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ESG and ethical investment: How to manage the risk more effectively

"The requirement for credible and verifiable data-based situational information across the mining sector is going to increase." -
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Africa-Australia mining connection in focus at Africa Mining Forum

“If you are not in Africa, you are not in mining.”
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Minerals Council South Africa observes Global Ethics Day 2020

The Minerals Council is using this day to reinforce members’ commitment to the Membership Compact, its code of ethical business conduct.
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South Africa’s mining industry weathered COVID-19

Gold and PGM accounted for 80% of the market capitalisation of the companies analysed this year and continue to dominate the sector.

World Gold Council committed to Sustainable Development Goals

“The UN’s deadline to meet its Sustainable Development Goals will soon be upon us and it is vital the pandemic does not postpone progress."
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Energy transition will have transformative effect

"As an example, in South Africa the move away from energy coal may need to proceed at a different pace than elsewhere."
Mining Indaba’s Green Metals webinar

Driving the future of green metals – challenges become opportunities

It’s no secret that pressure to prioritise ESG factors is rising from investors, regulators and activists alike.
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Common ground: Partnership to boost local procurement

Growing demands for mines to procure goods and services in-country have brought a recent strategic partnership to foster local procurement.
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Sensor-based sorting technology partnership accelerates sustainable innovation

Acrux Sorting Technology and IMS Engineering have entered into a strategic partnership to provide sensor-based sorting technology to mineral resource owners on a fully funded basis.

Australian miners: Leading the pack on ESG in Africa

Australian metals and minerals companies operating in Africa have largely escaped the immediate impact of the COVID-19 crisis.