Mining Elites in Africa 2017

The Mining Review Africa ‘Elites in Africa Services and Suppliers Yearbook 2017’ is a celebration and showcase of those companies who are excelling at...

Mining Elites in Africa 2016

Mining Review Africa is proud to announce the launch of Mining Elites in Africa 2016, our prestigious annual yearbook and your personal guide to...
BEE legal SME Solidarity

BEE prerequisite for emergency funds: Solidarity takes legal action

Solidarity has lodged a complaint with the SAHRC against government’s plans to make crisis funding for SMMEs subject to black economic empowerment (BEE).
Commodities covid-19

Fitch lowers commodity price assumptions due to COVID-19

Fitch Ratings has lowered short-term price assumptions for aluminium, nickel, copper, zinc and thermal coal due to COVID-19 pressures.
Harmony

Gender and human rights essential for responsible mining says research organisation

The Responsible Mining Foundation has published its new framework and notes that gender and human rights are two “cross cutting issues”.
amplats platinum

Global demand of platinum to increase by 8% in 2019

A quarterly platinum report issued by the World Platinum Investment Council reveals a significant increase in overall platinum demand in 2019.
Southern Africa

Southern Africa’s economy recovers slowly but surely

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the Southern Africa region will grow by around 2.2% in 2019, up from 1.2% in 2018, according to the African Development Bank’s Southern Africa Region 2019 Economic Outlook launched on 3 April 2019.

SEMAFO’s Nabanga resource increases by 42%

SEMAFO’s Nabanga resource increases by 42%

Teranga Gold announces early-stage Initial Resource for Golden Hill

Teranga Gold announces Early-Stage Initial Resource for Golden Hill
centamin

Centamin reports significant Côte d’Ivoire mineral resource increase

Centamin reports significant Côte d'Ivoire mineral resource increase
resgen

Demand for SA coal exports declining

Coal exports out of South Africa’s main coal export port Richards Bay Coal Terminal declined 4% to 73.5 Mt and was due to weaker global demand.
responsible mining

New study questions responsible public disclosure by mining companies

A new study by the Responsible Mining Foundation reveals weak disclosure of environmental, social and governance information by Toronto-listed small and mid-tier companies with mine sites in Australia, Burkina Faso, Canada, the Ivory Coast, Liberia, Mali, Mexico, Kyrgyz Republic, and Suriname.

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