Mining industry needs to do more to protect female employees

Mining companies must pledge that they not only uphold women’s rights in the workplace but that female employees are indeed protected
Women

The gender pay gap: Five things women should know

Many women are still discriminated against, with most falling through the cracks when it comes to equal pay compared to their male counterparts.
energy

Improved power integration in SADC will improve energy security

South Africans are well versed with the issues that are plaguing the country’s biggest, and almost only, energy provider again left them in the dark.
altus

Lindian Resources to commence inaugural drilling programme at Gaoual bauxite project

Lindian Resources is all set to commence an inaugural drilling programme at its Gaoual bauxite project in Guinea.
mali

Cora Gold picks up hot property in Mali

Cora Gold has been awarded 100% ownership of the 82 km² Tagan permit, partially overlying previously held ground, located on the Yanfolila Gold Belt.
cyber

What lurks inside: cyber threats cannot be ignored

As the mining industry moves towards IoT and automation to boost productivity and efficiency, it has inadvertently opened itself up to cyber attacks.
Giyani Metals

Giyani Metals receives EMP approval for Botswana manganese prospects

TSXV-listed minerals explorer Giyani Metals Corp. has received final approval from the Department of Environmental Affairs in Botswana to implement its environmental management plans at its K.Hill and Otse manganese prospects.
minerals council

Minerals Council responds to challenges from President Ramaphosa – Part 4

The Minerals Council responds to President Cyril Ramaphosa's “10 value-adding principles” challenge that he outlined earlier this year.
copper

Battery raw materials could face supply crunch by mid-2020s

The electrification of transport is redefining a number of battery metals markets as the demand for batteries grow at an unprecedented rate.
Gold

New carbon tax is unconstitutional and should be challenged

The constitutionality of the new Carbon Tax Act, signed into law on 1 June 2019 should be challenged on the basis of flawed procedural grounds.

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