Digital innovation drives growth and competition in DRC mining

Digital innovation drives growth and competition in DRC mining

Digital innovation is driving transformation within the local mining sector. This shift, according to leading converged ICT solutions provider, iWayAfrica, is driving growth and becoming a key differentiator within the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). With over 25 international mining groups active in the region, the mining sector has become significant as it is also widely known for the world's production of cobalt, copper, diamond, tantalum, tin and gold.

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Mine excursion: Stirring up the west coast

Mine excursion: Stirring up the west coast

A phosphate mine in the Western Cape has forged ahead with its plans despite opposition from a small group of environmentalists, writes Leon Louw.

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There are various areas across southern Africa that are relooking at their old graphite drill holes. Image credit: Leon Louw

Graphite glut stirs SADC slumber

The increase in popularity of electric vehicles and rechargeable batteries has resulted in a renewed interest in lithium, graphite and cobalt deposits, especially in Africa, writes Dr Nicolaas Steenkamp.

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Bisie: a compelling investment

Bisie: a compelling investment

Alphamin’s Bisie tin project in the DRC is keeping imaginations alive and investors intrigued. CEO Boris Kamstra spoke to Nicola Theunissen at this year’s Mining Indaba.

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