Weekly News Roundup 08/11

What’s the latest in African mining? Here’s your weekly roundup of top news stories in the sector, curated by the Mining Indaba team.

How can African junior miners attract investment? The Junior mining sector in Africa holds the biggest key to unlocking long-term sustainability in the industry. Read more.

Endeavour Mining posts strong quarterly numbers as it increases production from West African Operations. Doubling its operating cash flow, reporting the quarterly production of 181,000 ounces, a 6% increase of the second quarter of 2019. Read more.

MC Mining receives mining right General project in South Africa. Granted a mining right for its 74% Generaal coking and thermal coal project in Limpopo province, South Africa. Read more.

Digitalisation key to unlocking competitiveness. Could this be true for the mining sector in Africa, which is currently faced with subdued investment, and rising cost pressures? Read more.

Enhancing safety in underground mines with electric vehicles. Electric vehicles are seen as an effective way to reduce carbon footprint and improve safety. Read more.

Deep Sea Mining - the prospects and challenges. Expected fast growth over the next half-decade as companies react to international demand and changes. Read more.

Natural pressure will force rearrangement of Zambia's mining sector says Barrick Gold CEO. Discussed in an interview with Miningmx, Bristow described the business environment in Southern Africa as dynamic. Read more.

Zambia cancels mining project in the national park. Zambia's government announced no mining activities will take place in a national park after the plans to grant Australian mining firm license received. Read more.