South Africa's Mining Industry - Mar 6, 2011 seminar report

with Macleod Dixon LLP and Webber Wentzel Attorneys

Regulatory uncertainty, threats of industrial action and debate on the nationalization of mines are contributing to uncertainty in mining investment in South Africa. Our March 6 seminar during PDAC drew seventy-five delegates to learn firsthand about these issues, the perceptions surrounding them and the reality behind them. Presenters included leading African mining law firm Webber Wentzel and 2010 Who's Who Legal Global Mining Law Firm of the Year Macleod Dixon LLP.

Download the program and presenter profiles.

See the photo gallery.

Download the presentations:

  • Perceptions and Reality:The South African Mining Industry - Is there a crisis? - Peter Leon, Webber Wentzel Attorneys
  • Canadian Perceptions on Investing in Africa - Janne Duncan and Marvin Singer, Macleod Dixon LLP
  • Undertaking Mining Projects in Africa - An Overview of the Webber Wentzel Experience - Bruce Dickinson, Webber Wentzel Attorneys
  • Recent Developments in the South Africa Mineral Mining Regime - Manus Booysen, Webber Wentzel Attorneys

  • See the seminar audience composition by type of industry and country.

    Read the MineAfrica at PDAC 2011 report with links to the presentations for the Canada-Southern Africa Chamber of Business 12th Annual Mining Breakfast and MineAfrica's 9th Annual Investing in African Mining seminar with Premier Sponsor SGS held on Tuesday March 8.