Recent reports that solar capacity will soon exceed nuclear capacity reveal an important fact
Jatin Nathwani 3 hours ago
Nigerian entrepreneur and business leader, Aliko Dangote told investors: "Agriculture, agriculture, agriculture. Africa will become the food basket of the world."
For months now, Africa's rough diamonds have been increasing in value but the sale proceeds do not reach the people
Scan Display, an exhibition, event and display specialist, has been appointed the official exhibition contactor for Investing in African Mining Indaba 2018
Scan Display 20 Sep 2017
A new phosphate mine on the West Coast is being challenged by environmental activists and state departments
Ashleigh Furlong 20 Sep 2017
Impala Platinum (Implats), the world's second-largest producer of the metal, is heading for turbulent times as it cuts jobs and tackles its unprofitable Rustenburg mines
AngloGold Ashanti has signed a memorandum of understanding with a group interested in buying its Kopanang gold mine, which the company is preparing to close
The minister of mineral resources has undertaken not to implement the reviewed Mining Charter
Sawea is disappointed at Eskom's delaying tactics at Nersa's hearing on PPAs
Although there have been some welcome changes to the Mining Charter, there's still uncertainty on several issues and further dialogue is needed
Uganda has one of the lowest electricity access rates by global standards. Less than 22% of the population has access to the grid
The Zimbabwe Power Company (ZPC) has applied to set up three solar power plants in the country, in a move aimed at improving electricity supply.
Sibanye-Stillwater has been approached by buyers interested in its Beatrix West and Cooke operations, which it is planning to put on care and maintenanc
The Tanzanian government has confiscated diamonds worth nearly $30m after accusing British company Petra Diamonds of declaring a lower value when trying to export the gems
The National Cleaner Production Centre South Africa (NCPC-SA) is hosting its biennial Industrial Efficiency Conference in Cape Town at the Century City Conference Centre, 14-15 September
South African mining is in crisis, but there are solutions to ‘restoring the dream' of a prosperous sector
Most of the world could switch to 100% renewable energy by 2050, creating millions of jobs, saving millions of lives that would otherwise be lost to air pollution, and avoiding 1.5? of warming. That's the bold claim of a major new study by Stanford professor Mark Jacobson and his colleagues, published in the journal Joule.
Dénes Csala and Sgouris Sgouridis 24 Aug 2017