Saturday, April 21, 2018

The world needs a uniform emissions standard, such as Euro 6, so that developing nations have access to the clean air enjoyed in Davos.

South Africa's mining sector has lost ground in its ability to attract international investment, but tripartite cooperation can restore our fortunes.

The view that the dearth of foreign direct investment in South Africa's mining sector is down to poor politics has been over-played.

The South African government is able to restrict water supply to mining companies during drought even if firms hold an integrated water use licence.

Platinum group metals have a vibrant, healthy future that far outweighs the current stresses in the market, argues Chamber of Mines CEO, Roger Baxter.

It makes better sense to integrate our management of our water resources in a manner that does not require legislative change.

Instead of trying to protect political careers, it would be better to tackle the root causes of the Marikana atrocity identified in the Farlam Commission's report.

Anglo American Platinum has saved and refunded R3m to its workers by properly administrating indebtedness, but it's only the tip of the iceberg.

Mining companies have forgotten why they exist, a type of hypoxia caused from a prolonged period of sky-high metal prices.

It's just as well miners are optimistic because we face some heavy challenges, especially in the platinum sector where costs will be 20% higher over 13 months.