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2015 – Issue 02

In depth: Stakeholders need to step up

Logistics infrastructure needed for the export of ore and beneficiated products is generally weak in Africa. It is characterised by poor efficiencies, maintenance issues, long delays and high project costs, engineering consulting firm WSP...

In depth: Energy efficiency – Look beyond the low hanging fruit

While South Africa’s mining sector has focused on reducing its energy consumption since 2008’s power crisis, Hugo du Plessis, energy optimisation specialist for Siemens, says there is still room for improvement. The time for...

In depth: How to manage captial in a constrained environment

Professional services firm EY’s transaction advisory services director Quintin Hobbs warns that the African mining industry is facing a time of project capital scarcity, which is in line with global trends. The situation has...

In depth: The largest gold deposit in Côte d’Ivoire

AIM-listed West African focused gold mining company Amara Mining will start contributing to the global gold market when its Côte d’Ivoire-based project Yaoure pours first gold in H2, 2017. The project is poised to be...

In depth: Is the sun rising on West Africa’s mineral sector?

The mining sector in West Africa could be bouncing back after the downturn, SRK country manager and experienced geotechnical engineer John Kwofie tells MINING REVIEW AFRICA. “Exploration activities in the West African sub-region have started...

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