SAIIA CoffeeAmbush 5: The annual Mining Indaba

The annual African Mining Indaba takes place from 8-11 February 2016 in Cape Town, the flagship event for investors, mining companies and governments. But what happens at the Indaba? What are the concerns?

To find answers to these questions in 90 seconds, we ambushed senior researcher, Ross Harvey, over coffee.

Related mining research

Opinion pieces

    • Policy reform is key for future of mining, Ross Harvey, December 2015.
    • Mining licence controversies to continue to jeopardise industry, Ross Harvey, 7 September 2015.
    • Marikana Commission’s findings cast light on urgency of labour law reform, Ross Harvey, 7 July 2015.

<liThe importance of protecting the globe’s most important ecological assets, Romy Chevallier, 4 June 2015.

Papers and Briefs

  • ‘Mineral rights, rents and resources in South Africa’s development narrative’, SAIIA Occasional Paper, Ross Harvey, November 2015.
  • ‘Aligning sustainable development goals with climate-resilient growth’, SAIIA Policy Insights, Romy Chevallier, October 2015.
  • ‘Corporate social responsibility in South Africa’s mining industry: An assessment’, SAIIA Policy Briefing, Busisipho Siyobi, September 2015.
  • ‘Promoting the integrated governance of South Africa’s coastal zone’, SAIIA Occasional Paper, Romy Chevallier, June 2015.
  • ‘Safeguarding Africa’s natural heritage: The case of mining in protected areas’, SAIIA Policy Insights, Romy Chevallier, May 2015.
  • ‘Increasing the economic value and contribution of protected areas in Africa’, SAIIA Policy Briefing, Romy Chevallier and Richard Millburn, January 2015.
  • ‘Illegal sand mining in South Africa’, SAIIA Policy Briefing, Romy Chevallier, November 2014.

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