On this page you will find publications of the Competence Center Mining and Mineral AHK Southern Africa.
Competence Centre: Mineral Resources
Here you can download the flyer.
Health and safety in South African mines: A best practice report 2018
You can download the publication here.
Target market information to market reconnaissance trip: Mining and Mineral Engineering in Angola
Market reconnaissance trip to Zambia and Mozambique
Southern africa: Country mining fact sheets
Here you can download the report.
German Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Launches - ‘Health & Safety In The Mining Sector’
The Chamber had an article published in the Mining Review Journal Zambia regarding the Health and Safety Project.
German Chamber Of Commerce And Industry Launches
‘Health & Safety In The Mining Sector’
The Southern African-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry, commissioned by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, has established a Competence Centre for Mining & Mineral Resources (CCMR) in Johannesburg, South Africa. This Competence Centre is a part of the German Mining Network (GMN) and supports German companies through targeted information regarding the risks and opportunities within the various raw material markets in Southern Africa. In addition, the Competence Centre will serve as the central point of contact for all mining related inquiries. More
page 32 in THE MINING REVIEW JOURNAL ZAMBIA | July - September 2018 www.miningreviewjournal.com
Zimbabwe - Mineral Development Landscape
Zimbabwe is a landlocked sub-Saharan country, bordering South Africa, Mozambique, Botswana and Zambia. Important economic activities include mining, industry, agriculture and services. Mining is a significant foreign currency generator in the context of Zimbabwe’s multi-currency system. It contributes around 13% of GDP and 68% of exports. The industry generated US$ 1,4 billion in foreign currency in 2017 and US$ 372,5 million for the first quarter of 2018 from the exploitation of coal, gold, platinum, copper, nickel, tin, diamonds, and numerous metallic and non-ferrous ores.
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