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Martin Czernowalow

Infrastructure constraints hampering coal industry Restricted

While the international coal market would appear to be turning in favour of South African coal producers and exporters, doubts still persist about the country's current readiness to take full advantage of these conditions.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 14th January 2005

Spoornet CEO's resignation won't derail talks – chamber Restricted

The South African Chamber of Mines said yesterday that it is confident that the resignation of Spoornet CEO Dolly Mokgatle would not derail talks between itself and the State-owned utility about the upgrading of port and railway infrastructure...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 13th January 2005

Kumba lodges Hope Downs appeal Restricted

Diversified metals and mining group Kumba Resources yesterday lodged an appeal against an arbitration decision allowing its joint venture partner to acquire Kumba's interest in the Australian Hope Downs iron-ore project, the company said in a...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 12th January 2005

Harmony awaits Gold Fields' 'friendly' bid terms Restricted

South African gold producer Harmony Gold said it would wait to see the terms for a 'friendly' deal that takeover target Gold Fields will set out, before it comments on the issue.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 11th January 2005

'SA could still yield world-class deposits' Restricted

While the existence of large reserves of a variety of minerals has been proved in South Africa, the country cannot be considered over-explored, the Directorate Mineral Economics argued in the latest edition of 'South Africa's Mineral Industry...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 10th January 2005

'Northam fire investigation findings incorrect' Restricted

South African platinum producer Northam Platinum on Friday issued a statement saying a Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) report, regarding an underground fire at its mine last year, contains several incorrect statements and findings.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 10th January 2005

R600m ferrochrome smelter enviro study this month Restricted

The public comment period for the environmental-impact report for a R600-million high-carbon ferrochrome smelter, in Richards Bay, Kwazulu-Natal, has been extended to January 20, following which the report will be presented to the Department of...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 7th January 2005

Govt reinstates ERPM pumping subsidy Restricted

Century-old marginal gold-miner East Rand Proprietary Mines (ERPM), which was facing certain closure in recent months, has received yet another reprieve, with government agreeing to partially reinstate the company's water-pumping subsidy for the...
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 6th January 2005

Diamond giant has productive festive season Restricted

In what appeared to be a busy month for diamond giant De Beers, the company announced in December that it reached agreement about the renewal of the Jwaneng mining licence with the government of Botswana.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 5th January 2005

Ferrochrome accident report next week Restricted

The South African Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) will next week release its report on the cause of a mining accident in which seven mineworkers were killed last month at a ferrochrome-mine in the North West Province.
By: Martin Czernowalow
Published on 4th January 2005

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