5 sa mine 9th edition ighlighting trends in the south african mining industry wc 6 south africa’s mining landscape overview the 2017 financial year was another tough one for stakeholders in the mining sector: • investors in aggregate saw a decrease in dividends and market capitalisation after a cautiously optimistic view on a recovery last
nationalization and mining: lessons from zambia article (pdf available) in journal- south african institute of mining and metallurgy 111(10):737-737 · october 2011 with 316 reads
it is quite evident that the state has not got the necessary capital skill and support to control the mines in south africa. the minister of finance mr pravin gordhan stated on march 14 2011 that nationalisation of south africa’s mines and other economic assets is not government policy.
a storm erupted in policy circles in south africa after julius malema the leader of the african national congress youth league (ancyl) boldly proclaimed the need for the mining industry in south africa to be nationalized. the demand was predicated on fulfilling the vision of the freedom charter which was adopted at kliptown in 1955 as the ‘manifesto’ of the liberation struggle.
strategic industries are where nationalisation is focussed and downstream and side-stream development focussed. the beneficiation strategy of south africa was not informed by this form of classification of sectors but merely by availability of minerals in south africa. oligopolistic industries are good targets for nationalisation.
nationalization and mining: lessons from zambia by d. limpitlaw* produced more than double south africa’s number of mining engineering graduates. these spanish-speaking engineers are also less mobile than south african graduates in the english dominated world of mining.
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nationalization is high on the policy agenda in south africa. this paper considers the for nationalizing the local mining sector from an evidence-based perspective which is derived from theoretical considerations and related to the known features of the south african mining sector and economy. a strong against nationalization
former president barack obama weighed in with his perspective on the "strange and uncertain times that we are in" as he delivered a major address in south africa tuesday. mr. obama was invited to
coal has been an important commodity in south africa for many years and it is one of the oldest mining enterprises in the country. its role since 1923 as a primary source of energy has steered the
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a perspective on the south african mining industry in the 21st century an independent report prepared for the chamber of mines of south africa by the graduate school of business of the university of cape town in association with genesis analytics. the bulk of the work was completed in february 2000. august 2000