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The rise of the junior in South Africa

A junior has a number of benefits to offer which in almost all cases will ensure long-term sustainability for our existing and new mine developments.
Corruption State

“No one would listen”- State Capture warnings in South Africa

It was with a confusing combination of emotions that I completed my reading of Pieter-Louis Myburgh’s ‘Gangster State’ about State Capture in South Africa.
Mining

2018: A year of positive change for mining

It has been a positive year for Mining Review Africa - the magazine truly cemented itself as a leader in the mining, B2B publishing space.
mining charter

Several wins for Solidarity in Mining Charter negotiations

Trade union Solidarity is grateful that four of its five demands have been included in the new draft charter. The demand that new cost items be limited in the charter given that such items can hamper growth, which could result in retrenchments and smaller increases was, however, not accommodated.
mining charter

Does the Department of Mineral Resources lack staff capacity and expertise?

There are concerns that the Department of Mineral Resources has sufficient capacity and senior expertise to manage the monitoring of and compliance with the new Mining Charter. This is according to Solidarity general secretary Gideon...
mining charter

Trade unions positive about initial Mining Charter negotiations

Negotiations on the draft Mining Charter started this weekend under the direction of Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe,  and his deputy Godfrey Oliphant. Apart from AMCU, all interested parties, including mining trade unions...
Mantashe Sibanye

Gwede Mantashe appointed to clean up Mosebenzi Zwane’s legacy

In a late evening cabinet reshuffle briefing, where 10 South African ministers were removed from their positions by President Cyril Ramaphosa – including Mosebenzi Zwane – it was announced that Gwede Mantashe is the...
South Africa

Cyril Ramaphosa can help solve mining impasse in South Africa

The mining industry in South Africa is in danger of becoming paralyzed by litigation and adversarial relationships that hinder our country’s ability to benefit from our resources. There is a need for a fresh approach to...
Women in Mining

Women in mining – time to move beyond Mining Charter targets

At Cape Town’s annual Mining Indaba, Minister of Mineral Resources’ Mosebenzi Zwane lauded the mining industry for its progress on transformation targets, especially female representation in the sector. AUTHOR: Sean Jones, MD of the Artisan...
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VIDEO: Hogan Lovells mining experts talk future outlook for Africa’s mining industry

Mining Review Africa editor Laura Cornish talks to Warren Beech, Head of Mining, Hogan Lovells and Nicholas Veltman, Partner, Hogan Lovells (Johannesburg) at the Investing in African Mining Indaba conference about the future outlook...

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