SA mining industry in crises – Baxter
Mining News – Speaking at the Africa Down Under Conference currently underway in Perth, the Chamber of Mines CEO Roger Baxter had three messages for investors.
Uncertainty around Zwane worsens freeze on mining investment, Roger Baxter tells Perth conference
Business Day – Significant corruption claims against Mosebenzi Zwane and the Department of Mineral Resources have not been cleared, the Chamber of Mines CEO says.
Women making their mark in the underground world
Mining Online – Many years ago, it was rare to find a woman working underground in the mines. Today the likelihood of finding a woman working in all areas of the mining industry are quite high.
Report cools fears of invoicing problems in industry
Business Day – Discrepancies are not due to illegal activities but to other factors, Eunomix report shows.
What the mines told Zwane...
Fin24 – The Chamber of Mines early this year agreed to a 29% black-ownership target for the industry – as long as the “once-empowered” principle was put into the mining charter.
[Listen] SA FM – Senior Executive: Modernisation and Safety at Chamber of Mines, Sietse van der Woude, about disruptive technologies disrupting change.
Chamber of Mines answers Minister Zwane
Times Live – The Chamber of Mines on Friday served a replying affidavit in the high court in Pretoria in response of Minister Mosebenzi Zwane’s earlier one in an interdict application against the implementation of the Reviewed Mining Charter.
Drawing parallels between 1985 and now
Fin24 – The Mining Charter announced on June 15 by Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane showed “bad sense”.
SA’s massive investment boycott
The Citizen – The latest example is Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane’s efforts to destroy the mining industry through a combination of incompetence and malevolence.
Zwane used Charter to score political points - Mathunjwa
Fin24 – Minister of Mineral Resources Mosebenzi Zwane’s Mining Charter was just an effort to score political points, said Joseph Mathunjwa.