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Engineering Africa’s Economic Renaissance Mining has the potential to help uplift the underperforming economies of Africa
Mining has the potential to help uplift the underperforming economies of Africa by unlocking the full potential of its rich resources from a mineral, skills development,
17 Jul 2018
Taking The Conversation Beyond Compliance Many mines still seem to regard their environmental and social (E&S) impacts as marginal to their core business
Despite over 80 financial institutions worldwide adopting the Equator Principles in an effort to minimise borrowers’ governance risks, many mines still seem to regard their
17 Jul 2018
Black Manufacturers Are No Longer A Myth Naledi Inhlanganiso (Pty) Ltd is an industrial group operating in the basic iron and steel manufacturing sector. Naledi Foundry is one of the largest black-owned foundries in South Africa and has roots going back to 1912
Throughout the years, the foundry was very involved in the automotive sector where it was a major casting supplier of components but has since diversified to service the
17 Jul 2018
Mining Indaba Hogan Lovells partners Beech and Veltman discuss state of mining
Experts Warren Beech, head of mining at Hogan Lovells and Nicholas Veltman, partner at Hogan Lovells talk the state of mining in Southern Africa at Mining Indaba 2018.
08 Mar 2018
PALABORA MINING COMPANY: THE PERENNIAL ACHIEVER Palabora Mining Company (PMC), or Palabora Copper as it is known, is a copper mine situated in the Limpopo Province, it is South Africa’s sole producer of refined copper, and has been operational since its incorporation in 1956
PMC consists of an underground mining, concentrating, smelting and refining operation. PMC successfully extracts and beneficiates copper and other by-products in the Ba-Phalaborwa
27 Feb 2018
AVERT DANGER BY KEEPING UP WITH WORKPLACE SAFETY TRENDS Rewind to about 125 years ago and a vastly different picture of labour safety emerges. What was then largely an agricultural economy, was moving swiftly into the industrial age, especially in South Africa (SA), which was experiencing the gold mining boom.
Rewind to about 125 years ago and a vastly different picture of labour safety emerges. What was then largely an agricultural economy, was moving swiftly into the industrial age,
27 Feb 2018 - A. M. / C. I. S. G.
MINING FOR GOOD: WHY MINES MUST GET BETTER AT TALKING As mining’s leaders make their annual pilgrimage to Cape Town’s African Mining Indaba, the sector is facing some of its most daunting hurdles yet–including winning the confidence and collaboration of vulnerable local communities whose sustainability is increasingly threatened by global impacts like climate change
It is no longer a point of debate where the most pressing operational risks for mining lie; as difficult as the issues are that relate to commodity price cycles and finance
14 Feb 2018
EDITOR'S NOTE Separating man from machine
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s favourite business monthly as we fire-up the engines on another pulsating year, which is make or break for a flagging
02 Feb 2018
SRK CONSULTING Don’t avoid risk, manage it better – SRK
With Africa still low on the global mining risk rankings, explorers and developers being drawn back into the continent by the commodity price recovery would be wise to step
14 Dec 2017
DOORS OPEN IN MINING FOR LEADERS TO MANAGE SOCIAL RISK The growing focus on managing social and environmental impacts in the male-dominated mining sector is creating entirely new fields of opportunity for female professionals and leaders like Vassie Maharaj, who is now a Director, partner and Principal Consultant in stakeholder engagement and social risk management at the highly respected SRK Consulting, based in Johannesburg
In EY’s 2016/2017 top ten business risks for the mining and metals sector, the social license to operate ranks fourth on the ranking. Maharaj’s contribution as a
13 Sep 2017 - S. B.




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