Yes, commodity prices are up, but not to the extent we would like and consequently, everyone is still moving with caution and keeping tabs on every penny being spent.”
- Laura Cornish, Editor
Issue 2
2016
By the time you read this the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town would have come and gone and all my questions (and perhaps yours) will be answered – will this major event be well attended when disposable income is thin? Will CEOs stand up and be honest about the economic mining crisis we’re struggling with and will they openly share their adaptation strategies for staying alive? I hope so, because these are the stories Mining Review Africa is looking for.
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What would South Africa be without its deep level gold mining industry? We have to break through our operational boundaries, embrace technology, keep mining and breaking those deep level records!
- Laura Cornish, Editor
CANADIAN MINERS
Developing a world-class gold company one mine at a time
CANADIAN MINERS
Forsys Metals aims for the uranium big leagues
MATERIALS HANDLING
Bulk materials handling and logistics go hand-in-hand
MATERIALS HANDLING
Fast, high precision measurement technology provides early belt damage detection