Mining exploration in structural decline since 2004

Back in 2018 Gwede Mantashe was appointed South Africa's Minister of Mineral Resources and Energy, fast-forward to 2019 he had grand promises for the mining sector but has failed to deliver on exploration targets. Business Day TV spoke to Grant Mitchell, Head of the Junior and Emerging Miners Desk at the Minerals Council and John Paul Hunt, Principal Exploration Geologist at SRK for their assessment of the shortcomings.
23 Mar 9AM English South Africa Business · Business News

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