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...
blockchain

Blockchain re-invents standard processes in the mining industry

The world has been transformed by new technologies such as the internet and the blockchain, mining continues to do business slower and more expensively.

Mines & vehicle OEMs join forces to develop cleaner, safer vehicles

The International Council on Mining and Metals, or ICMM, together with leading suppliers have announced an ambitious plan to make mining vehicles cleaner and safer.
innovation

Mandela Mining Precinct – a South African innovation hub is born

South Africa’s mining private and public sector hope to drive innovation and modernisation through a hub to promote mining research and development.

Constitutional Court empowers mining communities in South Africa

The Constitutional Court in South Africa has ruled that mining communities can now exercise their constitutional rights to oppose mining companies who bypass them in favour of working through traditional leaders.  

How to apply for a Mining Permit in South Africa

The following is required to apply for a Mining Permit in South Africa as stipulated by the Department of Mineral Resources.

Latest products and technologies revealed at Electra Mining Africa

Over 850 exhibitors showcased their latest new innovations, products and services at one of the world’s biggest mining and industrial trade exhibitions. Held at the...

Mining Charter III: you need to know this NOW

The official introduction of Mining Charter III is drawing closer following the most recent development which saw Cabinet approve Minister Mantashe’s latest draft following a public comment period which started on 15 June 2018.
Mining Charter

MEMSA to grow capital equipment supply chain

As part of the Mandela Mining Precinct in Johannesburg, MEMSA aims to grow the local supply chain of capital equipment for the mining industry.
china

State capture is old news – welcome to continent capture!

China has committed to investing US$60 billion in Africa over the following three years while cancelling debt from countries struggling to repay debts.

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