Welcome to Creamer Media’s Resources Watch, a weekly video round-up of the events and people making and shaping the news in the mining industry.
Hopes rise as top firms arrive at potential flow-through share model to stimulate mining exploration
Struggling ferrochrome needs chrome export tax as interim measure
And, Profitable circular economy concepts making future potentially bright for coal miners
A flow-through share model has been drawn up with the help of top firms to stimulate badly neglected mining exploration in South Africa.
Minerals Council South Africa Junior Miners’ Forum Chairperson Errol Smart
The struggling electricity-intensive South African ferrochrome industry, which has taken significant strides to increase its efficiency and reduce its electricity consumption, needs urgent steps to be taken to enable it to restore its competitiveness.
Richards Bay Alloys CEO Andries van Heerden
Coal mining companies need to start looking at creating their own profitable circular economies around existing coal assets because it is possible.
African Source Markets CEO Bevan Jones
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