Mining Indaba - Bosses Told to Change Attitudes

Mining Indaba, being held in South Africa, that attracts stakeholders from around the world, has seen the focus on mining bosses, but also on the safety aspects of mining and the development of new equipment that would make mineral extraction easier. Countries like Zimbabwe are also using the platform to attract investors to their domestic mining sector. Meanwhile, South Africa's Mining Minister Mosebenzi Zwane keeps mum on the controversial mining charter for black ownership in mines, which was proposed, then put on hold.

  • Africa:   Mine Bosses Told: Change Your Attitudes

    Alternative Mining Indaba, 6 February 2018

    A leading non-government organisation today told mining bosses at the African Mining Indaba to change their attitudes and shift their mind-sets and defensiveness. Read more »

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