Mining Weekly is South Africa’s premier source of weekly news on mining developments in Africa’s most important industry. Mining Weekly provides in-depth coverage of mining projects and the personalities reshaping the mining industry. The publication is an essential source of information for those involved in the mining sector. Also to be found at www.miningweekly.com and apps are available for iPhone and Android devices.
Mining Review Africa
Mining Review Africa is without question the world’s leading African mining publication on the market – presented in both print and digital format. Thanks to this forefront position, the magazine is successfully supporting and promoting the development of Africa - the world’s last remaining richly endowed and diverse mineral resources continent. Through its liaison with major, mid-tier and junior mining houses, suppliers of capital equipment, technology and plant, Mining Review Africa is delivering timeous, newsworthy, business-generating information to all relevant mining and mining supply professionals. In this way it guarantees to retain its position as Africa’s leading mining sector publication. http://www.miningreview.com/
Mining CSI publication is a communication platform for mining companies to showcase the success stories and good work they do within their communities. Mining companies contribute millions of rands every year to these communities as part of their Social & labour Plans (SLP’s) commitments including Local Economic Development (LED’s), bursaries, health, housing, infrastructure and schools. However, many South Africans and the world at large are not aware of these enormous contributions. Mining CSI is also a proud partner of Mining Indaba and Mining Lekgotla and is also available on the website: www.miningcsi.co.za
Mining Prospectus is an informative bi-monthly publication that speaks to the leaders and key decision makers in the mining industry about the many developments, investment trends, new technologies, mineral prospecting and business opportunities therein, as well as providing solutions to challenges within this dynamic industry to ensure positive growth and development. This eye-catching publication is dedicated to informing members of the South African Chamber of Mines as well as other leaders in the industry in both the public and private sectors of the latest advancements in South Africa and beyond. With an experienced and studious editorial board, crisp layout, respected contributing writers and attention to detail, Mining Prospectus is fast becoming South Africa’s premier mining magazine. http://www.miningprospectus.co.za/
Inside Mining features topical information on mining and exploration projects in Africa and beyond, focusing on the entire mining value chain.
- Inside Mining provides in-depth coverage of the most important mining and exploration projects in Africa.
- It is a vital source of information on technologies and developments in mining and processing equipment.
- Its readers span the mining, exploration and processing sectors.
The magazine offers readers various print and online platforms to access its unique content and is distributed throughout Africa.
www.miningne.ws is a leading international website with breaking news, company information and press releases, the latest jobs in mining and an international events calendar. INTERNATIONAL NEWS. Miningne.ws attracts an average of 14 186 a month from over 150 countries, who benefit from the original stories uploaded every day. EVENTS LISTINGS. An events listing ensures that users are kept abreast of the various local and international conferences and exhibitions in the mining industry. CUSTOMISE. Users can tailor their own news feeds and tag articles of interest, making Mining.ws their personalised online point of reference that caters specifically to the international and local mining sectors. http://www.miningne.ws/
African Mining Brief
African Mining Brief, www.ambriefonline.com, is the foremost industry journal in Africa focusing on latest news, incorporating quarrying, oil exploration and drilling and other large scale extractive operations aimed at the discovery, extraction, storage, transport, sale and utilisation of Africa’s mineral wealth and resources. African Mining Brief boasts of a targeted, well-researched and insightful editorial content that offers readers and advertisers a unique interactive forum to exchange information; identify, pursue, and close business deals; in addition to gaining favorable insight into the entirety of the mining industry and public sector.
