How to get SA’s foreign direct investment in mining right

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it is undeniable that now is a good time to invest in mining, given the fact that it is a buyers’ market. Photo: iStock/ Juan Jose Napuri
it is undeniable that now is a good time to invest in mining, given the fact that it is a buyers’ market. Photo: iStock/ Juan Jose Napuri

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The country attracted only R2.5 billion of new investments last year, a sharp 45% drop from the 2019 figure of R4.6 billion. However, with many of the Covid-19 restrictions on doing business being gradually lifted, FDI is seeing signs of recovery.

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