Friday, February 15, 2019

Mining Indaba 2019

Mining Indaba 2019

A MINING exploration project in Central Africa was running into difficulty: the promised jobs were not materialising, and the companies involved needed to make...

MINERALS Council South Africa said this week that it has been compiling data on junior and emerging miners, with some green shoots starting to sprout...

SOUTH Africa's explosive land issue and its commitment to rooting out corruption were key concerns for investors who remained wary of a mining sector...

THE winds of change were blowing through Africa again, but this time positively following the appointments of Cyril Ramaphosa as president of South Africa,...

THE uranium market was turning around and this time it was for real after being depressed for the past decade during which price recoveries were...

First Quantum Minerals was one of several companies that had bid for a 17% stake in the state-owned mining investment firm, Zambia Consolidated Copper...

IT'S the productivity, stupid. That's the underlying message from two new reports about the South African mining industry, one by consulting McKinsey & Company, the...

MUCH of the work needed to transform Barrick Gold Corp. had already been done by chairman John Thornton making the task of newly appointed...

STATE-run utility Eskom, widely cited as the key risk to South Africa's mining industry and the wider economy, was "too big to fail", and...

TALKS between the Zambian government and Barrick Gold regarding the future of the Canadian firm's Lumwana copper/gold mine were said by mines minister, Richard Musukwa...