COVID-19

energy worley

COVID-19 accelerates energy transition for coal mining

Energy emissions will rise again with economic recovery, but will never again reach 2019 levels." - New Energy Outlook 2020.
Tito Mboweni

Tough MTBPS clear on depth of South Africa’s economic crisis

The MTBPS is a step in the right direction, but the further structural and institutional reforms are now vital and urgent.
Mako Gold

Tietto secures ESIA for Abujar gold project

"I would like to acknowledge the Government of Côte d’Ivoire and their officers for the support shown to our team and local communities.”
Gem diamonds

Gem Diamonds reduces net debt position by US$6.6 million

"We are pleased that Letšeng has returned to normal operating activities with waste mining activities ramping up from July."
covid-19

Collaboration and co-operation for a safe mining industry

COVID-19 has had a wide-reaching impact on all industries across the globe, and the South African mining sector is no exception.
ABSA Sustainability

Finance in the new normal: sustainability is key

Companies who have been able to weather the COVID-19 storm are in a better position to secure bank financing for their operations.

Counting the cost of the pandemic in South Africa

The Minerals Council South Africa reports that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on its efforts to fight other diseases.
FRANCIS GATARE in the spotlight

Rwanda’s vision for growth remains unchanged

Rwanda has granted any junior mining company a 10-year period loss carry over – in other words a decade to write off any losses incurred.
MCSA COVID

Adapting to change: MCSA members lead the way

In its fight against COVID-19, mining companies in South Africa have contributed significantly towards bolstering medical infrastructure.
amplats platinum pgm

COVID-19 to reduce global platinum demand by 7.2%

Global platinum demand is set to fall by 7.2% in 2020, with the COVID-19 pandemic driving significantly lower demand.

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