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SA government promotes industry at Mining Indaba

The South African government is calling on potential investors to inject their resources in the local mining sector, saying that they can contribute throughout...
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South Africa’s role in clean energy discussed at Mining Indaba

Production will start at South Africa's first fuel cell component plant by December, it was announced at the Investing in African Mining Indaba. Fuel...

Infographic: Mining robot can save lives

Safety in mines is a big issue in South Africa, and robots produced by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research present the perfect solution. Its Mobile Intelligence Autonomous Systems group created and tested robots that can monitor the safety of mines after blasting.

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South Africa’s message at the 2017 Mining Indaba

Starting on 6 February, the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba is again taking place in Cape Town. It gives South Africa an opportunity...

Iron Lady of manganese takes on mining’s big boys

Daphne Mashile-Nkosi is the owner of a multimillion-rand manganese mine in the arid Northern Cape town of Hotazel and one of a handful of women in South Africa's mining industry. Battle-hardened by her experiences in the struggle against apartheid, she's not afraid to tackle those who stand in her way.

South Africa looks to mining's future

South Africa looks to mining’s future

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane opened the Investing in African Mining Indaba this morning on a sombre note, saying it comes when mining is in its "winter season". But said he had met one on one with stakeholders and was certain there were ways they could revive the industry.
Zwane: future of South Africa's mining is bright

Zwane: future of South Africa’s mining is bright

Ahead of the Mining Indaba, Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane emphasised that despite labour, revenue and social challenges in the industry, the future of mining in South Africa was still bright. Progress had been made to save jobs and address transformation, he said.

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The annual Mining Indaba is being held between 8-11 February in Cape Town this year. South African investors and stakeholders in the mining sector to connect with international roleplayers and facilitate opportunities for growth and development.

Nanotechnology to curb water pollution in mining

The problem of acid water draining from abandoned mine dumps and shafts has long seemed insurmountable, with some estimates putting the pollution on the Witwatersrand as high as 350 litres a day. New technology from Dow Sub-Saharan Africa is finally offering a solution.

Africa's miners gather in Cape Town

South Africa is ready for investment, says Ramathlodi

A high-level dialogue at the Mining Indaba, currently under way in Cape Town, highlighted that government, labour and industry share the same vision: ensuring South Africa's mining industry becomes a global catalyst for growth.

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