Mining Indaba: South Africa is ready for investment

Minister of Mineral Resources – Ngoako Ramatlhodi, officially welcomed delegates to the second day of the Mining Indaba conference by assuring them that South Africa is ready for investment. The minister shared how government will leave no stone unturned in “Providing a stable environment for investment”.

Labour relations

The minister highlighted how government is committed to ensuring that violent labor action does not become a way of resolving issues. Last year the platinum industry experienced a five months strike which crippled the industry. “Where people break the law as they do, we will arrest, we will charge and we will send them to jail,” he said.

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