Access Africa is an exclusive platform focused on providing essential information on the investment climate and opportunities in key economic sectors across Africa. Access Africa specializes in bridging the gap for governments, investors and industry players in Africa’s key economic growth sectors. With a primary focus on infrastructure development, transportation, mining, and agriculture, Access Africa compiles in-depth reports utilizing country data and statistics, government inputs, expert opinions and interviews with public and private stakeholders. Through a combination of print and online media and select events, Access Africa also provides a broad platform for players across the industry to get their message out and attract international investment attention to their unique projects and products. With its extensive and high profile audience, database and clientele, Access Africa targets key decision makers through its specialized print publications and exclusive high-level forums. http://access-africa.com/
A comprehensive tri-annual magazine, Mining Decisions is aimed at keeping decision-makers and senior initiates from within the industry itself and the public and private sectors informed of the latest developments and initiatives in all sectors of the mining industry. The publication offers insight into the mining industry in South Africa and the African continent as a whole. Mining Decisions is required reading for those actively involved in fostering trade, investment and development across the industry. Mining Decisions is distributed to key decision-makers and senior initiators, and is also available at mining-related trade fairs and conventions (such as Mining Indaba), both locally and internationally. www.miningdecisions.com
Published 12 times a year, Modern Mining covers the entire spectrum of the mining industry. Modern Mining’s goal is to deliver objective reporting and incisive articles not only on the technical aspects of mining but also on broader issues such as empowerment and the Mining Charter. The emphasis is on original writing and reporting based on face-to-face interviews and visits to mining operations, both in South Africa and further afield. In terms of layout, Modern Mining features a crisp, modern design which complements the high-quality editorial. People who are serious about ‘mining’ read Modern Mining. It contains high quality and credible editorial which is valued by engineers and non-technical readers alike. For advertisers, it offers a focused approach as well as value for money based on the ABC certified circulation. Modern Mining reaches mining people throughout Africa and all over the globe. Modern Mining is proud to offer advertisers a list of more than 30 countries as part of the mailing list. http://crown.co.za/modern-mining
SA Mining examines and delivers in-depth project and topical news on Southern Africa's and Africa’s mining industry. SA Mining’s news content covers a range of commodities; projects; contracts; legislation; finance-related issues; the environment; equipment and technology; as well thought leadership from analysts, economists and think-tanks within the sector. The magazine is distributed within South Africa and the Southern African Development Community, while readership extends to an international audience. Readership is dominated, but not limited to, mine management, suppliers, contractors, consulting engineers, specialised service providers and experts –all serving the mining industry - through to university students. http://www.businessmedialive.co.za/sa-mining/
Africa House represents the merger between two companies recognised as leaders in their fields: Whitehouse & Associates and Africa Project Access. Working exclusively in sub-Saharan Africa, we offer insight and access into the African trade and project environment through the provision of intelligence on projects and bespoke research on opportunities in markets. Our Logo: The African symbol Ananse Ntontan represents wisdom, creativity and complexity, attributes that embody the essence of Africa House. We hold a body of knowledge and experience on African markets that has been developed over many years which we use creatively to address the opportunities and challenges of a complex continent. Our Services: Africa House provides: Projects: On-going research and intelligence on greenfield and brownfield projects to a dedicated subscriber base. Trade: Market and partner identification, export strategy development and commercial feasibility. Access: To the world’s fastest growing markets through a team that has worked in 30 countries across the continent over a period spanning 30 years. Insights: What is driving the continent and targeting regions of high opportunity going forward. www.africainfo.co.za
Mining Mirror’s focus is on operational issues in the mining industry. It is a monthly title that includes operating mines, development projects and exploration projects. It looks at mining methods, best practice, case studies and innovative ways of mining at present and in the future. It also considers management issues like labour, data collection, regulations, rehabilitation and social and community involvement. It has a substantial global section that looks at new projects and exploration around the globe and features interesting projects across Africa. https://www.imdonline.co.za/products/mining-mirror
African Mining has a financial and business focus, look and feel. It is an alternate monthly publication for high-level management, decision makers, lawyers, investors, finance providers, shareholders, geologists, major mining companies, CEOs and junior mining companies, mine owners, regulators and executives. As a high-level business magazine, it focuses purely on doing business in Africa (including South Africa). It looks at operating in Africa and profiles successful and unsuccessful global mining companies, CEOs and companies across the continent in all regions. African Mining also looks at share movements, business strategies, legislation and regulations in different African countries, challenges and opportunities across the continent. https://www.imdonline.co.za/collections/frontpage/products/african-mining