Deep Insights with Mining Review Africa
This is the official Mining Review Africa Podcast.
Mining Review Africa is the leading monthly magazine and digital platform in the African mining industry. Every month, MRA reaches an audience of over 50 000 influential mining authorities and key decision makers through a variety of channels, including an interactive website, videos and print distribution at all major mining conferences in Africa and across the globe.
MRA serves as a knowledge, news and information sharing platform which drives upliftment and sustainable development across the mining sector in Africa through articles on project developments and the technology and financial models that drive them.
Through close interaction with major, mid-tier and junior mining houses; suppliers of capital; technology and plants, MRA is recognized as the industry’s thought leadership, innovation and strategic business content leader.
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Population growth, a reduction in arable land and changing dietary preferences continue to drive up food demand. The more food crops the world needs to grow, the more potash will be required to ensure that crop yields are maximised and plant health is preserved. Potash and its use in fertiliser manufacture ...
There’s a threat that has existed long before the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted mining operations. This threat is cybercrime. How real is this threat and can companies fend them off? And remember, to access our podcasts, webinars, videos, industry insights and the latest mining news, visit miningreview.com ...
The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) remains a mining hot spot and must adapt and evolve to limit the impact that COVID-19 will have on the country and its most economic contributing sector – mining. Just how badly has the DRC been impacted by COVID-19? Has the government done enough to ...
It will never be business as usual as South African mines slowly ramp up operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. How do companies ensure that their workers are safe yet still ensure a profitable operation? This week, Deep Insights speaks to Dr Thuthule Balfour, Head of Health at Minerals Council South Africa ...
The future success of renewable energy and electric vehicles for both consumer markets and utility-scale markets is going to depend largely on the ability to store that energy. However, current battery storage technologies are expensive, only suitable for short-term back-up, frequency regulation of the grid, and micro-grid applications. There is also ...