African Mining January - February 2018 Click to read
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African Mining

January - February 2018

Published on in “Business”, language — English. 68 pages.
Delegates attending the 2018 Cape Town Mining Indaba should not be fooled by the tranquil atmosphere that awaits them in the misty aftermath of Table Mountain’s famous bank of clouds. Cape Town’s serenity is deceiving — it gives the impression that all is well in Africa. In reality, it belies the fact that the continent is in the throes of one of its most significant and tumultuous transitions since the early 1960s. 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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