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Digital Issue 6
The Resilience Mining Model
Mining companies remain under exceptional pressure to control costs, heighten efficiency and improve safety performance. It is apparent that technology plays a growing role in the mine of the future, much of which is already at hand. ... Sign in to view full article. Read More
Uranium conference recap: a brave nuclear world
While COVID-19 has ushered in harsh restrictions, slowing or even halting many industries, the outlook for nuclear power is looking positive. ... Sign in to view full article. Read More
Digital Issue 4
The survival of the resources sector through and beyond the COVID-19 crisis
An exploratory article that examines the resources sector’s likely approach to the COVID-19 crisis and examines options for economic harm minimisation and future growth ... Sign in to view full article. Read More
Digital Issue 2
In-house renewable energy could be a boon for South African mines
Exploring the opportunities afforded by mine sites generating at least some of their own power, with a particular focus on the potential in South Africa ... Sign in to view full article. Read More
December 2019
The benefits of formal mentoring programs
When properly managed, formal mentoring programs provide a range of opportunities for both mentors and mentees at all stages of their careers ... Sign in to view full article. Read More
December 2019
Changing the face of mining
Social licence continues to be the top business risk for the mining and metals industry today. While it is promising to see the industry start to embrace new ways to more effectively engage communities, one could argue that the inherent problem still remains: the way we mine. ... Sign in to view full article. Read More