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Inaugural Cumbre aims to bolster investment in Latin America

7th July 2017 Generalist and specialist investors are returning to the Latin American mining sector in large numbers, as they see the opportunity for returns re-emerging, Mining Indaba director of content Harry Chapman tells Mining Weekly. Therefore, leveraging the success and channelling the expertise gleaned... 

High hopes for inaugural Investing in LatAm Mining Cumbre

26th June 2017 Generalist and specialist investors are returning to the Latin American mining sector in large numbers, as they see the opportunity for returns re-emerging, content developer and presentation coordinator Mining Indaba director of content Harry Chapman tells Mining Weekly. The cusp of... 

Latin America event announced as Indaba declares mining on the way back up

6th February 2017 The mining industry is on the way back up and the time to take advantage of that is now, the new Investing in African Mining Indaba MD Alex Grose said on Monday. Speaking at the opening of the Investing in African Mining Indaba, Grose said the Mining Indaba, as a barometer of a market, was... 

Mining Indaba remains pivotal to Africa

3rd February 2017 The mineral resources sector remains “critically important” to the African continent, which is why the Investing in African Mining Indaba has consistently been regarded as an event of “paramount significance”, says Mining Indaba MD Alex Grose. This is also a key motivation for the at least 24... 
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Remgro acquires Unilever’s spreads business in Southern Africa

Investment company Remgro will sell its 25.75% interest in Unilever South Africa to the Unilever group, in exchange for full ownership of the Unilever spreads business in Southern Africa and R4.9-billion in cash. The full value of the transaction is R11.9-billion, with the spreads business valued... 

Jarana to start as SAA CEO on November 1

South African Airways (SAA) announced that its new CEO Vuyani Jarana will take up his position on November 1.   “The decision follows the conclusion of negotiations with his current employer [Vodacom] on his release date,” said SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali.   Jarana's appointment is intended to... 
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