Mining Developments Magazine is a publication covering various mining industries in South Africa and beyond. It is distributed to key decision makers at mines, quarries, private and public mining companies and institutions which includes mining education and training bodies, mining equipments and materials suppliers plus mining services providers.
Monthly Circulation: 12 000 Copies
Readership: Over 48 000
The magazine covers mining projects and other specific mining aspects within and outside South Africa. Particular editions focus on specific mining services, products, technologies, trends and news with an aim of supporting and promoting the developments of various mineral resources, mining and mining related companies.
Mining Developments Magazine provides advertisers an effective forum to showcase their services, products, capabilities, products and other mining related functions. We are a voice for mining industries through extensive coverage of insightful,thoughts-building articles and advertorials that highlight and examine broad spectrum of various kinds of mining related aspects such as safety,health,environmental issues, mining governing regulations and policies.
Up to date information regarding mining jobs and professional opportunities plus meetings and mining events form part of sections of most editions of Mining Developments Magazine.
Mining Developments Magazine has two options available to those who need Special Stand alone publication[s]:
First is that of producing the publication at no cost, provided we invite their business associates, service providers, as well as suppliers to participate in the form of articles and adverts at reasonable rates.
Alternatively, should one not wish to involve own business associates and suppliers, we produce the publications at a fee depending on the print-run and the amount of pages required.
Our company creates excellent and attractive media for various advertisers to advertise their services and products to their target market at a reasonable rate, by producing publications which would be reaching their own target market.