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This is how war and revolt have done worse to the mines than COVID-19.

Planes dropped bombs from the blue, artillery shelled suburban houses, riflemen fought street battles, snipers fired from bedroom windows and tanks rumbled through the suburbs.

#MiningIndaba2020: Highlights Special of Africa’s Mining Indaba

Thousands of delegates in Cape Town with the great and the good – the world’s biggest mining event, Mining Indaba 2020. CNBC Africa brings you all the highlights, issues and who boxed their way to glory in the investment battlefield ring....

#MiningIndaba2020: Is the mining industry investing enough to protect its workers?

On the side-lines of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town, CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop sat down with John Volanthen, Cave and Rescuer and Marco Pagnini, Operational Risk Director DuPont Sustainable Solutions to discuss mine safety and whether the mining industry is investing enough in looking after its workers.

#MiningIndaba2020: Church of England’s David Urqhurt on ethical investing in mining

CNBC Africa's Chris Bishop spoke to David Urqhurt, the Bishop of Birmingham from the Church of England about ethical investing in mining at the just ended Mining Indaba in Cape Town.

#MiningIndaba2020: The 2020 Mining Indaba Investment Battlefield

A platform created for junior miners to compete for investor funding in the ‘Investment Battlefield’. This year an actual boxing ring in the main exhibition area of the event served as the stage for the contenders....

#MiningIndaba2020: Orion’s Walter Shamu on role of the Investment Battlefield in empowering junior miners

The runner-up for last year's Investment Battlefield, Walter Shamu, Chief Operating Officer of Orion Minerals says the format of the Investment Battlefield made his pitch even more exciting. CNBC Africa's Chris Bishop caught up with him at the Mining Indaba to get more insight on the funds raised since last year.

#MiningIndaba2020: Canadian Minister Ng on deepening trade ties with Africa

CNBC Africa's Chris Bishop spoke with Minister of Trade and Industry for Canada, Mary Ng on how Canada plans to deepen trade ties with South Africa and the rest of the continent.

#MiningIndaba2020: FTI Consulting MD Michael Ryan reflects on 25 years of the Mining Indaba

As the Mining Indaba entered its third day in Cape Town people are taking stock of how much it has changed over the last quarter of a century and in particular during the last turbulent decade of uncertainty. The organisers of the Mining Indaba claim numbers are up this year, CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop spoke to one of the delegates Michael Ryan.

#MiningIndaba2020: The greening of SA’s mining industry

In this #MiningIndaba2020 special CNBC Africa looks at the greening of South Africa’s mining industry: the costs and implications with Kevin Fell, Co-Founder and CEO of Clean Earth Technologies and Alan McKenzie, General Manager: Technology, Mintek....

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