining Indaba is the centrepiece of the annual mining calendar; the Davos of the mining world. At this year’s event, Zambia has a clear...
Eskom's proposed tariff hikes risk making mining unsustainable — minerals council
Eskom's proposed tariff hikes risk making mining unsustainable — minerals council
Granting Eskom the type of tariff hikes it is requesting from the National Energy Regulator over the next few years risks making mining in the...
Mashatile confirms Zuma's refusal to resign
Mashatile confirms Zuma's refusal to resign
ANC treasurer general Paul Mashatile addressed investors at the annual Africa Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Tuesday, just hours before President...
Mining Indaba: Baxter climbs into Zwane and urges new leadership
Mining Indaba: Baxter climbs into Zwane and urges new leadership
CEO of the Chamber of Mines Roger Baxter did not hold back in his criticisms of the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) leadership at an early...
Mining Indaba peppered with investment pessimism
Mining Indaba peppered with investment pessimism
Africa remains the big growth story, so much so that the annual Mining Indaba in Cape Town bills itself as the world's largest investment conference....
Discretionary power gives potential investors the jitters
Discretionary power gives potential investors the jitters
A barrage of challenges has hit South Africa's mining industry in the past two years. The fall in demand and a drop in commodity prices...
Beneficiation – the good, the bad and the necessary
Beneficiation – the good, the bad and the necessary
Without its rich mineral deposits, South Africa would be a different place – there would be no Johannesburg, the economy would not be nearly...
Growing opportunities no guarantee for investors
Growing opportunities no guarantee for investors
Grant Thornton’s managing director of Asia Business Services, Lauren Patlansky, said that while foreign investors are reticent to invest in...
Collaborated solutions for the mining industry
Collaborated solutions for the mining industry
The Investing in Africa Indaba was held in Cape Town on February 3 to 6, where more than 7 800 delegates, industry heads and...
Shabangu to visit Harmony mine after workers' deaths
Shabangu to visit Harmony mine after workers' deaths
Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu will visit Harmony Gold's stricken Doornkop mine on Thursday, where eight workers died...
SA's economy depends on mining labour relations, says Manuel
SA's economy depends on mining labour relations, says Manuel
South Africa had to find a way to secure a lasting and sustained peace in mining labour relations, given the sector's importance to the...
Reaping the riches for the people
Reaping the riches for the people
South Africa is the world's largest producer of platinum group metals. The country accounts for about 80% of the world's platinum reserves,...

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