Policy changes needed to reverse SA mining’s decline - Freight News

3 May 2022 - South Africa has been ranked 75th out of 84 jurisdictions on the Fraser Institute’s 2021 Annual Survey of Mining Companies. This means that the sector is amongst the least attractive places in the world for mining investment.

Chris Hattingh

South Africa has been ranked 75th out of 84 jurisdictions on the Fraser Institute’s 2021 Annual Survey of Mining Companies. This means that the sector is amongst the least attractive places in the world for mining investment. For the myriad discussions and plans of reindustrialising through Localisation Master Plans, concrete reform in mining legislation and the wider macroeconomic environment would do much more to reinvigorate the country’s fallow mining sector.

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Chris Hattingh is the deputy head of campaigns at the Institute of Race Relations

https://www.freightnews.co.za/article/policy-changes-needed-reverse-sa-minings-decline

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