Teranga Gold Corporation: Poised for growth in West Africa

Teranga Gold Corporation is a shining example of how to build a strong and solid portfolio of producing and exploration assets in the West African region.
integrated pump rental

Cost-pressed mines see benefits in mobile pump rentals

Tough economic conditions for the mining sector has seen a growth in the rental of mobile pumping and dewatering solutions.

Rwanda moves swiftly to stop COVID-19 spread

The Rwanda Mines, Petroleum and Gas Board (RMB) has announced guidelines to contain the spread of COVID-19 amongst employees in the mining...
Minerals Council South Africa

SA mines begin recalling foreign national employees

South Africa’s mines were given the greenlight to ramp up operations to 100% from 1 June 2020, but an estimated 45 000 foreign workers are yet to return back to work.
Burkina Faso

Conflict-ravaged Burkina Faso faces its next threat

Most notable was the armed attack on a convoy of busses carrying mineworkers to SEMAFO’s Boungou mine in the east of the country in 2019.
volt resources gold

Is now the time to invest in South African gold mining?

"One would think that the high gold price would encourage more investment into South African gold mines, however market price is only one consideration."

Eastplats’ chrome tailings retreatment project fully operational

PGM and chrome producer Eastern Platinum, or Eastplats, has resumed full operation of its tailings retreatment project at the Crocodile River Mine in South Africa.
weir minerals

A business journey that goes beyond COVID-19 lockdown

South Africa’s COVID-19 lockdown is just the beginning of an uncertain journey into the future but responsible business should remain unchanged.
Mining Digital Wits

Challenges for an industry that plans 20 years ahead

The new world has begun, or has it? Whilst we are in this period of uncertainty everyone is speculating what will become of the world as we knew it.

Insurance in the time of coronavirus

“Inevitably, the consequence of lockdown is that businesses are suffering," says Nicholas Taitz, director at legal firm Knowles Husain Lindsay Inc.

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