Mining industry can be its own worst enemy – Acacia boss Brad Gordon

Mining industry can be its own worst enemy – Acacia boss Brad Gordon

It’s been a busy couple of months for Brad Gordon, chief executive of Acacia Mining. Earlier this month the gold miner’s shares tumbled after its host country Tanzania slapped an export ban on some of its products. Shortly before that, it announced the discovery of a major new gold deposit in western Kenya. And in January, it emerged that Acacia was in merger talks with Toronto-listed peer Endeavour Mining.

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James Lake: closing mines safely

James Lake: closing mines safely

The time has come for mining companies to move beyond compliance only when it comes to environmental responsibility, James Lake, partner and principal scientist at SRK Consulting tells Leon Louw.

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Kwesi Appiah bets on West Africa

Kwesi Appiah bets on West Africa

By Leon Louw

Ghanaian geologist Kwesi Appiah believes the next big gold deposit will be discovered in West Africa, writes Leon Louw.

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Xavier Prévost: coal warrior

Xavier Prévost: coal warrior

Legendary coal expert Xavier Prévost talks to Leon Louw about the Waterberg, coal markets, and the future of emerging coal miners.

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