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Mike Eksteen reflects on twenty-fifth anniversary of Kloof Gold accident

19th October 2018 October 13 marked the twenty-fifth anniversary of the successful rescue of 150 miners trapped 3 km underground at the Kloof Gold Mine No. 3 sub shaft, in Westonaria, west of Johannesburg. Former Kloof Gold Mine GM Mike Eksteen, who helmed one of the most successful mine rescue operations in South... 

Amid falling platinum prices, PGM miners upping chrome ore production to improve profitability

19th October 2018 Some platinum group metals (PGM) producers have become large producers of chrome ore to improve their profitability, says Kagiso Asset Management investment analyst Mandi Dungwa. South Africa is the world’s largest chrome producer, delivering more than half of the global ore supply in 2017, with... 

Amid falling platinum prices, PGM miners upping chrome ore production to improve profitability

19th October 2018 Some platinum group metals (PGM) producers have become large producers of chrome ore to improve their profitability, says Kagiso Asset Management investment analyst Mandi Dungwa. South Africa is the world’s largest chrome producer, delivering more than half of the global ore supply in 2017, with... 

SRK Ghana expanding into other West African markets

19th October 2018 As the economic mood in the global mining industry turns towards the better, SRK Consulting’s Accra office, in Ghana, has been making inroads into new markets in Côte d’Ivoire and Togo, SRK Ghana country manager John Kwofie noted in a release last week. He believes that there is potential for... 

Marginal increases in lead, zinc demand expected in 2019

19th October 2018 In a report released last week, the International Lead and Zinc Study Group forecast that there would be marginal increases in demand for lead and zinc in 2019.  The ILZSG forecasts that global lead demand will  rise by  0.7% to 11.79-million tonnes in 2019, compared with the 11.71-million tonnes... 

Charter continues expropriation of investor returns – Paul Miller

5th October 2018 Mining Charter 3 has continued its predecessor’s trajectory of setting a “progressive creeping expropriation of investor returns”, CCP 12J Fund MD Paul Miller told delegates at the Joburg Indaba this week. He noted that South Africa had always relied on attracting foreign capital, adding that the... 

Cobalt mining in DRC poses public health risk – study

5th October 2018 Cobalt mining comes at a great cost to public health in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), states new research by Belgium university Katholieke Universiteit (KU) Leuven, and the DRC’s University of Lubumbashi. In a statement on the university’s website last week, KU Leuven department of... 

Mines urged to do ‘all they can’ to limit pollution from used oil

5th October 2018 The mining industry consumes about 25% of the country’s lubricants - accounting for approximately 300-million litres of oil a year, of which 40% is potentially recyclable used oil, notes the Recycling Oil Saves the Environment (ROSE) Foundation. The organisation notes that used-oil is classified... 

North Africa’s overreliance on hydrocarbons under the spotlight at Uneca-convened meeting

5th October 2018 The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (Uneca) office in North Africa initiated an expert group meeting in Morocco last week, to tackle North Africa’s overreliance on hydrocarbons and its policy environment under the theme: “Quality of institutions and structural transformation:... 

Capacitate communities to facilitate more meaningful engagements – Joburg Indaba panel

4th October 2018 Communities cannot participate on an equal nor meaningful level with mining companies if they are not adequately capacitated and informed by the industry, Sibanye-Stillwater stakeholder engagement head Thabisile Phumo said in a panel discussion during the Joburg Indaba on Thursday. She stated... 

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