South Africa and Japan sign cooperation agreement in mining - eNCA

Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane and his counterpart the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, Hiroshige Seko, during the signing of a cooperation agreement in Cape Town. Photo: African News Agency. CAPE TOWN - South Africa ...

“The industry is turning and now is the time to take advantage” - Mining Journal (subscription)

Investing in African Mining Indaba managing director Alex Grose has said the industry was improving and announced a new Investing in Latin America mining event to be held in Santiago in July. Staff reporter; 08 Feb 2017; 4:15; News. Share ...

Gordhan calls for mining industry rethink - Independent Online

Cape Town – South Africa Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Tuesday urged mining companies in Africa to empower the youth and re-skill their workers to counter the adverse effects of technology, while ensuring that they mined commodities sustainably.

Women affected by mining call for inclusive Indaba - Times LIVE

A group of women stand firm outside the Cape Town International Convention Centre during the Mining Indaba to protest about a lack of inclusivity at the event. Image by: Ashraf Hendricks/GroudUp ...

Chamber calls for workable, practical Mining Charter - Creamer Media's Mining Weekly

CAPE TOWN (miningweekly.com) – The Chamber of Mines (CoM) has cautiously welcomed the address by Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane to the Investing in African Mining Indaba, in Cape Town. However, it has various concerns, and has ...

South Africa to publish contested mining charter by March - The Africa Report

Platinum mineworkers report for work at Anglo American's platinum mine in Marikana, South Africa. Photo: Denis Farrell/AP/SIPA. South Africa will publish its revised mining charter by next month, a minister said on Monday, bringing closer legislation ...

'Zwane doesn't inspire confidence' - union - Independent Online

Cape Town - Trade union Solidarity has criticised Mineral Resources Minister Mosebezeni Zwane's opening address at the mining indaba, saying it failed to boost investor confidence. The union said on Monday that Zwane missed an opportune moment to ...

#MiningIndaba: 2017 the year of action for mining industry - Independent Online

Cape Town - South African minister of Mineral Resources, Mosebenzi Zwane, assured investors and stakeholders on Monday that the government would act on finalising outstanding mining legislation and deal with uncertainty in the mining industry.

#MiningIndaba a boon for Cape Town - Independent Online

Cape Town - Western Cape Economic Opportunities MEC, Alan Winde, on Monday welcomed the delegates of the Investing in African Mining Indaba to the Western Cape, saying the event formed an important part of the city's tourism calendar. The Investing ...

Commodity prices making a comeback - Inside Mining

252953f Investors and mining firms gather today at Africa's biggest industry conference amid a newfound optimism that the uptick in commodity prices could shore up investment after years of downturn. The annual four-day Mining Indaba in Cape Town takes ...

SA's ailing mining industry drills for answers at annual indaba - BizNews

Mining in South Africa is harder and costlier than ever and industry investments are flowing outwards instead of inwards – that's the uncomfortably warm water delegates to the annual Mining Indaba in Cape Town will be swimming in this week. Some key ...

#MiningIndaba is less gloomy - Independent Online

Johannesburg - The mood at this week's Mining Indaba was expected to be optimistic, compared to last year, after the apparent rebound in certain commodity prices, mining experts said on Friday. As local and international mining industry players - who ...

Activists hold alternative mining indaba in Mother City - Times LIVE

Cape Town holds many natural attractions for convention-goers, such as Table Mountain, but those attending this year's Mining Indaba may be lured by a quickening of market forces in resources. Image by: STEVEN MORROW ...

Africa mining sector meets amid commodity price comeback - Guardian

Commodities like iron, copper and tin are soaring, raising hope among analysts this year's Mining Indaba in Cape Town may spur funding for new mining ventures. PHOTO: AMY COOPES/AFP/File. Investors and mining firms gather Monday at Africa's biggest ...

Ayade Parleys Investors In South Africa On Coal-to-Power Projects - The Whistler

Governor Ben Ayade of Cross River State in his determined effort harnessed the potentials of the state is partnering Cape Town, South Africa where he is attending the 'Investing in African Mining Indaba', the world's largest mining investment ...

South Africa shares valuable mining lessons learnt with Africa - Inside Mining

AAEAAQAAAAAAAAOyAAAAJDVjMjhhNGI3LWY3YmYtNDBhZS1iOTJlLTdhMjFiYjU0YzQwZg There have been visible signs of hope in some commodity prices, as well as an increase in exploration drilling, which has resulted in a more upbeat tone to this ...

SA and Angola strengthen cooperation in mining and upstream petroleum - Mining Review

South Africa and Angola have committed to strengthen co-operation in the areas of mining and upstream petroleum, said Minister of Mineral Resources Mosebenzi Zwane. Minister Zwane's statement follows a meeting with his Angolan counterpart, Minister of ...

South Africa, Japan sign cooperation agreement in mining - Citizen

Japan remains a major trading partner for SA, with about 140 companies active in the country and more than 150 000 jobs created. South Africa and Japan on Wednesday concluded a cooperation agreement in mining at the annual Investing in African Mining ...

Building capacity in political parties for resource governance - Moneyweb.co.za

Cape Town – Mining, mineral and resource ministers, civil society, think tanks, business and activists gathered on the sidelines of Mining Indaba on Tuesday to discuss the developmental approach to natural resource governance across Africa.

Alt-Mining Indaba: Extraction's dark side on display - Daily Maverick

It's Mining Indaba week in Cape Town, where delegates can pay upwards of R20,000 per ticket for the chance to hear mining's power players give the state of play for the industry. On the other side of town there's a very different sort of event ...