Oct 16, 2020
Date: 16-19 November 2020 Location: Digital Event Website The 2nd International Conference on...
Jul 20, 2020
Nominations for the Mining Elites in Africa 2021 publication, produced by Mining Review Africa are now open. Submit your nominations for the leaders and projects truly making a difference in the African mining sector.
Mar 31, 2020
Our March edition focuses on – dare I say it? – coal. The commodity which has suddenly become a dirty word and, according to investors, should not be mentioned in polite conversation. Some of our readers may question our decision to dedicate an entire feature to a seemingly dying commodity, one that is frowned upon by so many.
Date: 23 - 27 November 2020 Location: Virtual Website IMARC Online will help...
Date: TBA - 2020 Location: Erfoud, Morocco Website DTMC is the region’s...
Oct 31, 2019
Read all about the Future of Mining in the October 2019 issue of Mining Review Africa. Get insight into how the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is changing mining in Africa. Also, in this issue, we put the spotlight on mining in East Africa and take at in-depth look at infrastructure development. All this and more in the October 2019 issue of Mining Review Africa.
Aug 29, 2019
The August 2019 issue of Mining Review Africa is jam-packed with the latest industry insights and news. Read all about influential women in mining; why Central Africa is still ripe with opportunity and how mining is contributing to environment sustainability.
Jul 30, 2019
It’s all about miners from Down Under and a focus on security in the July 2019 issue of Mining Review Africa. Read all about the hottest projects on the continent operated by Australian mining companies, including an exclusive feature on Lucapa’s Mothae diamond mine in Lesotho. Plus, we focus on security issues in mining – traditional and new – and how the industry can deal with cyber attacks.
Jun 27, 2019
The June edition of Mining Review Africa, puts highlights the hottest projects in Africa. From diamonds and nickel to manganese and gold, we put the spotlight on projects tipped for huge success. The June 2019 issue also features a special report on water in mining as well as the critical role of consulting engineers and project managers in building better mines.
May 30, 2019
The May edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed at the Junior Mining Indaba conference in June, puts the spotlight on successful junior miners in Africa. Find out who these companies are and why they are poised for growth on the continent. What’s more, this issue also highlights on mining in West Africa, with a particular focus on gold projects. Plus, read all about the latest trends and technologies in earthmoving and slurry pumping solutions.
May 23, 2019
Date: 28 - 31 October 2019 Location: Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Pl, South Wharf...
Apr 29, 2019
The April edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed at the annual DRC Mining Week conference and exhibition in June, provides in-depth coverage of some of the key mining role players in the country and further investigates the DRC’s regulatory environment.
Mar 28, 2019
The March edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed at the Southern African Coal Processing Society (SACPS) Dinner in May, examines some of the trending issues taking place in the coal sector. We also feature some exciting mining projects in the southern African region and delve into current developments in the pit-to-port field.
Feb 28, 2019
The February edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed at PDAC in Toronto, Canada takes a look at some of the high profile Canadian mining companies developing projects in Africa. It also covers two trending topics in the sector – health and safety and the future outlook of precious metals prices.
Jan 28, 2019
The January 2019 edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed in the delegates’ bags at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, showcases all topics trending in the mining sector at present – from investment and technology through to those companies making a difference to ensure the long term sustainability of the sector.
Oct 25, 2018
The October edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed at the Mines & Money conference in London in November, features London-listed miners in Africa to provide relevant content to the audience and delegates at the event. The issue also provides in-depth, comprehensive information on bringing environmental sustainability to the industry and finally looks at the topic-trending field of automation.
Diamonds & Gemstones
Angola is currently the world's fifth largest producer of diamonds but suffers from weak investor confidence.
From one industry veteran to another. The transfer of power at Gold Fields is highlighted by news echoing in its corridors.
The drastic decline of the Zambian mining sector was never more apparent than it was this week when Glencore announced its exit from the country by selling its stake in Mopani Copper Mines for one meagre US dollar to state-controlled investment vehicle ZCCM Investment Holdings.
ASX-listed Mako Gold has received the decree from the Ministry of Mines in Côte d’lvoire for the Ouangolodougou Permit.
The Company's gold production is forecast to be between 970,000 - 1,030,000 oz in 2021 (compared to production of 1,040,737 oz in 2020).
ERM’s findings showed the Manono Project could have one of the lowest carbon footprints of any global hard rock lithium miner.
“I am happy to be in the Index composition for all three uranium sector ETFs, which have US$250 million invested in pure-play uranium stocks.
Platinum Group Metals
Shareholders are advised that the parties have agreed to extend the option to acquire the 90% shareholding in Salene Chrome to 31 March 2021.