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Even though mining has yet to see its first case of Coronavirus, it is considered one of the country’s most vulnerable industries.
The mining landscape has changed considerably since last year’s Mining Indaba according to Roger Baxter, CEO of the Minerals Council of South Africa. He spoke to CNBC Africa at this week's Mining Indaba.
South Africa's Minerals Council is cautiously optimistic about the state of mining in South Africa. This according to Henk Langenhoven, Chief Economist of the Minerals Council of South Africa, when speaking to CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters.
As day two of the mining indaba is coming to a close. CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke with South African minister of Trade and Industry, Rob Davies about the necessity to add value to the mining sector in order to keep up with the demands of the 4th industrial revolution.
CNBC Africa’s Fifi Peters spoke to the Minister of Mineral Resources Gwede Mantashe about the investment opportunities that are coming out of the Indaba as well as his views on the Sibanye-AMCU wage dispute.
The AMCU secondary strike against Sibanye Stillwater has taken off today in Johannesburg CBD. Platinum mine-workers who are members of AMCU have embarked on a strike in solidarity with gold sector mine workers. AMCU will be protesting outside the former chamber of mines offices to hand over a memorandum. CNBC Africa’s Lubabalo Mashiqana spoke to AMCU Secretary General, Jeff Mphahlele for more.