Mining

Mining: Junior explorers on the rise

BDO’s latest edition of the explorer quarterly cash update shows an increase in investing cash flows by 44% - the downturn may have come to an end.
mining

Communities to benefit from mining through “social licences to mine”

The Mining Sector cannot be looked at in isolation – it is the "engine room" of every economy in a country with substantial mineral resources.
goviex

GoviEx to receive US$3 million from Linkwood loan repayments

GoviEx to receive US$3 million from Linkwood loan repayments.

Mining Indaba 2019 delegate bags

As a premier media partner to the 25th Investing in African Mining Indaba, the December 2018 and January editions of Mining Review Africa will...
zambia

Students from Zambia to study nuclear science in Russia

Nuclear engineering students in Russia have shared their experiences with aspiring nuclear scientists from Zambia and other African countries.
policy

Highlights of policy changes in Africa during 2018

The mining regulatory framework in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) went through notable changes in 2018.
pwc

Junior mining outlook: Have we turned the tide?

The heyday of the mining sector is behind us. The sector’s contribution as a proportion of South African GDP peaked at 21% in 1980.
South Africa

Mining expert takes long hard look at South Africa

Despite its integral historical role in South Africa, employment in the mining sector has been low relative to other sectors over the past ten years.
Africa

The future of Europe lies in Africa

“Africa is a continent of great change and opportunities. However, Europe finds it difficult to understand that its future lies in the South.

Rio Tinto to sell stake in Rössing Uranium

Rio Tinto has entered into a binding agreement with China National Uranium Corporation, or CNUC, for the sale of its entire 68.62% stake in Rössing Uranium Limited, owners of the Rössing mine in Namibia, for up to $106.5 million.

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