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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.
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An opportunity for mining to give back through nature conservation

We interviewed a standout attendee at DRC Mining Week about his role in the development of a massive conservation undertaking.
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Interview with the IDC at DRC Mining Week 2019

Mining Review Africa interviewed Rian Coetzee, (Acting) Head of Basic Metals & Mining, Industrial Development Corporation (South Africa) at DRC Mining Week 2019 about its involvement in the developing of the country and access to funding to do so.
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Mining Charter III – Andrew Lane from Deloitte shares his opinion

Andrew Lane, Africa Energy and Resources Leader at Deloitte, discusses the private sector's way forward in terms of implementing Mining Charter III.
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Mining Charter III – Jonathan Veeran shares his opinion

Jonathan Veeran, Corporate Practice Partner at Webber Wentzel, discusses the private sector's way forward in terms of implementing Mining Charter III.
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Why the junior mining sector matters

Mining Review Africa talks to attendees at the 2019 Junior Indaba about why the they feel the junior mining sector is important to the future of mining.
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What commodities are focus points in the mining industry?

Delegates at the Junior Mining Indaba 2019 from around the globe highlight what commodities they are most bullish about and their impact on the economy.

Solidarity slams ANC over NHI plan

Labour union, Solidarity, has strongly condemned the adoption of the controversial National Health Insurance (NHI) plan by the cabinet.
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Claude Baissac: A straight talker who pulls no punches

Claude Baissac, CEO of consultancy firm, Eunomix, is well-known in African mining circles. His expert insight into the beneficiation is highly valued.
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Doing business in Africa needs an inclusive approach

Economic growth in sub-Saharan Africa is estimated to rebound to 2.8% for 2019 - this is still below the 3% since 2015 according to WSP.

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