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EBOLA OUTBREAK

Group of 11 W African miners welcome Obama’s intensified Ebola fight

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A group of eleven miners operating in West Africa on Tuesday welcomed US President Barack Obama’s Monday announcement to allocate significant additional US resources to the region in order to contain and reverse the current outbreak of the Ebola...
18th September 2014
 
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

CSR uptake grows as mining companies continue to make errors in application

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The uptake of corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes continues to grow as companies recognise their value in helping mitigate the threat of delays, opposition and resource nationalism, the Center for Responsible Mineral Development...
17th September 2014
 
 
CORRUPTION & BRIBERY

CSR helps mining companies thwart bribery and corruption

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The dangers posed by bribery and corruption in developing markets remains high, while the number of investigations and fines imposed by investigating bodies continues to grow, delegates at the Canada-Southern Africa Chamber of Business risk...
16th September 2014
 
 
CSR RESPONSIBILITY

Mining firms urged to improve stakeholder strategies or risk delays and disruption

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Mining companies must do more to assess and emphasise the benefits of corporate social responsibility (CSR), delegates at the Canada-Southern Africa Chamber of Business risk mitigation and CSR seminar were told last week. Greater efforts are...
15th September 2014
 
 
MINING MILIEU

Canada needs to act now to retain global mining leadership – MAC

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In the face of an increasingly competitive global environment, the Mining Association of Canada (MAC) on Thursday called on all stakeholders in the country’s mining sector to act to ensure that Canada maintained its position as a global mining...
12th September 2014
 
 
FERTILISERS

The quest for improved agricultural productivity spurs investor interest

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Rising demand for protein and more sophisticated diets in developing countries are spurring investors to get excited about investing in fertilisers. The ‘protein story’ was still providing a good thesis for investment, as the developing world...
11th September 2014
 
 
MINING BUSINESS RISK

‘Productivity’ tops EY’s list of business risks facing the mining industry

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Professional services firm EY on Wednesday said its yearly ‘Business risks facing mining and metals’ report had revealed that productivity, capital decisions and social licence to operate were the top three risks facing the sector this year....
11th September 2014
 
 
MINE SAFETY REVIEW

Ontario to create database of miners' health

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The Ontario provincial government has revealed that it would develop a mining health database that would track incidents of illness and miners’ exposure to a number of carcinogenic substances to help prevent exposure to unsafe levels and assist...
10th September 2014
 
 
 
 
 
 
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