The KIP development caters for all nature of tenant facilities – i.e. from large customised facilities through to smaller, economically efficient mini-factories.
South Africa is currently attracting just 1% of global spending on mining exploration, a figure that normally reaches R160-billion annually
Investing in African Mining Indaba (Mining Indaba) today announced the launch of its Virtual Investment Programme, taking place 30-31 March 2021
As a mine, we are constantly reminded that the future is a legacy in the making and the best tomorrow for all, relies on the crucial decisions we make today.
R5-billion investment by Vedanta Zinc International is a major catalyst for growth.
Including news and analysis of the most important sectors, special features on transport and logistics, and specific plans that are in place to promote manufacturing in Limpopo.
Including updated overviews of each of the key economic sectors in the province, with references to the latest investments by companies across multiple sectors.
Special Economic Zones and expanded infrastructure are central elements to the strategies being devised to grow the Gauteng economy.
Amid continuing uncertainty, Investing in African Mining Indaba announces cancellation of the 2021 edition...
The event will return on 7-10 February 2022. Next year's virtual event will be taking place 2-3 February 2021.
The 2021 edition South African Business journal, provides unique insight and knowledge about the South African economy. Read it in e-book format here.