Copper, decarbonisation and dispute resolution

"If we are going to electrify the world and decarbonise this way, copper is the most important commodity taking over that role from oil.”

A decarbonised world needs mining

“If you want to do anything meaningful about climate change, you're going to need more mining, mine more metals and minerals."

Water use licences: Red tape delays application processWater security: South African companies playing their part

Water use licences: Red tape delays application process

"The major stumbling block hindering the issuing of a water use licence is the determination of water reserves."

Donkerhoek’s dust buster Xolani plays his part

Xolani Maisela, a Water Bowser Operator working in Kangra’s Pit C mining area, is playing an important role in suppressing dust emissions.

90-Day turnaround on water use licences implemented in South Africa

Submissions after 1 April 2021 will follow the 90-day process while those initiated before 1 April 2021 will follow the 300-day process.

Water security: South African companies playing their part

Mining has always been dependent on water and there is an ever-increasing demand for mining companies to contribute towards water security.

Climate risk and decarbonization: What every mining CEO needs to know

The sector faces pressure from governments, investors, and society to reduce emissions. Mining is responsible for 4 to 7% of GHG emissions.
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Water policy and mining: Guidelines and certification schemes

Legal articulations and governance implications of the hydrological aspects of mining are complex, as commercial interactions.

Kibo Energy to develop renewable energy projects in JV agreement

This is in line with Kibo’s strategy to integrate renewable energy into its project pipeline, including three utility-scale power projects.

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