Mining Review Africa is a monthly publication distributed throughout Africa and internationally to decision makers at mines, mining houses and other institutions, including government, academia and industry.
Circulation: Mining Review Africa has a controlled, ABC audited, circulation of 4000 copies.
The magazine is balanced in its coverage of projects both within and outside South Africa, reflecting the continent’s mining sector. Without sacrificing Mining Review Africa’s overall balance of coverage: the mining industry across Africa – in fact to ensure this balance is maintained – each edition chooses a different regional focal point.
Important to note that these focal points are a guideline to our coverage, and we do strive for an overall balance across Africa’s mining regions and mineral sectors in an undogmatic manner.
Specific editions will also choose to focus on particular commodities and technologies, again to ensure overall balance of coverage.
- We cover mining projects throughout the project cycle, ranging from early stage exploration, through feasibility and mine development to steady state operation and shut down.
- We cover the impact of impact of minerals policy, economic, political and social trends on the mining industry in Africa.
- We cover the developments and impacts of new technologies pertinent to Africa’s mining sector.
- We do analysis of particular commodities and their influence on mining in Africa.
Our mission is to support and promote the development of Africa’s rich mineral resources to the benefit of all. Through our liaison with major, mid-tier and junior mining houses, suppliers of capital, technology and plant, our goal is to ensure Mining Review Africa is Africa’s leading mining sector publication.