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Finland takes top spot for mining-friendly investment
Finland takes top spot for mining-friendly investment
23rd February 2018 By: Henry Lazenby

Finland has ousted Saskatchewan as the top international jurisdiction for mining investment, Canada's Fraser Institute announced on Thursday. Canada's leading independent think-tank, the Fraser... 


HULME SCHOLES For the first time . . . we will see the trust deficit between the mining industry and department close
There is new energy to ease mining industry conflict – Scholes
16th February 2018 By: Mia Breytenbach

There appears to be new political resolve to mend the relationship between the mining industry and the Department of Mineral Resources, says specialised law firm Malan Scholes director Hulme... 


Sound policy, low risk key to attracting mining investment
Sound policy, low risk key to attracting mining investment
16th February 2018 By: Henry Lazenby

The global equity markets have been extremely volatile in recent weeks, extending a frantic selloff in US stocks that culminated in the steepest plunge for the Dow Jones Industrial Average in... 


SIGNED, SEALED, DELIVERED AMIS’ offering of certified reference materials can be used for analytical method validation, calibration of analytical equipment and in procedural quality control programs in assay laboratories
Exhibitor cautiously optimistic about 2018
26th January 2018 By: Nadine James

Analytical services provider African Mineral Standards (AMIS) – a subsidiary of JSE-listed industrial group Torre Industries – is a producer of mineral certified reference materials (CRMs) and has... 


Danie Pretorius
New ‘disruptive’ mine borer heads for Indaba unveiling
18th January 2018 By: Martin Creamer

A new Proudly South African mine tunnel borer that requires no blasting, delivers higher production advances, comes with a collaboration imprimatur and can be retrofitted to existing operations,... 


DRA CEO Wray Carvelas
DRA expands Asia-Pacific footprint
17th January 2018 By: Martin Creamer

Global engineering, project delivery, contract operations specialist and asset management group DRA’s acquisition of Perth-based Minnovo expands its Australian footprint and adds depth to its... 


Glencore CEO Ivan Glasenberg
Glencore reserves should be valued higher – analysts
15th January 2018 By: Martin Creamer

Investors should be prepared to value the reserves of metal that Glencore owns more highly to reward the proactive approach that the London- and Johannesburg-listed diversified mining company has... 


Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) research and information head Jorge Maia
Smarter mining, manufacture, agriculture needed, says IDC’s Maia
12th January 2018 By: Martin Creamer

South Africa needs to aim towards smarter mining, smarter agriculture and smarter manufacturing. “It’s about taking all the major sectors of the economy forward, with each feeding on the other,”... 


United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) economic affairs officer Stefan Csordas
Crucial for commodity countries to build economic resilience – Unctad
11th December 2017 By: Martin Creamer

Without policy change, commodity-dependent developing countries risk falling short of achieving their sustainable development goals (SDGs) by 2030, United Nations Conference on Trade and... 


Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa
Cyril Ramaphosa calls for mining sector action
11th December 2017 By: Martin Creamer

South Africa must urgently break the ongoing deadlock on the regulation and transformation of the mining sector to ensure the proper use of this country’s world-class mineral resources, says Deputy... 


Erudite founding director Johann de Bruin (right) and Martin Creamer
Owner’s engineer role by ‘Proudly South African’ Erudite pleasing Perth
8th December 2017 By: Martin Creamer

New ‘Proudly South African’ start-up Erudite Strategies has hit a rich vein of acceptance in Australia, where investors in junior mining projects in Africa are showing alacrity in taking up its... 


Tertiary raises cash for potential acquisitions
6th December 2017 By: Mariaan Webb

Aim-traded Tertiary Minerals has raised £500 000 in a share placement to fund potential acquisitions and for the ongoing development of its current fluorspar projects. Tertiary, which is advancing... 


Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani
Change or lose another 100 000 mining jobs – Cutifani
4th December 2017 By: Martin Creamer

Without change, the South African mining industry would lose another 100 000 jobs, said Anglo American CEO Mark Cutifani, who six years ago accurately predicted the recent 100 000 job demise in... 


Tertiary gains access to prefinancing with Possehl agreement
29th November 2017 By: Megan van Wyngaardt

Aim-listed Tertiary Minerals has signed a memorandum of understanding with global commodities trading group Possehl Erzkontor to enter into a definitive purchase and sales agreement, the company... 


PAUL MILLER
A significant volume of additional capital needs to be earmarked for every new mining project to account for risk associated with policy uncertainty
'A good number of investors' considering countries offering better return-on-investment prospects than SA
17th November 2017 By: Donna Slater

Mining policies imposed by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) on local industry are creating increased uncertainty for investors, a growing number of whom are considering investing in mining... 


Namibia Rare Earths expands metals portfolio
10th November 2017 By: Henry Lazenby

TSX-V-listed project developer Namibia Rare Earths has signed an agreement with private firm Gecko Namibia to acquire a controlling interest in a portfolio of seven metals properties, thereby... 


Nokeng mulling two or three more fluorspar mines by 2026 as huge shortage is predicted
Nokeng mulling two or three more fluorspar mines by 2026 as huge shortage is predicted
8th September 2017 By: Mia Breytenbach

Following the breakthrough of opening the first new mine in Gauteng, South Africa, in the last 12 years, which is being developed by producer SepFluor’s wholly owned Nokeng fluorspar mine, the... 


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