The Minister of Mineral Resources, Mr Gwede Mantashe will host a two-day Summit on the Mining Charter this weekend, to further engage with stakeholders on the draft Charter.
This follows stakeholder engagements held across the country on the Mining Charter, during which the department listened to stakeholder concerns and inputs on the Mining Charter.
The Mining Charter, developed in terms of Section 100 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) aims to ensure meaningful participation by black people in this critical sector of the economy.
The public has until Friday 27 July 2018, to submit written comments to the department on the draft Charter published on 15th June 2018.
Source: Government of South Africa