Saudi strategy will make KSA a mining hub, industry pundits believe

Saudi Arabia has in recent years been under scrutiny as a major player in the oil-based carbon economy, but it is now drawing praise for its strategic shift towards the discovery and extraction of minerals and metals. In an online media session to discuss the implications of the Kingdom’s new mining regime, global industry leaders … Read more

What you need to know about directors’ duties and ESG

ESG presents complex and multifaceted issues for energy and resources companies, including heightened scrutiny on boards. In this article, we break down the key things you need to consider from an ESG perspective when discharging directors' duties. Read more

A miner’s guide to novel claims

Litigation is increasingly being used to pursue climate outcomes. In this article, we shed light on trends we're seeing unfold in the novel claims space, and what you need to consider in mitigating risks for your business. Read more

A delicate symbiosis – Green cities and the mining sector

Our cities of the future need to be cleaner, greener and technologically superior. This will rely heavily on mined natural resources, and has already set in motion a transformation of the sector as we know it. This article is part of our Future Cities Series, where our experts explore the pressures facing our cities in the post-Covid era and map out the key issues and industry themes in re-thinking urban life. Read more

A mining make-over in progress?

In his recent keynote address to the platinum group metals industry, Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, Gwede Mantashe (the Minister) indicated that South Africa aims to increase the country’s share of global exploration expenditure to at least three per cent in the next five years. Read more