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Minerals Council South Africa condemns violence and looting

The industry supports the deployment of military resources, but cautions that this be done in line with basic human rights standards.

Minerals Council appoints first woman president in 131 years

This is the first time in the 131 year history of the organisation that a female has been appointed as president.

Minerals Council supports reforms to improve energy security

Estimates indicate that in 2020 load-shedding cost the economy between R80 billion and R160 billion and continues to impede the economy.

Minerals Council urges caution ahead of likely COVID-19 third wave

The industry is conscious of the impact that such a surge will have on lives and livelihoods across South Africa.

Minerals Council and labour unions form a united front

"Through collaboration we as an industry and as a nation will succeed in overcoming the pandemic to save lives and livelihoods."

Minerals Council celebrates women in mining COVID-19 heroes

"While we celebrate events like these, we need to keep our Women in Mining strategy at the forefront of our minds and our work every day.”

Minerals Council concerned with sovereign ratings downgrades

The ratings downgrades reinforce the fact that South Africa faces a deep economic crisis that needs to urgently addressed.

Minerals Council addresses outdated TB data used by media

The data attributed to the World Bank in the Reuters article is outdated by a decade states the Minerals Council South Africa.

Minerals Council condemns murder of mining community leader

The Minerals Council South Africa was shocked to hear of the murder by shooting of mining community leader, Fikile Ntshangase.

Minerals Council South Africa observes Global Ethics Day 2020

The Minerals Council is using this day to reinforce members’ commitment to the Membership Compact, its code of ethical business conduct.