SA STUMBLES as Aussies make hay

July 2010
Finweek;2010 Mining Yearbook, p68
The article discusses the growth in the uranium mining industry in Namibia and the loss of the investors from South Africa (SA). The growth in the uranium mining is happening at a time when its prices remain depressed. The first reason mentioned for the loss is that junior miners and explorers operating in Namibia are not listed in Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) and those listed in JSE including Uranium One Inc. and First Uranium Corp. have poor performance.


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