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Congo throws power deficit to top of agenda

MINING INDABA 2016by Liesl Peyper | Wed, 10 Feb 2016
Democratic of Congo mines minister, Martin Kabwelulu, said there were no plans to change the country's mining code and said investment in power was crucial. Read ›

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    by David McKay | 09 Feb 2016 - |
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     Ben Magara, CEO of Lonmin, said the company was producing positive cash flow following a restructuring and helped by rand denominated revenues. Read ›
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    Kerr calls on rivals to stem manganese exports

    by David McKay | 10 Feb 2016 - |
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    Graham Kerr Graham KerrGraham Kerr, CEO of South32, said the fragmented growth in manganese exports was hurting the mineral's prospects while building export rail was unnecessary. Read ›

    Chidakwa deters 'Cecil John Rhodes' investors

    by Liesl Peyper | 10 Feb 2016 - |
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     Zimbabwe mines minister, Walter Chidakwa, said investors taking a Cecil John Rhodes approach to mining in Africa was not welcome in his country. Read ›

    Urgent need for single, global emissions standard

    by Ben Magara | 10 Feb 2016 - |
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     The world needs a uniform emissions standard, such as Euro 6, so that developing nations have access to the clean air enjoyed in Davos. Read ›
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