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Changes needed in the mining sector - Shabangu SAnews

With regards to transformation in the mining industry, Shabangu said part of the work of this new institution must be to ensure that historically disadvantaged South Africans were affirmed in the industry and empowered to play a meaningful role in its development. The institute could also play a role in health and safety in the mining industry.

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Shabangu optimistic on SA mining industry - Miningreview

06.06.2012  Shabangu was due to speak at the opening of the Mining Lekgotla industry conference here, but was still making her way back from Washington where she attended a meeting of the Kimberley Process Diamond Scheme. Miningmx reports that her speech was delivered by the department’s deputy director-general for mineral regulation Joel Raphela.

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Shabangu: Mining industry is not a money-making scheme ...

11.02.2013  Business Shabangu: Mining industry is not a money-making scheme Sapa 11 Feb 2013 Speaking at a the New Age business briefing on Monday in Fourways, Johannesburg, the Mineral Resources Minister,...

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Mining industry needs transformation: Shabangu - Paul Janisch

20.10.2012  Shabangu said the mining industry could create many opportunities for the country. "As we all know it is the backbone of the South African economy." Broad-based black economic empowerment had to spread benefits beyond entrepreneurs and include communities, she said. via timeslive.co

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Shabangu to rehabilitate view of SA mining - Miningmx

28.05.2013  The department of mineral resources received a budget allocation of R1,394bn, which Shabangu called “the most testing time in the post-apartheid history of the mining industry’. Shabangu said while government respects workers inalienable right to strike and the right to the freedom of association, anarchy, violence, intimidation and illegal strikes will not be

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Shabangu commends women in mining SAnews

However, Shabangu raised concern over the challenges facing women in the mining industry, including health and safety matters, and the sustainability of the industry. The number of reported incidents of women miners experiencing harassment and inhumane treatment by fellow workers in their underground workplaces was a huge concern for Shabangu.

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Mining industry unable to retain skills – Shabangu

06.11.2012  South Africa’s mining industry loses more than half of its technical graduates in the first five years of employment to other sectors of the

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Upbeat Shabangu surprises - MiningMonthly

05.02.2014  SOUTH African Minister of Mineral Resources Susan Shabangu delivered a positive opening address to Investing in African Mining Indaba, despite the strike action...

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Mines fall short on BEE – Shabangu - IOL

04.09.2012  Johannesburg - It was a case of too little, too late for the mining industry, which had failed to transform at the pace that had been expected of it, Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said...

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S Africa: Shabangu interview highlights Financial Times

With the Marikana tragedy casting a long shadow over the South African mining industry, a key question is how the government will respond to the growing labour

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Mining industry needs transformation: Shabangu - Paul Janisch

Shabangu said the mining industry could create many opportunities for the country. "As we all know it is the backbone of the South African economy." Broad-based black economic empowerment had to spread benefits beyond entrepreneurs and include communities, she said. via timeslive.co

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Shabangu: Mining industry is not a money-making scheme ...

11.02.2013  The mining industry requires long-term commitment to South Africa and should not be viewed as a "quick, money-making scheme", says Susan Shabangu.

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Mining industry must embrace transformation - Susan Shabangu

Mining industry must embrace transformation - Susan Shabangu. Susan Shabangu 18 August 2011 Minister says focus thus far has been too much on ticking boxes Address by Ms Susan Shabangu, Minister of Mineral Resources of South Africa, at the Cape Town Press Club, 6 Spin Street Restaurant, Cape Town, August 18 2011. Donwald Pressley, chairperson and members

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Shabangu commends women in mining SAnews

Shabangu commends women in mining. Sunday, October 28, 2012. Pretoria - Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has praised the calibre of women in South Africa's economy, particularly the mining industry, saying they have accomplished a lot in a relatively short period. Speaking on Friday at the Australia - African Women in Mining and ...

