Unrealistic expectations fail projects

Unrealistic expectations fail projects

By Wray Carvelas, CEO of DRA Global

Across the world investment appetite seems to be returning to our sector as investors look to unlock the untapped potential the global mining and minerals landscape has to offer.

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Diversity and human development key aspects of Mining Charter III

Diversity and human development key aspects of Mining Charter III

By Johan Olivier

Mining Charter III imposes materially higher employment equity targets than in the Mining Charter II in seeking to ‘create a conducive environment to ensure diversity as well as participation of black people at all decision-making and core occupational categories in the mining industry’.

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Mining companies and commitments made to communities

Mining companies and commitments made to communities

Most communities remain unaware of commitments mining companies have made in their social and labour plans – commitments which in almost all cases remain unfulfilled – reveals a study released in March by Wits University’s Centre for Applied Legal Studies.

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Power station threatens local water security and poses climate change risk

Power station threatens local water security and poses climate change risk

Earthlife Africa Johannesburg (ELA), represented by the Centre for Environmental Rights (CER), yesterday submitted comments on the draft climate change impact assessment for the Thabametsi coal-fired power station.

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