Anglo American recently launched its Sustainability Strategy, outlining an innovative approach to three major areas of sustainability – the environment, community development, and driving greater trust and transparency across the […]
Straddling the Arab Maghreb and western sub-Saharan Africa, Mauritania’s massive mineral resource wealth makes it an attractive prospect for resource investors. The country is an established producer of crude oil, […]
In a challenging economic climate, companies with effective, inspirational leaders are favourably positioned to weather the storm. Under managing director Thierry Pimi, Cummins SA has placed an unwavering focus on […]
The beginning of 2019 is expected to see the first production of conflict-free tin concentrate at Alphamin Bisie Tin Mine. Phila Mzamo looks at the stakeholders’ journey thus far.
Russian mining company Norilsk Nickel (Nornickel) entered the African market 10 years ago, in the halcyon days of soaring nickel prices. CEO Michael Marriott reflects on how far the company […]
While Alexkor’s roots were planted almost 90 years ago in Alexander Bay in the Northern Cape, the area’s diamonds have their own fascinating, 100-million-year history. Read more.
The Damang Gold mine in Ghana is being given a second life with the reinvestment plan announced by Gold Fields in October 2016 to extend the life of mine by […]
Inside Mining Editor, Mientjie Kleinhans speaks to Phillip Barton, CEO of De Beers about the challenges and successes of the diamond miner over the passed 129 years. Barton highlights two […]
Mbuyelo Coal’s Manungu Project in Delmas, Mpumalanga, is a simple, yet it has managed to increase its coal production much earlier than originally planned. Mientjie Kleinhans discovers its secret
After having been placed in business-rescue earlier this year, South African Dilokong Chrome Mine (DCM) Tailings Project has a brighter future, as its owner revealed increased production figures and the […]