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2021 – Issue 4

Mining Review Africa Issue 4 2021

Transformation takes centre stage in this issue. Read all about companies’ efforts to be more diverse and inclusive as well as uplifting mining communities. This issue also features the hottest projects in southern Africa, a look at beneficiation and a focus on precious metals.
Anglo American Platinum decarbonisation

Minor PGMs receive major focus as hydrogen economy heats up

The industrial platinum market surplus is predicted to widen to more than 1.5 Moz this year as supply rebounds more than demand.
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South African mining companies drive transformation agenda

Companies have made strides in transforming their businesses and importantly, contributed to the socio-economic upliftment of the country.

Vibramech: Maintaining a firm footprint in West Africa

Vibramech’s equipment has been supplied to Mali, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Guinea, Senegal, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Côte d’Ivoire.

South Africa’s smelter crisis: 80 000 jobs on the line

“The Chinese and increasingly important Indonesian markets are growing and will dominate demand for ore and ferrochrome in the future."

Transmission and distribution key for Ghana’s energy sector

Ghana may find that its largest consumer – the mining sector – turns its gaze to the private sector to source required energy.

Panthera Resources: Many projects, one vision

With an interest in six gold projects in three countries in West Africa, there is little doubt that Panthera has a footprint in the region.

Orezone Gold Corp.’s Bomboré Burkina Faso’s next gold mine

Burkina Faso will by Q3, 2022 add another gold producer when Orezone Gold Corp. pours first gold at its Bomboré gold project,
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Moydow Holdings: Early mover in Nigeria to follow Thor Explorations’ lead?

“The attraction for this area and these projects lies in basement rocks, similar to the Birimian of the West African craton."

Transmission and distribution key for Ghana’s energy sector

Ghana may find that its largest consumer – the mining sector – turns its gaze to the private sector to source required energy.

What can junior miners do better to access funding?

Institutional investors and fund managers remain cautious when conducting their due diligence before investing capital into mining projects.

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