Mining Elites in Africa 2021

Mining Review Africa is proud to present to you the latest edition of its annual publication – Mining Elites in Africa 2021 – which recognises the leaders and projects truly making a difference in the African mining sector.

Bannerman Energy announces results of Etango-8 PFS

“The underlying robustness of this streamlined development approach to the Etango resource has now been confirmed to a PFS level of accuracy."

Madagascar: Rio Tinto to power mine through renewable energy

This project uses solar and wind energy will contribute to Rio Tinto’s operations achieving its carbon neutral objective by 2023.

Here’s to the everyday mining heroes

The 2022 Mining Elites in Africa yearbook will pay tribute to those who are making a tangible difference in mining on the continent.

Name change for Bannerman

Bannerman Resources has changed its name to Bannerman Energy, following shareholder approval at its AGM held on 13 July 2021.

Nolitha Fakude: Exemplifying employment equity

Fakude has spent several years in the mining sector where she serves as chairperson of Anglo American South Africa’s management board.

ArmCoil: Resilient, robust and reliable

While a large contingent of its clientele is based in South Africa, ArmCoil has a strong African footprint in West and central Africa.

South32 finalises energy supply agreement for Hillside Aluminium

“The smelter remains an contributor to the country, directly through employment and downstream industries that rely on Hillside’s output."

Issue 5 of Mining Review Africa puts the focus on ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance), one of the BIGGEST on-trend topics...

Issue 5 and Issue 6 of Mining Review Africa will be distributed digitally at our Africa Mining Forum digital event from 2...

Issue 5 of Mining Review Africa puts the focus on ESG (Environmental, Social and Corporate Governance), one of the BIGGEST on-trend topics...

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