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African Mining Roundup (for May 2011) African Mining Roundup (for May 2011) Has PDF
Published: 07 Jun 11
The African Mining Roundup is a synopsis of mining activity across the continent over the past month. The May roundup covers stories from 20 countries, and includes over 90 separate news items in an easy-to-read disaggregated format, covering exploration and feasibility studies, projects, operations, corporate activity and general trends in the sector.
Steel 2011 - a review of South Africa's steel sector Steel 2011 - a review of South Africa's steel sector Has PDF
Published: 17 May 11
Since the beginning of 2010 the recovery of the global economy has been gaining momentum and this recovery is expected to continue. The global economic recovery is reflected in the steel industry, which saw a 15% increase in world crude steel production to 1 413,6-million tons for 2010, compared with 2009 – a new record for global steel production. Indicative of the past five years, China accounted for the largest share of crude steel production in 2010, followed by Japan, the US, Russia and India. The US clawed its way back up to third place, following a 38,5% increase in production on the previous year, while India fell to fifth place. Creamer Media's Steel 2011 report - a review of South Africa's steel sector, offers insight into not only the global and South African steel markets in the aftermath of the global economic crisis, but also profiles the main steel and stainless steel producers operating in the country.
African Mining Roundup (for April 2011) African Mining Roundup (for April 2011) Has PDF
Published: 06 May 11
The African Mining Roundup is a synopsis of mining activity across the continent over the past month. The April roundup covers stories from 20 countries, and includes over 80 separate news items in an easy-to-read disaggregated format, covering exploration and feasibility studies, projects, operations, corporate activity and general trends in the sector.
Gold 2011 Gold 2011 Has PDF
Published: 29 Apr 11
Creamer Media’s Gold 2011 report examines the global and local gold markets, South Africa as an investment destination and the activities of major gold companies, as well as some smaller operators and explorers, operating in the country and the rest of Africa.
African Mining Roundup (for March 2011) African Mining Roundup (for March 2011) Has PDF
Published: 08 Apr 11
The African Mining Roundup is a synopsis of mining activity across the continent over the past month. The March roundup covers stories from 21 countries, and includes over 100 separate news items in an easy-to-read disaggregated format, covering exploration and feasibility studies, projects, operations, corporate activity and general trends in the sector.
Uranium: A review of uranium mining in Africa Uranium: A review of uranium mining in Africa Has PDF
Published: 23 Mar 11
As of February 1, 2011, 443 nuclear reactors were being operated globally for electricity generation. A further 62 new nuclear plants were under construction in 14 countries. And, with more and more governments acknowledging that nuclear power can produce reasonably priced baseload electricity that is, in effect, free of greenhouse-gas emissions, the prospects for growth in nuclear energy production are expected to grow along with the demand for uranium. Currently, one-fifth of all uranium globally is mined in Africa, and production is expected to double in the next two years. This report examines uranium mining on the African continent, highlighting activities in major African producers.
African Mining Roundup (for February 2011) African Mining Roundup (for February 2011) Has PDF
Published: 11 Mar 11
The African Mining Roundup is a synopsis of mining activity across the continent over the past month. The February 2011 roundup covers stories from 22 countries, and includes over 100 separate news items in an easy-to-read disaggregated format, covering exploration and feasibility studies, projects, operations, corporate activity and general trends in the sector.
Iron-ore: A review of the global market Iron-ore: A review of the global market Has PDF
Published: 07 Mar 11
Iron-ore is mined in about 50 countries, with the largest producers being China, Australia, Brazil, India, Russia, Ukraine, South Africa, the US, Canada and Sweden. This report offers insight into the global and South African iron-ore markets, and profiles the main iron-ore producers operating globally and in South Africa.
Projects in Progress 2011 (First edition) Projects in Progress 2011 (First edition) Has PDF
Published: 25 Feb 11
As this Projects in Progress publication goes to print, government is readying a register of ‘shovel-ready’ infrastructure projects, that will be fully planned and life-cycle costed, to help improve the management of public sector capital spending, which is currently weak. Over the coming three-year fiscal period, State-owned enterprises, primarily Eskom and Transnet, are expected to spend R392,6-billion on infrastructure projects, while provincial infrastructure spending is expected to total R150,3-billion and municipal infrastructure spending, R131-billion. Economic-related investments are expected to comprise 82,1% of in infrastructure development over the medium term, with Eskom to invest in power generation and transmission capacity, and Transnet to spend on rail, harbour and pipeline projects. The Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority is also expected to spend more than R30-billion on water augmentation schemes. This first edition of the Projects in Progress report for 2011 gives readers a sense of the current state of South Africa's project economy, and provides an outline of the industrial and mining projects currently being undertaken by parastatals and the private sector in the country, as well as in other parts of Africa.
African Mining Roundup (for December 2010/January 2011) African Mining Roundup (for December 2010/January 2011) Has PDF
Published: 11 Feb 11
The African Mining Roundup is a synopsis of mining activity across the continent over the past month. The December 2010/January 2011 roundup covers information from 27 countries, and includes over 130 separate news items.
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