Investing in African Mining Indaba is to host its third Investment Battlefield competition set to take place during the 25th edition of the event on 4-6 February 2019. The event organisers are looking for sub-Saharan Africa’s most promising mining companies with a market capital of $50 million or below.
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Are investors sticking with the traditional safe bet gold, up-and-coming battery metals or the risky newcomer on the scene Marijuana? Ahead of the panel debate at the 2019 Mining Indaba, we’ve looked at some of the main arguments around each.
Mining Indaba and IGF meeting with key industry organisations to drive sustainable economic development...
The meeting took place in Geneva, Switzerland at the IGF’s Annual General Meeting that brings together industry and government leaders to address some of the most pressing environmental, economic and social issues arising as a result of extractive activities.
South Africa is investing in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) as a major plank of its industrial development policy. A range of incentives are available to attract new skills and develop new industries.
The pace of innovation is rapidly increasing and 2018 is no stranger to game changing technology developments, so what wearable tech is changing the game in public safety?
Multi-sector opportunities in strategically positioned Special Economic Zone in the border town of Komatipoort, 5 km from the Mozambique-South Africa border.
Mining Indaba interviewed Nichole McCulloch, MD of Women in Mining UK about her ideas on gender diversity in the industry.
Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) and multi-tiered sub-concessions available for this greenfield, deep-water port development comprising two berths, supported by a 550 km railway line.
False Bay College was selected as the Centre of Specialisation for riggers and mechanical fitters in the Western Cape.