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Ivanhoe Mines

Ivanhoe to sell stake

Mining Online sources the latest news story this week regarding big deals made in the industry. Ivanhoe Mines has agreed to sell 15% of its stake in Kamoa Copper project to the Democratic Republic of the Congo Government after the country raised concerns about its proposed sale of the share to China's Zijin Mining Group.


Back to school – education in mining


By: Matthew Wood – writer

Tertiary education in mining is a topic of great interest to all involved in the sector. MMPR explored some examples as to how young minds can be honed for a brighter future.


B-BBEE policy – the situation at present

By Matthew Wood – Writer

A big topic in South African mining is B-BBEE policy. Much has been discussed in 2015 as is evident in media reports. Chamber of Mines senior executive Vusi Mabena kindly accepted a Q&A-type interview session with MMPR, to expand on the topic. With regards to the topic of B-BBEE policy in the mining industry today, what are some of the most important aspects to highlight?


The Botswana Chamber of Mines (and other affiliates)

Mining Online continues to reinforce its mining-in-Botswana week through informing and educating our readers with bits and pieces of important information based on what there is to know about the industry: The Botswana Chamber of Mines is an organisation established to serve the interests of the mining and exploration companies together with associated industries. The mining industry remains the main driver of economic activity in the country and is forecasted to sustain the economy further into the future.


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