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Amended legislation to ease doing business in South Africa

Amendments to the National Environmental Management and the Mineral and Petroleum Development Acts will soon see a smoother process to licensing in the mining sector, improving the climate for investment in the country.

Mining Indaba: Growing population to boost Africa’s mineral development


Speaking at the 2014 Mining Indaba, Minerals Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said a growing world population was a good sign for Africa's development; Red Door Research's Jim Lennon echoed this, saying China's development needs would mean strong demand for the continent's resources.

Cape Town is open for business – De Lille

For a region that has very little mining activity Cape Town has become rather fond of the Mining Indaba. This is understandable, as over its...

Focus on African resources at Mining Indaba

With #MiningIndaba trending on Twitter, the first full day of the 20th Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town focused on transparency in the industry, and on the scramble for Africa's resources – the continent accounts for 30% of mining resources in the world, much of it untapped.


Africa, mining industry ‘must grow together’

A major shift in how mining companies operate in Africa is required for the industry to contribute effectively to the continent's growth, South African Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu told the Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Monday.
Massive potential in African mining: IFC

‘Continent of opportunities’ at Mining Indaba

Business and political thought-leaders from Africa, Australia, North America and the UK will headline the 20th annual Investing in African Mining Indaba, with about 8 000 delegates expected to converge on Cape Town from 3 to 6 February.

Brand South Africa urges South Africans to continue Playing their Part to grow our...

Miller Matola, CEO of Brand South Africa JOHANNESBURG, October 16 2013 – Brand South Africa today presented its Annual Report 2012/13 to the Parliamentary...
Women stand tall at Mining Indaba

Women stand tall at Mining Indaba

Cynthia Carroll, Susan Shabangu and Bridgette Radebe are three women standing tall in mining, an industry that has been dominated by men for centuries. All three were present - two gave keynote addresses - at the 2013 Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town.


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