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Rwanda’s vision could set template for success – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

The continent will turn its attention to Rwanda and Central and East Africa later year with a mining forum this October in Rwanda. Read more about 'Rwanda’s vision could set template for success – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Sustainability an opportunity to close skills gap – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

The success of miners, explorers and developers across Africa hinges on the capacity of their teams. Teams made up of local and international workers need a good mix of skills... Read more about 'Sustainability an opportunity to close skills gap – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Change afoot in Ethiopia – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Political leaders across the continent see government policy change as a potential prompt for investment and the progression of new projects. Read more about 'Change afoot in Ethiopia – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Zimbabwe is “open for business” – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Every so often a reversal in government policy ensures a country can move forward with planned developments to benefit both industry and community. Read more about 'Zimbabwe is “open for business” – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Angola seeks revival led by diamonds – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

As diamond mines age across the world, a renewed effort to move Angola’s minerals industry forward is holding promise in the southern African nation. Read more about 'Angola seeks revival led by diamonds – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Resource nationalism a risk to investment – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

A nation’s mineral resources can bring jobs and wealth to local people and economies. But just as mineral deposits attract industry and investment, they can also evoke heightened emotions on... Read more about 'Resource nationalism a risk to investment – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Truly certain empowerment can support industry – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Legally-mandated economic empowerment transactions are a way of ensuring black South Africans can be involved in businesses in their communities. Read more about 'Truly certain empowerment can support industry – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

Mining in Namibia needs a shot in the arm – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

A key figure in the Namibian government has echoed industry sentiment by highlighting the need for a better approach to mining so industry participants can focus on exploration. Read more about 'Mining in Namibia needs a shot in the arm – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

No room for misinformation in Zambia – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Zambia was once one of Africa’s premier mining jurisdictions, especially for copper. But as the latest Fraser Institute’s Annual Survey of Mining Companies shows, the southern African country’s investment attractiveness... Read more about 'No room for misinformation in Zambia – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

United effort needed to lift safety – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

The latest statistics on mining fatalities in South Africa are a sombre reminder for Africa’s mining industry that one life lost is one too many. Read more about 'United effort needed to lift safety – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

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