Financial

Financial institutions pledge to increase investment in Africa

Major Development Finance Institutions have agreed to join forces to help boost private investments in developing economies, particularly those in Africa.
London Stock Exchange

London Stock Exchange recommendations to boost African capital markets

London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has launched its series of reports on African capital markets, which were developed as part of its (LAAG).
financial

The importance of financial literacy within mining communities

Without a strong emphasis on financial literacy entrepreneurs will once again become vendors or small business owners barely making a profit.
gold

Global gold demand trends for Q3, 2018

Gold demand was 964.3 t in Q3, just 6.2 t higher y-o-y. Robust central bank buying and a 13% rise in consumer demand offset large ETF outflows.
Kenya

Maintaining growth and momentum in Kenya’s mining sector

2013 marked the beginning of a new dawn for Kenya’s mining sector. A stand-alone Ministry focusing on mining was created.
Waterberg

Additional drilling at Waterberg JV South Africa bears good news

Platinum Group Metals sees positive results from additional drilling and mineral resource assessment on the Waterberg Project’s palladium dominant deposit. 
mod resources

MOD Resources feasibility study on track

ASX-listed MOD Resources says the feasibility study and funding for its 60 Mt T3 Copper project in Botswana is on track for completion in March 2019.

Is sustainable post-closure mine development achievable?

In its simplest form, sustainable asset transformation means identifying business opportunities that can be sold to investors by using as much of the existing asset’s infrastructure as possible.
pwc

PwC SA Mine Report: 2018 a mixed bag for South Africa

The 2018 financial year proved to be a challenging year for South African mining companies says PwC in its annual SA Mine Report.
Tharisa

Tharisa reports PGM recoveries at 84.1%, exceeds target of 80%

In its report on the financial year ended 30 September 2018 LSE/JSE-listed Tharisa achieved PGM production of 152.2 koz, up 6.0% year on year.

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