PwC bullish on Nigeria’s mining future

Nigeria Mining Week, taking place in Abuja from 14-16 October, is jointly organized by PwC, Spintelligent and the Mining Association of Nigeria (MAN).
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Nicole Grinaker – a champion for women and excellence

The technical slurry pump industry may seem daunting for many women but not for Pump and Abrasion Technologies (Pty) Ltd, general manager, Nicole Grinaker.
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Acquisitions will drive global mining growth

“If the two largest gold companies in the world are merging , what does that mean for everyone else?” - PCF Capital Principal, Liam Twigger.

PwC Nigeria: We must assess how competitive Nigeria will be

If Nigeria maintains momentum and make the right choices the solid minerals sector can contribute up to 3% of GDP by 2025.
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Africa still attracting merger and acquisition activity

In an increasingly complex world Africa is holding its own as an attractive investment region, with the value of investment on the continent showing growth.
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Why sales tax will shrink Zambia’s economy

There has been vigorous debate about Zambia’s proposed migration from the VAT system to a Sales Tax since it was first announced in September 2018.
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Six focus areas to be addressed at ADU 2019

Mining Ministers from the African continent will meet at ADU - designed to attract even greater Australian investment over the near-term.
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JSE to hold 74.85% in Australia associated Link SA

The JSE has agreed to acquire 74.85% of Link Market Services South Africa Proprietary from Link Market Services for R224.5 million.

Appointment of Nigeria’s Mining Minister welcomed

The appointment of the new Nigerian Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Olamilekan Adegbite, has been welcomed in the country’s mining sector.
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Northam achieves record operating profit for 2019 financial year

PGM miner Northam has achieved a record operating profit of R2.4 billion for the financial year ended 30 June 2019 – representing a 192.7% increase from the previous corresponding period which totalled R823 million.

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