This Week in Magnus: LinkedIN and Mining Transformation

Aug

13


Creating a unique brand in an industry as mature as ours is one that we find increasingly intriguing. Did great steel companies come about because of an impeccable level of service, or was it the way they conveyed themselves to the public?  We are trying to reach new audiences all the time in new innovative ways, one in which you are reading right now.

We’ve also just taken our rightful place on LinkedIn where we hope to share some of the exciting news we find with everyone here. The demand for one source was that high.

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We still want to deliver the best Wednesday industry steel news, anyway, so here goes. 

Mining must benefit majority – Minister

Mining must be used to benefit the majority of the country’s people, Mineral Resources Minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi said on Wednesday.”We have a collective duty and responsibility to recognise our ugly and unhappy past, and to act in concert to shape our common future,”… read more

AngloGold Ashanti restarts 2 mines in South Africa

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Numsa ‘no longer democratic’

Johannesburg – The brains behind the Metal and Allied Workers Union of SA (Mawusa), Cedric Gina, says the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa) is no longer a democratic union that allows dissenting views.Gina, who suddenly resigned… read more

South Africa, Chile look to do more business

South Africa and Chile are looking to advance their trade and investment ties, especially in mining and energy, it emerged after President Jacob Zuma and his Chilean counterpart… read more