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2021 – Issue 5
Businesses should respect fundamental human rights and how operations could potentially have an impact on them.
The country remains in a favourable position to capitalise on the opportunities presented by the nascent green hydrogen sector.
Sibanye-Stillwater has embarked on a programme to evaluate the geotechnical status of all its South African tailings storage facilities.
With the increased demand for new-technology minerals and metals driven by the global transition towards a low-carbon economy, the mining sector must not lose sight of the environmental, social and governance responsibilities in the...
Since its establishment in 2015, United Mining Services (UMS) Group along with its subsidiaries UMS Shaft Sinkers and its engineering and design counterpart UMS METS (Mining Engineering Technical Services) has established a reputation for...
ESG (environmental, social and governance) compliance – a term I heard for the first time about three years ago – has quickly escalated to become one of the mining sector’s biggest priorities. But the essence...
On the back of a tightening lithium market Prospect Resources is in a strong position as one of only a few shovel ready projects globally.
Canyon Coal implements the principles and recommendations of corporate governance contained in the King Code of Governance Principles.
“The mining industry has a central role to play by supporting implementation of the frameworks needed to help drive social progress."
Harmony is also embarking on the roll out of a phased renewable energy plan in South Africa, consisting mainly of solar photovoltaic energy.
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