COVID-19 Recovery

Mining sector perseveres despite Covid-19

Mining sector perseveres despite Covid-19

The South African mining sector is managing the Covid-19 pandemic remarkably well, but the country needs to do more if it wants mining to benefit from the looming demand peak in ‘green minerals’.  Ralf Hennecke, General Manager: Technology and...
SA’s surface miners bounce back

SA’s surface miners bounce back

Esteemed economist, Dr Roelof Botha, says it will be all systems go when South Africa’s surface miners return to work in the beginning of 2021, as the strong recovery continues since the end of hard-lockdown and pushes demand for building materials...
Ramaphosa gives mining nod at MI Virtual

Ramaphosa gives mining a nod at MI Virtual

President Cyril Ramaphosa commended South Africa’s mining industry for protecting the health and lives of workers throughout the global Covid-19 pandemic. Ramaphosa was speaking during his presidential address at the Investing in African Mining...
ZAC gears up to restart operations

ZAC gears up to restart operations

KwaZulu-Natal based Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC) is gearing up to restart mining and processing operations at the mine. The mine has been on care and maintenance since President Cyril Ramaphosa’s declaration of the state of national disaster...
Returning to work safely

Returning to work safely

With the start of the new year, Arnot Opco’s staff members are returning to work. With the country and the world still firmly in the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, worker safety is paramount. The year 2021 is a milestone year for the company which...
What to expect from MI Virtual

What to expect from MI Virtual

Investing in African Mining Indaba announced the line-up of keynote speakers for Mining Indaba Virtual, which will take place 2-3 February 2021. The organisers are delighted to confirm four heads of state will be delivering keynote addresses,...