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Shannon de Ryhove

Shannon de Ryhove

Shannon de Ryhove is Deputy Editor: Polity and Assistant Editor: Multimedia.

She has a B.Comm (Behavioural Sciences) degree from North West University.

Tel: +2711 622 3744

Email: newsdesk@engineeringnews.co.za

 

Resources Watch

This week: Canada's Goldcorp will look at a dividend hike later this year; gold producer Iamgold eyes ‘significant' upside at Essakane; and, South Africa's Galaxy Gold heads for an August 11 listing on the JSE. 

Resources Watch

This week: Denison Mines touts Athabasca uranium find; Kinross CEO plays his cards close on plans for Red Back shares; and Uranium One closes the door on Dominion, remains mum on Paladin stake. 

Resources Watch

This week: Toronto-based Inmet could retain 60% of its Panama copper project; Barrick Gold says that gold investment demand has ‘barely scratched the surface'; and troubled Aurora inks a R750-million equity deal with a Swiss funder. 

Daily podcast – April 29, 2010

Solidarity says that mine deaths in the country have been showing a downward curve; and mining companies have rejected a new law in Tanzania that raises royalties on minerals and prohibits foreign companies from gemstone mining. 

Daily podcast – April 26, 2010

Randgold's Tongon mine, in the north of Ivory Coast, will start production in October; and the Western Australian state government enforces its commitment to improving mine safety. 

Daily podcast – April 22, 2010

BHP Billiton declines to comment on reports that an anti-corruption probe it is facing from the US Securities and Exchange Commission involves a former bauxite exploration project in Cambodia; and West Australian mining representative bodies have welcomed Premier Colin Barnett's decision to... 

Resources Watch

Platinum miner Anooraq posts a profit, thanks to cost-cutting measures; Wescoal targets a R1-billion market cap as it moves to the JSE's main board; and Canadian Liberal MP John McKay, who tabled the contentious Bill C-300, addresses a gathering of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and... 

Daily podcast – April 21, 2010

BHP Billiton uncovers possible violations of anti-corruption laws inside the company; and Eskom reaches an in principle deal with BHP Billiton that will release it from a long-term tariff agreement.  

Daily podcast – April 20, 2010

Kalgoorlie's Super Pit starts reopening after it was evacuated and closed due to an earthquake; and AngloGold Ashanti could invest $2,5-billion to $3-billion to build a gold mine in Colombia. 

Daily podcast – April 19, 2010

Harmony Gold has begun to close three underperforming shafts in the Free State province; and Platmin will acquire Barrick Gold Corporation's 10% interest in the Sedibelo platinum project for $15-million. 

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