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Jessica Oosthuizen

Jessica Oosthuizen

Jessica Oosthuizen is a Creamer Media Reporter for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Intensive coal screening requires fit-for-purpose equipment

21st September 2018 As coal beneficiation is generally a screening-intensive process, screening equipment is an important part of a coal plant and a major investment for the operation, says vibrating and original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and supplier Kwatani CEO Kim Schoepflin. The local coal sector comprises... 

Supplier grows installed base of Cavex hydrocyclones

21st September 2018 There is a fast-growing installed base of Cavex hydrocyclone technology in coal processing in both classification and dense-medium separation (DMS) applications, according to mining equipment supplier Weir Minerals Africa. “This is as a result of the lower total cost of ownership achieved by... 

Dry separator could arrive in Africa in early 2019

21st September 2018 Screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa aims to bring the first dry separator to Africa for trial at a coal mine next year, says Aury Africa business development manager George Sturgeon. Aury Africa, a subsidiary of design and construction coal group Dadi... 

Local coal future depends on economic situation

21st September 2018 Coal mining currently provides more than 86 000 jobs locally, and this figure will increase as more junior mines are expected to open in the future, provided that the economic situation “does not deteriorate further”, says coal consulting company XMP Consulting senior coal analyst Xavier Prévost.... 

R&D on clean coal technologies crucial in SA

21st September 2018 The research and development (R&D) of clean coal technologies in South Africa is absolutely necessary, says Fossil Fuel Foundation director and recently retired Department of Science and Technology-National Research Foundation South African Research Chairs Initiative Clean Coal Technology chair... 

New smartphone suitable for mining environments

17th August 2018 Global mining and construction equipment manufacturer Caterpillar and mobile phone and consumer electronics company Bullitt Group have released the new Cat S61 smartphone – that can withstand harsh elements and tough terrains, such as those in the mining environment. The phone was launched in... 

New-gen scanning technology released, interest from SA companies

17th August 2018 Global corporate engineering and consulting group DMT has released the new-generation Slim Borehole Scanner (SBS) technology for imaging extra-slim drill holes with a diameter of 23 mm, with keen interest from local mining companies, says DMT director Sodhie Naicker. One of the SBS’s primary... 

Multiple role-players needed within intelligent mine

17th August 2018 Mining companies need to establish ecosystems of suppliers and partners to establish, operate, manage and integrate an intelligent mine, says Internet of Things (IoT) solution developer IoT.nxt mining partnerships director Eric Croeser. “Mining companies, whether small or global, cannot solve the... 

Mining Charter crucial, improvement needed – law firm

13th July 2018 It is important that the Mining Charter is given the attention it deserves if South Africa is serious about empowerment, says law firm ENSafrica natural resources and environment director Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame. The draft Mining Charter for the South African Mining and Minerals Industry was... 

Phase 2 drilling campaign to start at Burundi rare earths project

13th July 2018 Rare-earth elements (REE) mining company Rainbow Rare Earths will start its Phase 2 drilling campaign at its Gakara project, in Burundi, this month, which will consist of about 750 m of further core drilling at the Kiyenzi prospect, says Rainbow CEO Martin Eales. Gakara is one of the... 

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