Jacinto Rocha, former deputy DG of mines
Nedbank Capital mining finance executive, Paul Miller was one of a number of mining experts who sharply criticised South Africa’s mining legislation at the Junior Mining Indaba held in Johannesburg 7 & 8 June 2017.
Brendan Ryan from Mining MX reports on the panel discussion. Click here to view the article.
While the South African mining sector still faces significant challenges, Chamber of Mines (CoM) CEO Roger Baxter believes that great opportunities still exist in the sector, particularly for emerging miners.
Ilan Solomons of Creamer Media’s Mining Weekly reports on the keynote address at the Junior Indaba, in Johannesburg, on Wednesday 8 June 2017. Click here to view the article.
It’s time to focus on employment using the mining industry as a driver, said the Democratic Alliance’s Shadow Minister of Mining at the first day of the Joburg Junior Mining Indaba on Wednesday.
Warren Thompson of MoneyWeb reports on the first day at Junior Indaba 2017
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Last year, in the desert of funding interest from both larger companies under cash flow pressures and investors worried about weak commodity prices and oversupply, one of the main topics of discussion at the Junior Indaba was whether we would see a new generation of junior miners emerge.
One year on, after a sharp recovery in prices and some hopes of more exciting global GDP growth, the debate is very different. Major miners are under pressure to show where their new incubator projects will come from, and junior miners are gaining interest and funding.
Yet, this is not a consistent picture.
Will funding favour one commodity over another and certain jurisdictions over others?
This is one of the burning questions that will be hotly debated at the 2017 Junior Indaba, taking place on the 7th & 8th June in Johannesburg. Reserve your place here
Joburg Mining Indaba is a gathering that draws captains of industry together with government and investors who have found it an important platform to put forward their thoughts on the industry and engage in strategic conversations that are open, honest, bold, fresh and to the point.
Dr. Fiona Perrott-Humphrey is delighted to be on the panel on day two of the conference.
Face to face with Investment Analysts: What is the sell side’s view on optimal capital allocation for mining companies in terms of the current investment cycle and other stakeholder demands?
What are you advising CEOS to do in terms of capital allocation and balancing the needs of various stakeholders? What are the consequences?
What is an adequate return for funders? How do we allocate appropriate risk/reward?
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