Sunday, February 17, 2019

It may sound bloody-minded, but now is the time to back mining whilst tomorrow's supply deficit is being written today, says MSA Group MD, Keith Scott.

It is time for South Africans to face three tough truths if the country is to make the best of its mineral endowement, writes Anglo American CEO, Mark Cutifani.

Despite talk of stimulus measures, it would appear that China will not provide the trampoline effect for which the mining sector was hoping in 2015.

TEBA's Graham Herbert sets out some of the initiatives that will improve the lot mineworkers, and why we can be optimistic about the labour market in 2015.

Stephen Meintjes, an analyst at Imara, calls for mining taxes to be replaced by a system of natural resource rentals.

The modern gold mining company should have small, properly incentivised management teams with a handle on costs, and debt and capital allocation.