#MiningIndaba2020

Renewable energy potential for mines

Encouraging comments by Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Gwede Mantashe at the Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town last week had the industry abuzz with possibilities for self-generation of electricity. With their recent...

Africa capitalises on Mining Indaba

The Investing in African Mining Indaba conference has come to an end. This year, Africa made its presence known when 40 African countries were represented at the investment conference. Their high-profile participation included a president, a prime...

Council throws its weight behind clean energy

The Minerals Council South Africa addressed some of the issues surrounding the mining of coal, in the context of growing public concern in South Africa and around the world on the on its impact on climate change at the Investing in African Mining...

Dark mining days could soon be over

Load shedding will soon be a thing of the past for mine companies. This according to Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe – who hinted at the possibility of mine companies producing their own electricity. Mantashe made...

Another president confirms for Indaba

Sierra Leone president Julius Maada Wonie Bio has confirmed his attendance for the 2020 Investing in African Mining Indaba, taking place in Cape Town from 3 – 6 February 2020. Sierra Leone has large reserves of diamonds, iron ore, rutile and...