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Transnet

Transnet: Upping its bulk commodity delivery capacity

Transnet is undertaking a number of projects aimed at expanding its freight logistics rail infrastructure network to meet customer demand.
Sibanye-Stillwater

Sibanye-Stillwater: AMCU happy with Pyrrhic victory

Sibanye-Stillwater reports the five month strike by the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union at its South African operations has been resolved.
video

How can Southern Africa diversify to ensure future growth?

Senior Deputy Editor, Chantelle Kotze, unpacks the African Development Bank's 2019 macroeconomic performance and prospects.
blockchain

How blockchain is shaping ethics and morals in mining

It’s heartening to see that technology such as blockchain is being used to track the mining of diamonds through to points-of-purchase.
africa

Are mining policy revisions in Africa being well received?

It’s no secret. Africa is mostly run by populist governments. Those who win over the masses with their promises of transformation will rule the roost.
Prospect Resources

Prospect Resources: Showing juniors how it’s done

Prospect Resources has taken a unique approach towards building its business and as such is a true stand-out amongst its Africa-focused junior mining peers.

Refining supply chain technology for pit-to-port efficiency

Supply chain efficiency among mining suppliers can positively or negatively impact on the performance of their customers’ mine operations.
De Beers

“Africa remains key to our business”

In an exclusive one-on-one interview, BRUCE CLEAVER, CEO of De Beers Group discusses the importance of the company’s African portfolio.
Water

How Industrie 4.0 and blockchain can avert water crises

Water crises have ranked among the top global risks in terms of potential impact for seven years in a row. This tells us that a new approach is a necessity.
africa

AfDB makes case for increased investment in Africa

The President of the African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina, says, “It is time to turn around the declining investments of the U.S. in Africa."

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