Focusing on 18 high-profile projects driving the African economy

Get the latest information and details about some of the most important mining projects underway in Africa


The team at Inside Mining Magazine and have compiled 18 high profile active mining projects in Africa in order to help its readers stay abreast of the latest projects and developments on the continent.


The guide is a compilation of prominent site visits and CEO interviews featured exclusively in Inside Mining over the last year.

In Active Mining projects: Africa, you will get information such as:

  • New contracts for high speed development
  • In-depth details about each of the 18 mining projects across Africa (excluding South Africa)
  • Safety statistics
  • Key successes
  • Project innovations
  • Infrastructure investments to support these projects
  • Project stats and status
  • and much more…
“We firmly believe that growth in Africa is stronger than it has ever been”


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Africa has seven of the 10 fastest-growing countries in the world.

An analysis by The Economist finds that, over the ten years to 2010, six to seven of the world’s ten fastest-growing economies were in sub-Saharan Africa.

On IMF forecasts, Africa will grab seven of the top ten places over the next five years (the ranking excludes countries with a population of less than 10m as well as Iraq and Afghanistan, which could both rebound strongly in the years ahead).

Active Mining projects: Africa covers mining projects from Sierra Leone, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia, Congo, DRC, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Lesotho and Tanzania.

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Market intelligence about the burgeoning mining industry in Africa is becoming increasingly important as more and more companies look to the rest of the continent for sustained growth.

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Active Mining projects: Africa draws from material published in and Inside Mining Magazine over the course of the last year (2013). This ebook does not provide an analysis of market trends.