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.
3S Media will publish three Inside Mining handbook-style publications during 2020. These upmarket glossy Special Interest Publications are aimed at identifying and providing insight into very specific topics and themes, allowing Inside Mining to produce a single publication focused around a single theme. These publications offer engagement on the key issues currently affecting the mining industry and will include leadership insights and face-to-face interviews with various captains of industry. The mining sector contributes 7.5% to South Africa’s GDP, and directly employs 450 000 people. The indirect employment status is significantly larger and critical to the overall successful turnaround of South Africa. Topics will include sustainable development, the impact and opportunities brought by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, environmental issues, legislation, the Mining Charter, digitisation, technology, skills development and case studies.
Miningnews focuses on topical information on mining and exploration projects in Africa and beyond, focusing on the entire mining value chain. It is a vital source of information on technologies and developments in mining and processing equipment. This platform provides various online opportunities for clients, company news, brand awareness, product launches, video’s (commercial, profiles, corporate, project) and content marketing.
African Mining Brief
African Mining Brief 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.
Mining CSI publication is a communication platform for mining companies and their suppliers to showcase the success stories and good work they do within their communities. Mining companies contribute millions of rands every year to these communities on CSI and the legislative requirements as part of their Social & labour Plans (SLP’s) commitments which consists of Local Economic Develoment (LED) and Human Resource Development (HRD) made up of bursaries, Skills Development, Training, etc. Health, housing and education.
People who are serious about “mining” read Modern Mining. It contains high quality and credible editorial which is valued by engineers and the non-technical readers alike. For advertisers it offers a focussed approach as well as value for money based on the ABC certified circulation which is one of highest amongst the mining monthlies. 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.
SA Mining is an alternate monthly business-to-business magazine under the helm of the Arena Holdings Media Group’s magazine division. For over 125 years, SA Mining has been examining and delivering in-depth project and topical news focused on South Africa’s and Africa’s mining industry, particularly southern Africa. With an established presence in print media, SA Mining Online now aims to provide our readers locally and internationally with access to our magazine content anytime and anywhere.
The magazine continues to deliver the news impacting industry by providing coverage of projects, contracts, commodities, legislation, the environment and technologies, as well as analysts and economists’ views and legal perspectives on critical issues pertinent to the industry. The magazine is distributed within South Africa and the Southern African Development Community, with readership also extending to an international audience. As the oldest mining magazine in the country, the current team at SA Mining continue to modernise the feel, look and content according to the appetite and opinions of our readers.
Construction Review is a leading African monthly construction journal for the construction industry. For over 20-years the magazine has enjoyed the readership of architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc. The print edition is distributed in over ten Africa countries with the digital version sent monthly to over 200 000 readers in our database.
Global Africa Network
Founded in 2004,Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN) is a business-to-business print and digital media company based in Cape Town, South Africa. GAN publishes a series of 10 annual print journals profiling each of South Africa’s nine provinces as business and investment destinations, together with a national title, South African Business, an annual business and investment guide to the country. Our regional titles include Western Cape Business, Eastern Cape Business, KwaZulu-Natal Business, North West Business, Limpopo Business, Mpumalanga Business, Northern Cape Business, Gauteng Business and Free State Business. Online publications include the monthly Frontier Invest newsletter, promoting investment in frontier markets, especially within sub-Saharan Africa.
African Mining Forum
African Mining Forum' aim is to keep decision-makers and senior initiates - from both within the mining industry itself and the public and private sectors- informed of the latest developments and initiatives in all sectors of the mining industry. African Mining Forum is required reading for those actively involved in fostering trade, investment, and development across within the industry.
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Engineering & Mining Journal (E&MJ)
With more than 19,000 readers worldwide, E&MJ is the leading trade journal for the mining and mineral processing industry. The magazine covers 80 commodities in 120 countries with an emphasis on precious metals, base metals and iron ore. Monthly it provides news and analysis about mining operations along with articles on mining and mineral processing equipment and technologies. Its readers include mining executives, mining engineers, metallurgists, geologists and other mining professionals.
With more than 12,000 readers, Coal Age is widely viewed as a valuable source of information for coal mining and processing professionals. Monthly it provides news and analysis about coal mining operations along with articles on coal mining and processing equipment and technologies. Its readers include coal mining executives, mining engineers, mine and plant managers, geologists and other mining professionals.
African Mining News
African Mining News is a comprehensive tri-annual journal providing in-depth information to key decision makers in all sectors of the African mining industry i.e. trade, investment and developments.
Sub-Sahara Mining and Industrial Journal
SUB-SAHARA MINING AND INDUSTRIAL JOURNAL (SSMĲ) is a prominent quarterly publication that has become a marketplace, communication hub and news source for advancing the mining and Industrial business in SubSahara Africa. SSMĲ focuses on mining and supply chain companies, equipment, construction, Industrial, manufacturing, material handling, emerging markets and technologies. The magazine serves an advanced and inventive resource for manufactures, exporters, traders and distributors to market their products and provides an easy access for local and international companies to reach their prospective buyers and distributors. Our site brings business executives up-to-date with the latest news, information and trends from across the mining industry in Africa and emerging markets, sending out daily and weekly newsletters. You will never miss a story that is affecting your business.
