India, Africa could be new global demand base consumers as China wanes – Baxter
Mining Weekly – Following China’s economic slowdown, and its subsequent decreased demand for minerals, a new global demand base consumer is required to spur growth in the mining industry, with India and Africa boasting significant potential, according to Chamber of Mines (CoM) CEO Roger Baxter.
SA miners are well placed to take advantage of renewable energy
Business Day – South Africa along with Chile and Australia are most likely to emerge as global leaders in the mining industry’s shift to renewable energy, a new report from BMI Research released on Monday morning said.
How wrong the UN was on SA gold ‘smuggling’
City Press – Simple statistical mistakes seemingly led one of the leading global experts on illicit financial flows to wrongly claim that billions of dollars worth of gold has been smuggled out of South Africa.
Getting benefits to ill mine workers
The New Age – The six mining companies that form the working group on occupational lung say they are actively supporting the work being done by the National Departments of Mineral Resources and Health to ensure former mine workers are able to claim all the benefits to which they are entitled.
Gold miners support government’s compensation efforts
Mining Review – Gold miners from the Occupational Lung Disease Working Group say they continue to provide support to government’s efforts in respect of unclaimed benefits.
Chamber of Mines disputes report on gold exports under-invoicing
Mining Review – The Chamber of Mines has voiced its concern over the report on gold exports published by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD).
Trade mis-invoicing – South Africa’s Chamber of Mines response to UNCTAD-sponsored report
tralac – The Chamber of Mines notes with concern the report published by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) on Trade Mis-invoicing in Primary Commodities in Developing Countries. The report asserts systematic under-invoicing of South Africa’s commodity exports.
Mining industry supports unclaimed benefits efforts - lung disease group
Fin24 – The six mining companies, which form the Occupational Lung Disease Working Group, said on Monday they fully and actively support the work being done by the national departments of Mineral Resources and Health to ensure that former mineworkers are able to claim all the benefits to which they are entitled.
Chamber disputes veracity of Unctad underinvoicing claim
Engineering News – The Chamber of Mines of South Africa (CoM) on Monday noted with concern the report published by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) in which it was asserted that South Africa’s commodity exports were being underinvoiced.
How mining companies should navigate the volatile environment
Mineweb – EY report explains how to reduce costs, improve productivity and be decisive in adopting portfolio strategies.