base metals

Commodity outlook: base metals stable for 2019

Moody’s Investors Service forecasts a stable global base metals industry for 2019. However, growth appears to have peaked and is decelerating.
bcg

Minerals Council South Africa publishes facts and figures 2018 pocketbook

The Minerals Council South Africa publishes its Facts and Figures 2018 pocketbook. It provides preliminary insights into the South African mining industry.
investing

Where should you be investing? And what should you consider?

Investing is supposed to be about channeling your money into a project, account or similar – that will yield a significantly ‘higher’ risk-adjusted return.
gold

West Africa poised to be a world leader in gold production

BME is showcasing its African presence, expertise and technology at Mining Indaba where it will also highlight its strengthened presence in West Africa.
pdac

More than 100 perish in Brumadinho with hundreds more missing

The 2015 collapse of the Bento Rodrigues iron ore dam was a disaster. The Brumadinho dam collapse has now surpassed the previous level of destruction.
Mintek

Mintek: researching new technology

State-owned minerals processing researcher Mintek continues to remains at the forefront of technology research for implementation in the mining industry.
senet

SENET: The African projects specialist

For the last three decades, SENET has been a leading project management and engineering, procurement and construction management companies.
bcg

Top 10 ways to re-energize South Africa’s mining industry

BCG has identified 10 priority interventions and the roles South Africa’s Government and mining industry can play in them.
south africa

Outlook for South Africa mining sector for 2019 bullish

The outlook for mining in South Africa remains bullish despite concerns about labour and power costs. There is also cautious optimism of commodity prices.
Ivanhoe Mines Palabora Mining Company

Ivanhoe Mines’ exploration at Kamoa-Kakula hits jackpot

Multi-listed Ivanhoe Mines has announced that exploration activities have intersected 13.05% copper over 22.3 m, at a 2% copper cut-off grade.

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