NEMLA

NEMLA IV: Potential ground-breaking changes for mine closures

The implementation of changes proposed by the NEMLA Bill will pave the way for a ground-breaking new specialist rehabilitation industry to emerge.
Cyril Ramaphosa

SONA gets nod of approval from Minerals Council

The Minerals Council South Africa welcomes key points from President Cyril Ramaphosa’s 2019 State of The Nation (SONA) speech.
Aquila

Namibia Critical Metals signs deal for small-scale manganese mining at Kunene

Namibia Critical Metals' subsidiary, Kunene Resources Namibia, has signed an agreement with a private Namibian group to allow the pegging of a mining claim covering a small manganese occurrence within EPL 4347 which is held by the company.
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.
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.
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.
ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa to attend Mining Indaba

President Cyril Ramaphosa is confirmed to attend Investing in African Mining Indaba, the landmark event for the industry taking place in Cape Town.
Zimbabwe

Leveraging mineral resources for investment in Zimbabwe

The advent of 2019 has made it clear that the path to economic recovery for Zimbabwe will require significant foreign direct investment.

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