South Africa Energy

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Currently heavily reliant on coal-fired power stations that have contributed to the country’s ranking as the world’s 13th-largest emitter of greenhouse gases, South Africa’s energy master plan aims to significantly increase the contribution of renewables to electricity generation. From a very limited current contribution, the Integrated Resource...

Investment by international mining companies has long formed a key part of the country’s economic backbone, with extraction often receiving the largest share of foreign direct investment (FDI). While its share of total FDI stock in South Africa remains solid, capital flows into extractive industries were hit hard by the global economic crisis and...

Are there any components of the petroleum industry that could benefit from relaxed legislation?

How can greater beneficiation be achieved when it comes to the minerals sector?

What advancements are being made in the industry with regard to beneficiation?

The mining industry has long been a driving force behind South Africa’s economic growth. Although some mines have reached maturity, the country still relies heavily on its mineral output and the industry’s producers have become global behemoths. South Africa’s total reserves, while diminished, remain some of the world’s most valuable, with an...

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