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By: Desislava Tzoneva 25th January 2008 Diversified mining company Anglo American is confident in the future growth of the South African mining industry, Anglo American media relations manager Pranill Ramchander tells Mining Weekly prior to this year’s Mining Indaba. →
By: Desislava Tzoneva 25th January 2008 Mining representative body, the South African Chamber of Mines (CoM) communications adviser Sibongiseni Dlamini tells Mining Weekly that platinum holds the biggest potential for growth in the global mining industry. →
By: Martin Creamer 9th March 2007 Miners in Africa have the ability to create economic welfare that long outlives their mines, says Randgold Resources CEO Dr Mark Bristow, whose company has paid $550-million to African host countries in taxes, dividends and royalties in the last ten years and skilled up 3 300 people. →
By: Jade Davenport 9th March 2007 A study that was initiated in 2005 by the key stakeholders in the South African gold mining sector has identified 13 key initiatives that need to be examined and addressed in order to improve the long-term sustainability and productivity of the gold sector. →
By: Jade Davenport 9th March 2007 The current super-cycle that was characterising global resource commodity prices was anticipated soon to recede back to normal trading levels that were primarily dictated by supply and demand fundamentals, Nedbank head of mining and resources Mark Tyler said. →
By: Martin Creamer 9th March 2007 Mining productivity solutions provider Gemcom Software International reported continuing growth of its operations in Africa, with the addition of new personnel, locations and an expanded range of offerings. →
By: Martin Creamer 9th March 2007 African gold company AngloGold Ashanti wanted to demonstrate to the governments of the six African countries in which it operated that gold was a resource blessing and not a resource curse, said CEO Bobby Godsell. →
By: Martin Creamer 9th March 2007 The Mining Indaba’s net annual knock-on effect to the South African economy is a half a billion rand, International Investment Conferences (IIC) VP Tim Wood calculates. →
By: Jade Davenport 9th March 2007 Black empowered mining house African Rainbow Minerals (ARM) said it was well on track to achieve its target of doubling the size of the company and reducing cost of production by 2010. →
By: Martin Creamer 9th March 2007 Diversified mining major Rio Tinto plans to conclude its order-of-magnitude study at Chapudi in South Africa by second quarter of this year.?Exploration head Eric Finlayson reports that Rio Tinto has completed the resource delineation drilling for the study. →