African Mining Brief
This is a quarterly magazine for the mining industry incorporating mining, quarrying, oil exploration and drilling; and other large scale extractive operations aimed at the discovery, extraction, storage, transport, sale and utilization of Africa’s mineral wealth and resources.
The magazine aspires to be the preferred and authoritative resource for the mining sector in Africa by featuring pertinent and topical issues of interest to the industry. This includes technological innovations, new mineral finds and legislation; as well as the economic, environmental, and developmental impact of mining on Africa’s economies. You can take advantage of various cost options for an advertisement which are listed in the Media-kit.
Given the forward and backward linkages of the mining sector, the entire supply chain of the industry, comprising suppliers and service providers constitute an integral part of the magazine’s coverage. Africa 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 entire mining industry and public sector.
Africa Mining Brief is circulated in South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Ghana and Nigeria. Its readership includes all mining and quarrying operations, suppliers, service providers, and relevant government departments and regulatory authorities in the industry.
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The online portal Construction Review Magazine has a weekly audience of 50,000 users and 100,000 page-views which also makes it the leading online portal for the construction industry. The portal is rated as one of the 100,000 most popular websites in the world by alexa.com. You can take advantage of various cost options for an advertisement which are listed in the Media-kit.
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