Mining Review Africa
Mining Review Africa is the leading African distributed monthly mining magazine in the industry. Our publication is seen and read by an audience of over 31 000 influential mining authorities and key decision makers across the globe. We go above and beyond for our clients, ensuring maximum exposure at major global mining conferences with a key focus on mining projects in Africa as well as the key industry professionals involved. Our distribution extends to charter planes that fly mining routes across the continent.
Mining Weekly is South Africa’s premier source of weekly news on mining developments in Africa’s most important industry. Mining Weekly provides in-depth coverage of mining projects and the personalities reshaping the mining industry. The publication is an essential source of information for those involved in the mining sector. Also to be found at www.miningweekly.com and apps are available for iPhone and Android devices.
3S Media will publish three Inside Mining handbook-style publications during 2020. These upmarket glossy Special Interest Publications are aimed at identifying and providing insight into very specific topics and themes, allowing Inside Mining to produce a single publication focused around a single theme. These publications offer engagement on the key issues currently affecting the mining industry and will include leadership insights and face-to-face interviews with various captains of industry. The mining sector contributes 7.5% to South Africa’s GDP, and directly employs 450 000 people. The indirect employment status is significantly larger and critical to the overall successful turnaround of South Africa. Topics will include sustainable development, the impact and opportunities brought by the Fourth Industrial Revolution, environmental issues, legislation, the Mining Charter, digitisation, technology, skills development and case studies.
Miningnews focuses on topical information on mining and exploration projects in Africa and beyond, focusing on the entire mining value chain. It is a vital source of information on technologies and developments in mining and processing equipment. This platform provides various online opportunities for clients, company news, brand awareness, product launches, video’s (commercial, profiles, corporate, project) and content marketing.
African Mining Brief
African Mining Brief is the foremost industry journal in Africa focusing on latest news, incorporating quarrying, oil exploration and drilling and other large scale extractive operations aimed at the discovery, extraction, storage, transport, sale and utilisation of Africa’s mineral wealth and resources. African Mining Brief boasts of a targeted, well-researched and insightful editorial content that offers readers and advertisers a unique interactive forum to exchange information; identify, pursue, and close business deals; in addition to gaining favorable insight into the entirety of the mining industry and public sector.
Mining CSI publication is a communication platform for mining companies and their suppliers to showcase the success stories and good work they do within their communities. Mining companies contribute millions of rands every year to these communities on CSI and the legislative requirements as part of their Social & labour Plans (SLP’s) commitments which consists of Local Economic Develoment (LED) and Human Resource Development (HRD) made up of bursaries, Skills Development, Training, etc. Health, housing and education.
A comprehensive tri-annual magazine, Mining Decisions is aimed at keeping decision-makers and senior initiates from within the industry itself and the public and private sectors informed of the latest developments and initiatives in all sectors of the mining industry. The publication offers insight into the mining industry in South Africa and the African continent as a whole. Mining Decisions is required reading for those actively involved in fostering trade, investment and development across the industry. Mining Decisions is distributed to key decision-makers and senior initiators, and is also available at mining-related trade fairs and conventions (such as Mining Indaba), both locally and internationally.
People who are serious about “mining” read Modern Mining. It contains high quality and credible editorial which is valued by engineers and the non-technical readers alike. For advertisers it offers a focussed approach as well as value for money based on the ABC certified circulation which is one of highest amongst the mining monthlies. Modern Mining reaches mining people throughout Africa and all over the globe. Modern Mining is proud to offer advertisers a list of more than 30 countries as part of the mailing list.
SA Mining is an alternate monthly business-to-business magazine under the helm of the Arena Holdings Media Group’s magazine division. For over 125 years, SA Mining has been examining and delivering in-depth project and topical news focused on South Africa’s and Africa’s mining industry, particularly southern Africa. With an established presence in print media, SA Mining Online now aims to provide our readers locally and internationally with access to our magazine content anytime and anywhere.
The magazine continues to deliver the news impacting industry by providing coverage of projects, contracts, commodities, legislation, the environment and technologies, as well as analysts and economists’ views and legal perspectives on critical issues pertinent to the industry. The magazine is distributed within South Africa and the Southern African Development Community, with readership also extending to an international audience. As the oldest mining magazine in the country, the current team at SA Mining continue to modernise the feel, look and content according to the appetite and opinions of our readers.
Mining Mirror’s focus is on operational issues in the mining industry. It is a monthly title that includes operating mines, development projects and exploration projects. It looks at mining methods, best practice, case studies and innovative ways of mining at present and in the future. It also considers management issues like labour, data collection, regulations, rehabilitation and social and community involvement. It has a substantial global section that looks at new projects and exploration around the globe and features interesting projects across Africa.
African Mining has a financial and business focus, look and feel. It is an alternate monthly publication for high-level management, decision makers, lawyers, investors, finance providers, shareholders, geologists, major mining companies, CEOs and junior mining companies, mine owners, regulators and executives. As a high-level business magazine, it focuses purely on doing business in Africa (including South Africa). It looks at operating in Africa and profiles successful and unsuccessful global mining companies, CEOs and companies across the continent in all regions. African Mining also looks at share movements, business strategies, legislation and regulations in different African countries, challenges and opportunities across the continent.
Construction Review is a leading African monthly construction journal for the construction industry. For over 20-years the magazine has enjoyed the readership of architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers, interior designers, developers, building specialists, contractors, landscape architects and contractors, real estate agents and investors, property managers, suppliers to the construction industry, government departments and ministries: local authorities, land surveyors, financial institutions, telecommunication companies etc. The print edition is distributed in over ten Africa countries with the digital version sent monthly to over 200 000 readers in our database.
Global Africa Network
Founded in 2004,Global Africa Network Media (Pty) Ltd (GAN) is a business-to-business print and digital media company based in Cape Town, South Africa. GAN publishes a series of 10 annual print journals profiling each of South Africa’s nine provinces as business and investment destinations, together with a national title, South African Business, an annual business and investment guide to the country. Our regional titles include Western Cape Business, Eastern Cape Business, KwaZulu-Natal Business, North West Business, Limpopo Business, Mpumalanga Business, Northern Cape Business, Gauteng Business and Free State Business. Online publications include the monthly Frontier Invest newsletter, promoting investment in frontier markets, especially within sub-Saharan Africa.