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#MiningIndaba2020: Wade-Smith discusses the value of UK-Africa trade relationship in mining sector

At the ongoing African Mining Indaba, CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop caught up with Emma Wade-Smith, Her Majesty’s Trade Commissioner for Africa at the UK Department for International Trade and they discussed the importance of Africa’s mining industry to the United Kingdom.

#MiningIndaba2020: GIADEC CEO Michael Ansah on opportunities, projects in Ghana’s mining industry

The Ghana Integrated Aluminium Development Corporation (GIADEC) plans to add significant value to the country’s Bauxite resources. GIADEC CEO, Michael Ernest Ansah says besides bauxite work is in place to revamp the Valco Aluminum Smelter in Ghana. Ansah discussed the opportunities in Ghana’s mining economy with CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop on the side-lines of the Africa Mining Indaba.

#MiningIndaba2020: How Nigeria wants to become the gold coast as well as the oil capital

Gold was a topic that glistened throughout the Mining Indaba in Cape Town this week. Its price continues to climb - more than 12% in the last year alone – and the interest in digging more of it up in Africa is growing.

#MiningIndaba2020: Mantashe on self-generation, Mining Charter deadline & greater cooperation among African countries

On the final of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town, CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop spoke to Mineral Resources and Energy Minister, Gwede Mantashe about the key takeaways from the gathering and the need for greater cooperation among African countries.

#MiningIndaba2020: Shirley Webber on Absa’s mining outlook for Africa

In this CNBC Africa special Fifi Peters speaks to the Head of Natural Resources at Absa Corporate and Investment Banking, Shirley Webber in an exclusive one-on-one interview on Absa’s outlook on the current mining status in Africa....

#MiningIndaba2020: Has gold production peaked?

The World Gold Council came out with a report last week on supply and demand for gold, the man behind the report, John Reade, chief market strategist of the council talks about how the gap between supply and demand for the precious metal is still far apart.

#MiningIndaba2020: Tietto Minerals named winner of the 2020 Mining Indaba Investment Battlefield

Tietto Minerals have been crowned winner of the Investment Battlefield at the 2020 Mining Indaba in Cape Town. Executive Director, Mark Strizek spoke to CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop about the company’s Abujar gold project in Côte d’Ivoire and other investment opportunities on the continent.

#MiningIndaba2020: IFC: Africa needs to invest more in infrastructure to attract investment

Ignacio de Calonje, Chief Investment Officer, International Finance Corporation discusses the key outcomes of the 2020 Mining Indaba and how Africa can improve its investment outcomes by focusing more on infrastructure development.

Junior miners: If SA is serious about creating jobs it needs to make these changes…

Junior miners are the scouts of the industry, in the frontline of exploration: getting small projects off the ground and often selling them to the major miners on fruition.


How The U.S. Fell Dangerously Behind In Coronavirus Testing

The deadly coronavirus pandemic has stopped the world in its tracks, and exposed a weak spot in the United States’ preparedness for a public health emergency. Experts say aggressive diagnostic testing is essential in order to learn where and how an

Abdul Samad Rabiu’s BUA Group pledges N1bn to fight COVID-19 in Nigeria

Entrepreneur Abdul Samad Rabiu's BUA Group has joined corporates and business leaders from Africa in donating money to fight the COVID-19 pandemic....

Tony Elumelu’s United Bank For Africa donates $14mn to COVID-19 relief across Africa, this is how it will be used…

Entrepreneur Tony Elumelu's UBA has joined corporates and business leaders from Africa in donating money to fight the COVID-19 pandemic. Below is...

Motsepe family & associates join Rupert and Oppenheimer families in donating R1bn to deal with COVID-19 pandemic

On Monday South Africa's President, Cyril Ramaphosa revealed that South Africa's richest families the Rupert and Oppenheimer families had each contributed ...

Government’s response to Moody’s downgrade of SA to junk status

Covid-19 and South Africa's downgrade to junk will truly test South African financial markets.