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  • Miners seek to blend long-term value creation with zero-carbon future

    The mining industry is in an exceptional position to make a bold pivot to a sustainable future, and environmental, social and governance goals represent the most significant opportunity for the mining industry to create long-term value, trust and sustainable growth

  • Decarbonisation of the mining sector underway

    Exxaro has embraced the need to transition its business model and decarbonise and build resilience to the impact of climate change. We believe a “Just Energy Transition” for South Africa must address present and historical inequality, creates jobs, reduce poverty, restore our biodiversity and to build resilience against physical risks of climate change, and most importantly, ensure that no one is left behind.

  • South Africa’s mining sector expands 11.2% in 2021 – report

    According to Statistics South Africa (StatsSA), the domestic mining production decreased by 1.1% year-on-year in December 2021.

  • South Africa’s Mining Sector a Key Contributor to Sustainable Growth

    The Minister highlighted that government has strategic aims to establish a mining corridor in the provinces of the North West, Limpopo and Northern Cape. Mineral resources including zinc, chrome, vanadium, nickel and platinum group metals are set to be in demand as the world accelerates efforts towards lower carbon emissions.

  • Total Eren and Chariot to deliver solar PV project for Tharisa’s mine

    “We are very pleased to be entering into this MoU with Tharisa. Through our partnership with Chariot, we are keen to assist mining companies in Africa to reduce their carbon intensity and energy costs, via implementing renewable power solutions into their operations,” said Fabienne Demol, Executive Vice-President & Global Head of Business Development of Total Eren.

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    Red tape delaying R90bn investment in ready-to-go projects – Minerals Council

    Against the background of the President appointing stalwart Sipho Nkosi to remove red tape, Minerals Council CEO Roger Baxter stated in a release to Mining Weekly: “We need to do things completely differently to get economic growth back to 5% per annum. The government should be the chief enabler and the private sector the chief doer,” said Baxter, who cited the mining sector’s full and partial Covid-19 vaccination of 74% of its 450 000 employees with the assistance of the Department of Health as an example of the private sector’s ability to assist government.

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    Decarbonisation of the mining sector underway

    Exxaro has embraced the need to transition its business model and decarbonise and build resilience to the impact of climate change. We believe a “Just Energy Transition” for South Africa must address present and historical inequality, creates jobs, reduce poverty, restore our biodiversity and to build resilience against physical risks of climate change, and most importantly, ensure that no one is left behind.

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    South Africa’s Mining Sector a Key Contributor to Sustainable Growth

    The Minister highlighted that government has strategic aims to establish a mining corridor in the provinces of the North West, Limpopo and Northern Cape. Mineral resources including zinc, chrome, vanadium, nickel and platinum group metals are set to be in demand as the world accelerates efforts towards lower carbon emissions.

    Read More

    Total Eren and Chariot to deliver solar PV project for Tharisa’s mine

    “We are very pleased to be entering into this MoU with Tharisa. Through our partnership with Chariot, we are keen to assist mining companies in Africa to reduce their carbon intensity and energy costs, via implementing renewable power solutions into their operations,” said Fabienne Demol, Executive Vice-President & Global Head of Business Development of Total Eren.

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    Red tape delaying R90bn investment in ready-to-go projects – Minerals Council

    Against the background of the President appointing stalwart Sipho Nkosi to remove red tape, Minerals Council CEO Roger Baxter stated in a release to Mining Weekly: “We need to do things completely differently to get economic growth back to 5% per annum. The government should be the chief enabler and the private sector the chief doer,” said Baxter, who cited the mining sector’s full and partial Covid-19 vaccination of 74% of its 450 000 employees with the assistance of the Department of Health as an example of the private sector’s ability to assist government.

    Read More

    Decarbonisation of the mining sector underway

    Exxaro has embraced the need to transition its business model and decarbonise and build resilience to the impact of climate change. We believe a “Just Energy Transition” for South Africa must address present and historical inequality, creates jobs, reduce poverty, restore our biodiversity and to build resilience against physical risks of climate change, and most importantly, ensure that no one is left behind.

    Read More

    South Africa’s Mining Sector a Key Contributor to Sustainable Growth

    The Minister highlighted that government has strategic aims to establish a mining corridor in the provinces of the North West, Limpopo and Northern Cape. Mineral resources including zinc, chrome, vanadium, nickel and platinum group metals are set to be in demand as the world accelerates efforts towards lower carbon emissions.

    Read More

    Total Eren and Chariot to deliver solar PV project for Tharisa’s mine

    “We are very pleased to be entering into this MoU with Tharisa. Through our partnership with Chariot, we are keen to assist mining companies in Africa to reduce their carbon intensity and energy costs, via implementing renewable power solutions into their operations,” said Fabienne Demol, Executive Vice-President & Global Head of Business Development of Total Eren.

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    DMRE, mining industry commits to reducing fatalities and injuries
    Red tape delaying R90bn investment in ready-to-go projects – Minerals Council
    Miners seek to blend long-term value creation with zero-carbon future
    Decarbonisation of the mining sector underway
    South Africa’s mining sector expands 11.2% in 2021 – report

    The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE), together with the Minerals Council of South Africa and other industry stakeholders, have committed to striving for zero fatalities and injuries in the mining sector.

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    March 21, 2022

    Against the background of the President appointing stalwart Sipho Nkosi to remove red tape, Minerals Council CEO Roger Baxter stated in a release to Mining Weekly: “We need to do things completely differently to get economic growth back to 5% per annum. The government should be the chief enabler and the private sector the chief doer,” said Baxter, who cited the mining sector’s full and partial Covid-19 vaccination of 74% of its 450 000 employees with the assistance of the Department of Health as an example of the private sector’s ability to assist government.

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    March 21, 2022

    The mining industry is in an exceptional position to make a bold pivot to a sustainable future, and environmental, social and governance goals represent the most significant opportunity for the mining industry to create long-term value, trust and sustainable growth

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    March 5, 2022

    Exxaro has embraced the need to transition its business model and decarbonise and build resilience to the impact of climate change. We believe a “Just Energy Transition” for South Africa must address present and historical inequality, creates jobs, reduce poverty, restore our biodiversity and to build resilience against physical risks of climate change, and most importantly, ensure that no one is left behind.

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    February 27, 2022

    According to Statistics South Africa (StatsSA), the domestic mining production decreased by 1.1% year-on-year in December 2021.

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    February 26, 2022

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