Africa

Renewable Eenrgy

Cost optimisation driving renewable energy adoption at African mines

After various projects have demonstrated the value of renewables for reducing diesel, heavy fuel oil and gas consumption, mining companies can now benefit from the significant cost reduction potential that renewable energy holds, according to a new report by THEnergy and Voltalia.

Lycopodium Minerals: Building on past success in Africa through technology advances

LYCOPODIUM MINERALS : Building on past success in Africa through technology advances
Vibramech

Vibramech: preparing for product demand

Vibramech is southern Africa’s largest manufacturer of vibrating minerals processing equipment with an installed base of over 10 000 pieces of equipment.
Zimbabwe

Leveraging mineral resources for investment in Zimbabwe

The advent of 2019 has made it clear that the path to economic recovery for Zimbabwe will require significant foreign direct investment.
China

China and US battle for African infrastructure

New research from Baker McKenzie shows that development finance lending from state-backed institutions is the most important.
Golden Rim

Golden Rim’s mineral resource extends into new permits

Golden Rim Resources has entered into a binding Heads of Agreement to acquire all the shares in Lafi Gold that adjoin the company’s Kouri gold project.
vibramech

Vibramech: an integral supplier to the diamond processing industry

Vibramech has been supplying its vibrating equipment to the African diamond processing industry for more than three decades.
mining indaba

Financial institutions pledge to increase investment in Africa

Major Development Finance Institutions have agreed to join forces to help boost private investments in developing economies, particularly those in Africa.
gold

London Stock Exchange recommendations to boost African capital markets

London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG) has launched its series of reports on African capital markets, which were developed as part of its (LAAG).
African

‘African businesses face threat of becoming obsolete’

If African businesses do not adapt to the 4th IR, they will become obsolete. At the very least, they will become isolated and unable to compete globally.

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