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African Mining

January 2020

Published on in “Business, Trade”, language — English. 68 pages.
A mine’s role as the key driver of change is a lot different today than it was fifty years ago. In the past the mine would initiate disturbance and dominate the level of succession and pace of change. Back then, global mining companies were closed systems not much affected by outside influences. They dominated international markets and monopolised commodity prices. Individual mines left a lasting impression in the area of operation, and left their surroundings in an altered, often unrecognisable More
Running with the bulls The mining industry is slowly shaking off the super-boom hangover. Although still in a slumber, the worst headache seems to be over. Despite a number of highs and lows, 2016 has been a good year for commodities. In fact, by mid-2016 a number of prices — with gold leading the charge — were on the brink of entering a bull run (a 20% increase from previous lows). Since then the gold price has remained stable, and although some raw materials have lost its lustre More
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