Recently published research from Business Monitor International, "South Africa Mining Report Q2 2014", is now available at Fast Market Research
Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/13/2014 -- The past decade of minimal growth in South Africa's mining sector is set to continue as the country's gold and platinum sectors face diminishing margins and industrial strife. Potential for growth in the iron ore and coal sectors constitute bright spots for the mining industry in the long term. We forecast South Africa's mining sector value to grow by an annual average rate of 1.1% over our forecast period, from US$32.7bn in 2014 to US$34.2bn in 2018.
South Africa's share of global mined output is set to decline further as other mining jurisdictions experience faster rates of growth. We expect investment, particularly in gold mining, to be more attracted to low-cost, high resource opportunities in the rest of the continent such as the Democratic Republic of Congo.
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