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Martin Czernowalow


State gem miner awards concessions Restricted

State-owned gem miner Alexkor has awarded shallow-water mining and beach mining concessions to private operators, thus securing employment for 179 miners who were retrenched at the end of last year.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 5th September 2002
 

Unions and mines set to fight Aids Restricted

Representatives of management of the South Deep Gold Mine, United Association of South Africa (UASA) and National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) recently signed an agreement to launch an encompassing HIV/Aids preventative, management and care...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 3rd September 2002
 

Coal stakeholders commit to clean-up Restricted

During a one-day conference on “Coal and Sustainable Development”, held as a parallel event to the Joburg Summit last week, the Minister of Minerals and Energy, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, put forward a proposed declaration regarding coal...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 2nd September 2002
 

Fund to support Soweto air clean-up Restricted

The Minister of Mineral and Energy Affair, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, last week launched the Clean Soweto Air Fund – and initiative that forms part of the department’s National Integrated Clean Household Fuels Programme.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 2nd September 2002
 

Platinum giant signs landmark wage deal Restricted

A wage agreement between South African mining giant Anglo Platinum and eight unions has been hailed as a “historic triumph”, by both the mine’s management, as well as union representatives.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 28th August 2002
 

Gem-miner to award concessions soon Restricted

State-owned gem miner Alexkor will soon award shallow-water and beach mining concessions, having already compiled a short list of possible operators.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 22nd August 2002
 

State, industry tight lipped on charter talks Restricted

Negotiations around the empowerment charter for South Africa’s mining industry will push on until a positive outcome is reached, the head of communications at the Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) told Mining Weekly Online yesterday.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 21st August 2002
 

Eight bidders show interest in State gem miner Restricted

The Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) yesterday revealed that it has received eight bids for non-binding expression of interest in the ailing State diamond-mining company Alexkor.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 20th August 2002
 

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