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    A report from the South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) states that, between 2005 and 2017, Chinese firms supplied $58bn to the continental mining and mineral extraction industries. That represents a third of Chinese FDI in international mining operations during the review period.

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    Other Chinese companies presently involved in South African mining include Zijin Mining, Minmetals, Jiquan Iron and Steel (JISCO), East Asia Metals and Sino Steel. Zijin is developing the Blue Ridge Mine and Sheba Mine in the north of South Africa.

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    While South Africa is a natural port of call for Chinese mining companies, competition is tough in the local mining environment while the country’s draconian black economic empowerment (BEE) criteria has made Chinese investors wary of committing large investments into the mining sector a trend evident with mining companies from other countries, especially Canada.

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    Other Chinese flagship companies such as Zhong Xing Communications (ZTE) and Huawei Technologies are also expanding their presence in South Africa. On the minerals front, Chinese investors have been bold and wide-ranging in their investments. In the mining sector. South Africa currently ranks second in China’s mining investment into Africa.

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    In many ways, South Africa’s political, social and economic landscape has been dominated by mining, given that, for so many years, the sector has been the mainstay of the South African economy. Although gold, diamonds, platinum and coal are the most well-known among the minerals and metals mined, South Africa also hosts chrome, vanadium, titanium and a number of other lesser minerals.

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