African Mining September - October 2018 Click to read
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African Mining

September - October 2018

Published on in “Business”, language — English. 68 pages.
Six months in charge of a volatile country is a long time. Ask Cyril Ramaphosa and Emmerson Mnangagwa, whose fortunes are intertwined and seems to have changed overnight. Not so long ago, they were the talk of the town, the darlings and the heroes of investors and their own people. It didn’t matter then that Mnangagwa came into power with the assistance of his loyal generals, or that Ramaphosa slithered through the back door of a seriously divided and fractious ANC, and with the backing of ambit 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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