New law gives 70% of mining revenues to the central government, 20% to county governments and 10% to the local communities
In less than 4 years, mining laws have changed at least 3 times in the southern African country—offering no certainty to investors
“If you survive in tough times like this, you will only have sharpened your pencil and will be competitive when it recovers" - Wilfried Pabst
It would be easy to say minerals have taken a hammering, but some are proving to be bullet-proof.
Clear competitive advantages, not nationalistic sentiment, should determine what steps are taken towards value addition of raw materials, if any
It has been a bumpy ride for some, but 2016 may herald the end of mining's winter
Construction of the Ajaokuta mill began in 1979, but has been plagued by delays and disputes
"There has never been a better time to develop a mining project, but there has never been a worse time to finance one."
China’s slowest economic growth in a generation has led to oversupplies of metals
Africa's premier mining industry event...running for over 20 years
Africa’s, and one of the world's, biggest mining conference gets underway in Cape Town - attendance is expected to be 6,000
As Mining Indaba explores the future, the big facts around the industry that will blow you away.
Mining in Africa has experienced boom times and been through the wringer; can it beat the blues again?
“When you pay tax, you’re paying rent, and when you pay rent, the landlord doesn’t kick you out” - Randgold’s CEO.