women in mining
Women are redefining pathways to power, rearchitecting industries, sparking movements, and solving the most pressing problems of our time.
Legislative restrictions, gender restrictions and superstition stood in the way of women proving what a valuable resource they would be to mining.
Mining companies must pledge that they not only uphold women’s rights in the workplace but that female employees are indeed protected
Diamonds & Gemstones
The Minerals Council South Africa congratulates the Top 100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining and recognises South African women.
President of Ghana has confirmed as keynote speaker for Mining Indaba's 25th anniversary celebrations in 2019.
Exclusive interview with the Hon Janet Adeyemi, President of Women in Mining, Nigeria. At the upcoming Nigeria Mining Week in Abuja in October, she...
In honour of womens' month, Mining Review Africa editor Laura Cornish discusses the role that women are currently fulfilling in the mining industry, why they are doing a fantastic job and in light of this, the need for a great population of the female gender in the sector.
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