The January 2014 Mining Indaba issue introduces the first of many new features to Mining Review Africa (MRA) for the year so keep note of exciting new upcoming features and topics. The Indaba issue kicks off with:

Editor’s choice mining projects for 2013

In light of its distribution presence at the annual Investing In African Mining Indaba, the magazine introduces an in-depth showcase of Africa’s best new, developing, expanding and accomplished mining operations for 2013. Despite a financially constrained global economy, weak commodity prices and a massive lack of infrastructure, these operations are proving that adversities can or will be easily overcome.

Projects include:

  • De Beer Consolidated Mines’ R20 billion underground expansion at Venetia
  • Universal Coal’s fast-paced ramp-up to production at its greenfield Kangala coal mine
  • Petra Diamonds’ expansion at one of Africa’s largest diamond production operations, Finsch
  • Bellzone’s imminent development of its new Kalia iron ore mine in Sierra Leone – a leader in new generation iron ore projects in Africa
  • Ivanhoe Mine’s enormous  and emerging Kamoa copper project in the DRC
  • The introduction of Banro’s second gold mine, Namoya, in the DRC
  • Wesizwe’s Bakubung platinum mine, flying ahead in a bleak platinum period
  • Coal of Africa’s R220 million expansion at Vele
  • Construction start-up at Weatherly International’s new Tschudi copper mine in Namibia
  • Resource Generation’s process plant construction start at the Waterberg’s next coal project, Boikarabelo

 

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