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2020 – Issue 9

Mining Review Africa Issue 9 2020

Having spent much time with a variety of key players and strategic role players in the Nigerian mining sector, I’ve learnt a few things and I’d like to share these with you.

Mining in Nigeria during COVID-19 – slow but steady

“With a well outlined growth strategy in place and in play, we are still poised for good short to mid-term growth."
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Atlantis Mining chooses new Volvo R60D rigid haulers

The rigid haulers have been specifically designed to reduce operating costs through lower fuel consumption and optimised machine availability.
BBF Safety

Safety: Specialised focus reaps global success

Miners have worn the company’s iconic Egoli gumboot for almost 40 years, fondly referring to them as ‘mdala-scathu’ (mdala iscathulo)
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An in-depth analysis on mining in Nigeria

The economy has been growing slowly since the oil price slump of 2014. The volatility of oil prices has negatively impacted growth.
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Altus Strategies: Uncovering Africa’s resource potential

Altus has diversified its risk profile quite substantially by making mineral discoveries across multiple licences simultaneously.

Adapting to change: MCSA members lead the way

In its fight against COVID-19, mining companies in South Africa have contributed significantly towards bolstering medical infrastructure.
Grinding Solutions

Grinding Solutions: Maximising mineral value

GSL offers a range of consultancy and laboratory services including metallurgical and mineral processing testing
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Endeavour Mining: Solidifying its position in West Africa

Following the acquisition of SEMAFO in July this year Endeavour Mining has successfully integrated the assets into its operating model.
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Bell Equipment: Always staying close to customer needs

Bell offers a range of aftermarket services such as operator training programmes, maintenance contracts and its fleet management system.

A dilemma facing mining consultants in West Africa

To be successful, local consultants usually collaborate with the big brands dominating the region; alternatively, they lobby law makers.