NATURAL INSIGHTS | 10 OCTOBER 2019

Mining in South Africa will regain its shine

Shirley Webber Author

Shirley Webber

Head: Natural Resources and Energy

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Shirley Webber discusses how South Africa can regain its mining status.

In this instalment of the 2019 Absa Insights Series, Absa’s Shirley Webber, Head: Natural Resources and Energy, Absa CIB, chats to Tawanda Madondo about what South Africa needs to do to attract investments into the mining sector.

Video highlights:

  • A stable political environment is necessary for foreign investment.
  • A mining charter is important for the success for all stakeholders to ensure everyone’s objectives are met.
  • Mining companies should be looking at subsidising or bringing in alternative energy to avoid breaks in productivity.
Shirley Webber Author
Shirley Webber

Head: Natural Resources and Energy

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