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Mining industry unable to retain skills – Shabangu

06.11.2012  South Africa’s mining industry loses more than half of its technical graduates in the first five years of employment to other sectors of the

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Mining not a get rich quick scheme – Shabangu

11.02.2013  The mining industry required long term commitment to South Africa and should not be viewed as a "quick money making scheme", Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said on Monday. Speaking at a The New Age business briefing in Fourways, Johannesburg, Shabangu said some black entrepreneurs needed to change the way they viewed the industry.

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Africa presents opportunities not risk: Shabangu ...

29.08.2013  FREELY admitting that South Africa's resources industry carries unique "baggage", the country's Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has provided a realistic...

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SA has restored peace in mining sector says Shabangu

Cape Town - As the strike in the platinum sector continues, the Minister of Energy Susan Shabangu calmed fears it would harm the industry and country by

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Mines fall short on BEE – Shabangu - IOL

04.09.2012  Mines fall short on BEE – Shabangu. Johannesburg - It was a case of too little, too late for the mining industry, which had failed to transform at the pace that had been expected of it, Mineral ...

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S Africa: Shabangu interview highlights Financial Times

With the Marikana tragedy casting a long shadow over the South African mining industry, a key question is how the government will respond to the growing labour

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Mining industry must embrace transformation - Susan Shabangu

Mining industry must embrace transformation - Susan Shabangu. Susan Shabangu 18 August 2011 Minister says focus thus far has been too much on ticking boxes Address by Ms Susan Shabangu, Minister of Mineral Resources of South Africa, at the Cape Town Press Club, 6 Spin Street Restaurant, Cape Town, August 18 2011. Donwald Pressley, chairperson and members

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Shabangu - Democratic Alliance

Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu must take responsibility for the conditions in South Africa that are causing the mining industry to contract and shed jobs. Instead, she is playing the blame game, accusing Amplats of ‘acting in bad faith’ and making a ‘unilateral decision’ to close shafts and lose 14 000 jobs. Minister Shabangu still...

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Susan Shabangu lauds peace in the mining industry Mining ...

01.03.2013  The meeting between the Department of Mineral Resources minister, Susan Shabangu; the Chamber of Mines and the South African Mining Development Association, as well as organised labour, took place on 25 February 2013 and has been lauded by Cabinet. Engagements among stakeholders resulted in the ...

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Mining not a get rich quick scheme – Shabangu

11.02.2013  The mining industry required long term commitment to South Africa and should not be viewed as a "quick money making scheme", Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said on Monday. Speaking at a The New Age business briefing in Fourways, Johannesburg, Shabangu said some black entrepreneurs needed to change the way they viewed the industry.

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Mining not a get rich quick scheme: Shabangu - SowetanLIVE

11.02.2013  The mining industry required long term commitment to South Africa and should not be viewed as a "quick money making scheme", Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said on Monday. Speaking at a ...

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S Africa: Shabangu interview highlights Financial Times

With the Marikana tragedy casting a long shadow over the South African mining industry, a key question is how the government will respond to the growing labour

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Africa presents opportunities not risk: Shabangu ...

29.08.2013  FREELY admitting that South Africa's resources industry carries unique "baggage", the country's Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu has provided a realistic...

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OBG talks to Susan Shabangu, Minister of Mineral Resources ...

How can empowerment objectives for the mining industry optimally be reached? SHABANGU: The empowerment objectives can be optimally reached through the effective implementation of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) and the Mining Charter. However, I have to point out that ownership alone does not equal transformation and

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Action Plan for Mining Woes: Shabangu MyBroadband Forum

28.05.2013  Government will initiate a specific programme of action to deal with the "crisis perception" in the mining industry, Mineral Resources Minister Susan Shabangu said on

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No More Easy Money In Mining - Forbes Africa

01.03.2014  True, it is Shabangu’s job to hold the line when her country’s mining industry is under attack, especially with an election coming up on May 7. Even so, this was a speech too far; dismissed by most at the Mining Indaba. She was at pains to present a rosy picture, saying the number of mines and mining revenue had increased; further that South Africa had topped a

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