COVID-19

Returning to Lubumbashi: DRC Mining Week is “embracing the recovery”

Returning to Lubumbashi: DRC Mining Week “embracing the recovery”

“DRC is still an exciting destination for investors and business in the sector has by no means come to a standstill,” says event portfolio director Emmanuelle Nicholls.
investment

What trends will drive growth in South Africa’s mining sector?

South Africa has not attracted investment to allow for new mines to be opened or for substantial exploration campaigns to be carried out.

Government admits private sector may purchase COVID vaccines

Solidarity and AfriForum will continue to hold the government liable and accountable and will continuously act as watchdogs.

Khanye Colliery continues to break records

The remaining life of mine is 14 years at annual run of mine production target of 2.4 million tons per annum.

South Africa’s alcohol problem – prohibition is not the way

It is advisable that government continue to enforce curfew regulations while permitting the sale of alcohol under controlled conditions.

Commodity outlook: precious metals

Will the gold continue its run in 2021 - or will silver outshine gold? And what does the year hold in store for other precious metals?

COVID-19 didn’t keep Consulmet down

Strong engineering skill sets and expertise has seen Consulmet’s business continue to flourish, even during the worst periods of COVID-19.

HEALTH & SAFETY: De Beers – Venetia

“As a business, our first and most important value is to Put Safety First. We value the health and safety of our people above all else."

Exploration and COVID-19: A challenging year ahead for juniors

“When you look at the various commodity prices, we saw a dramatic crash around March and April 2020, particularly for base metals."

Own the impact of 2021!

The COVID-19 pandemic has rapidly increased the need for digitisation and it is crucial to embrace this change to remain competitive.

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