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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

 

Daily podcast – March 4, 2010

South Africa's largest steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa announced on Wednesday that a dispute resolution process had been initiated in an attempt to resolve a matter between it and Kumba Iron Ore. The matter relates to a cost plus 3% supply deal, which the iron-ore miner cancelled as... 

Daily podcast – March 3, 2010

Gold Fields aims to produce some 60% of its gold from mines outside SA; and Smokey Hills mine comes to an almost complete stop as mine contractor staff go on unprotected industrial action. 

Daily podcast – March 2, 2010

Alliance Resources reports that first production from the Four Mile uranium project, in South Australia, is still possible in 2010; and Sentula receives approval for the sale of the company's stake in the Koornfontein mine to Optimum Coal. 

Daily podcast – March 1, 2010

Avocet Mining exports the first gold shipment from its Inata mine to the Rand Refinery for refining; and Hillgrove Resources aims to complete construction at its flagship Kanmantoo copper/gold project early next year. 

Daily podcast – February 25, 2010

De Beers Consolidated Mines MD David Noko steps down; and A1 Minerals will pour its first gold pour next week. 

Daily podcast – February 24, 2010

South Africa's Ddepartment of Mineral Resources completes an audit of the State's mining assets; and Goldplat expects to see increased revenues at its Ghanaian gold recovery business in future.  

Daily podcast – February 23, 2010

Northam Platinum approves R340-milllion capital expenditure at the Booysendal platinum project; and International Gold Exploration will merge its diamond operations with Pangea DiamondFields. 

Daily podcast – February 22, 2010

Gemfields discovers a 6 225 ct rough emerald at its Kagem mine; and MagIndustries receives final approval from the Republic of Congo for its Mengo potash project. 

Daily podcast – February 18, 2010

Kinross Gold agrees to sell half of its 50% stake in the Cerro Casale project; and the Essakane gold project moves towards commercial production in August. 

Daily podcast – February 17, 2010

Australia's resource industry is urging the government to rule out a new tax on big miners; and President Jacob Zuma reiterates that nationalisation of South Africa's mines isn't government policy. 

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