African Mining Market
The African Mining Market is a source of insightful information on mining & industrial markets, and developments in Africa. It is an alternate tri-annual publication for high-level management, decision makers, investors, finance providers, shareholders, geologists, major mining companies, junior mining companies, mine owners, suppliers, regulators and executives. The African Mining Market focuses mainly on Africa’s development, profiles successful and unsuccessful global mining companies, CEOs and companies across the continent in all regions.
Africa Surveyors is Africa’s premier source of Surveying, Construction, Maritime, Engineering, Agricultural and Mining news on new trends and technology. The bi-monthly professional journal has cut a niche as the most authoritative journal in the Engineering, Maritime, Agricultural, Mining, building and construction sectors providing readers with the most comprehensive review of current developments in the respective sectors keeping our subscribers informed. Africa Surveyors Magazine has an impressive coverage across the continent, ensuring that it is the leading journal in Africa. Our Africa coverage includes South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Angola, Namibia, Zambia, Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho, Uganda, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Mauritius, Rwanda, Burundi, Seychelles, DRC (Congo), Ghana, Nigeria, The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Cameroon, Senegal, Guinea-Bissau, Guinea, Ivory Coast, Mali, Togo, Benin, Burkina Faso, Niger, Chad, Liberia, Algeria, Libya, Mauritania, Morocco and Egypt.
1st Mining DRC-Zambia is the Copper belt mining industry’s leading journal published 6 times a year. With a detailed coverage of the cutting edge technologies revolving in the mining industry, we strives to be medium between producers, manufacturers and suppliers of mining machinery, chemicals, equipment as well as solutions for mining operations and applications. Its strong readership makes it a viable means to communicate and reach the key decision makers in the lucrative economy of the DRC and Zambia copper belt regions.
Mining Business Magazine
Mining Business Africa is a top-quality Mining Resources Magazine, Circulating in Southern, Western, Central and East African Regions and Internationally, both in print and digital versions. The Publication covers current developments from exploration to mine closure and rehabilitation. The bi- monthly publication delivers well-researched news, opinion features and Brownfield and Greenfield projects in Africa.
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Minerals & Exploration Africa
Minerals & Exploration Africa is the continent’s respected mining industry magazine. Providing the mining and resources industry the latest information on mining, technology, and innovation. Each edition carries detailed coverage and extensive information on the equipment, people, technology and services driving Africa's mining industry. Minerals & is essential reading for those wanting to make better decisions in their mining business and career with the right information on-hand.
The magazine for professionals in the mining and processing industries, Minerals & Exploration Africa is a highly respected and well-read trade journal in the mining industry. Minerals & Exploration Africa is a digital and print publication aimed at boardroom and hands-on decision-makers, reaching an audience of more than 30 000+ people across the region; spanning the full range of the mining sector.
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African Mining is a monthly publication focused on the business and operational aspects of mining in Africa. We provide business intelligence, pin-pointing challenges and opportunities on the continent. Financial, legal, environmental, social, political and technical issues affecting the industry are covered. We pride ourselves in reporting from the coalface and from pit to port, as the editorial team visits most mines and countries we write about. African Mining talks to investors, bankers, executives and senior management, operational decision makers, contractors, engineers, geologists, manufacturers, and suppliers about the news and trends in the industry – with a strong focus on health and safety, technology and innovation, R&D, projects and matters of ESG and energy.
South African Business Integrator
South African Business Integrator is a quarterly national business to business publication that features relevant and engaging content across a variety of industries pertaining to both the public and private sectors. The main focus of the publication is to synchronise business information, business culture and align strategies and goals between the public and private sectors, which also assists in bridging the gap of transformation and transparency. South African Business Integrator serves as an enabling platform to strengthen engagement and unlock opportunities for businesses through information sharing, education and thought leadership content from key industry leaders pertaining to development, business objectives, strategic decision-making, good management practices, governance and sound financial management practices.
SA Profile is a national audited publication that promotes and enhances economic transformation, growth and competitiveness. At the same time the publication empower entrepreneurs and SMME’s to achieve common business goals through its highly educational and thought-provoking content, contributed by professionals for professionals.
Mining Review Africa
Forerunner is the benchmark-setting magazine that fills a vital void in South Africa’s top-level decision-making environment. With its thought-provoking and informative in-depth articles and interviews, and its biting satire, it bridges the communication and information gap between the public and private sectors, and between government, business, academia, and other important sectors. It focuses primarily on current affairs; politics and policy; government, parastatals and service delivery; business, finance and investment; development and technology; leadership; and fine living, including arts and culture, sport and leisure.
The magazine is aimed at top decisionmakers, business and government leaders, legislators and administrators, senior executives and managers, high-net-worth individuals, and successful entrepreneurs in their respective fields but also appeals to a broader cross-section of society. Taking a unique and refreshingly different look at South Africa’s problems and opportunities, the magazine combines a light-hearted touch with serious subject matter through in-depth articles and interviews, satire, and light leisure-focused reads. It is indeed the magazine that keeps you at the forefront of everything worth knowing.
African Mining Report
Africa Mining Report, is Africa’s premier mining journal which provides the updates of news and analysis on topical issues of national and international importance in mining. It is a publication which links the technology applied in the mining sector to the field experience of professionals of this area. All aspects of the Mining cycle, from exploration to closure and reclamation, fall within the realm on the interest of the journal. The journal, by design, offers advertisers unparalleled exposure to a captive audience.
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