African Mining Indaba

 
Tainted people can't lead ANC's transformation charge
Tainted people can't lead ANC's transformation charge
Close to losing his voice and looking terrified, Minister of Mineral Resources Mosebenzi Zwane gazed out at the packed room on day one of the...
​Weaker than expected mining results may drag GDP down
​Weaker than expected mining results may drag GDP down
As the African Mining Indaba draws to a close today, the sector recorded strong year-on-year growth in 2017, however its weak momentum may wear on...
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...
Our cup runneth over, Zwane tells mining indaba
Our cup runneth over, Zwane tells mining indaba
Recent economic growth driven by 8.2% and 6.6% growth in the mining sector during last year's second and third quarters respectively, has helped...
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...
Much ado about responsible mining in Africa yields few results
Much ado about responsible mining in Africa yields few results
DEVELOPMENTThe African Mining Vision was adopted in 2009 by the African Union and developed by the Economic Commission for Africa. In the...
So who is not 'dying' in African mining? The answer may surprise you
So who is not 'dying' in African mining? The answer may surprise you
Consider these numbers: Mineral export revenue for Zimbabwe, which forms the biggest source of foreign exchange, fell 7.2% in 2015, from...
China, India and Japan court Africa at the mining table
China, India and Japan court Africa at the mining table
This year’s Mining Indaba has been cast as taking place under a pall, but not too much has changed, at least not from the perspective of China,...
Red tape and power struggles: SA is losing mining investment
Red tape and power struggles: SA is losing mining investment
Strikes, unreliable power supply, a mining code that’s been under review for six years, and disputes over compulsory holdings by local black...
[Video]Mining's looming crisis and Madonsela's comeback
[Video]Mining's looming crisis and Madonsela's comeback
In this week's episode we look at potential job losses in the gold sector, Juju sort of has his day in court and Cecil the lion is still making news.

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