Tag: Roger Baxter

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Is mining too deep in the COVID-19 crisis? How can it once again become the sunrise industry it wants to be?

Power squabbles at #MiningIndaba2020

The first day of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town saw hustle, bustle and a sharp exchange in the struggle for power.

#MiningIndaba2020: Roger Baxter on why self-generation is a game changer for SA mining

On the side-lines of the Mining Indaba in Cape Town, CNBC Africa’s Chris Bishop spoke to the Minerals Council of South Africa CEO, Roger Baxter about the cost of state capture on electricity prices as well is the decision to allow mining companies to self-generate power.

Minerals Council SA CEO: Why we want Pravin Gordhan to stay

Business unity South Africa hosted its second Business Economic Indaba with an important engagement that took place with President Cyril Ramaphosa. CNBC Africa’s Karabo Letlhatlha spoke with Roger Baxter, CEO of Minerals Council SA for more on the state of South Africa's energy and mining sectors.

Minerals Council’s CEO Roger Baxter on the Mining Charter, Eskom challenges

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.

We need to create more demand for platinum – Minerals Council SA CEO Roger Baxter

CNBC Africa's Karabo Letlhatlha speaks to the CEO of Minerals Council SA, Roger Baxter about how best to reduce job cuts in the mining industry and what the future holds for the sector.

SA’s Revised Mining Charter is “the last nail in the coffin”: Chamber of Mines VP Phiri

Due to the huge financial implications it could have for the mining industry and the rest of the country the chamber has decided to apply for an interdict to suspend the implementation of the Revised Mining Charter.

S.Africa mining industry to consider legal options if charter revisions onerous

Delayed revisions to South Africa's Mining Charter, which sets industry targets for black ownership and participation in the sector, will face legal challenges if it is unacceptable to producers.
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