Miller hoping mining expansion can attract monied investors
28 May 2018

It’s an historical quirk of South Africa’s mining sector that exploration for new minerals and metals has been the responsibility of the mining houses, partly because the endeavour is risky, takes time and requires loyal shareholders.

Now, however, with a boom in minerals demand underway, and in the absence of mining houses – most of which have been dismantled over the last quarter of a century – serious questions are being asked about whether South Africa can finally establish something like a junior mining sector.

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