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Dennis Ndaba

RBM committed to the sustainable use of resources

20th February 2009 Richards Bay Minerals (RBM), a company that mines and beneficiates the minerals-rich sands in the coastal dunes of KwaZulu-Natal, and mining giant Rio Tinto are spending about R30-million from the planned budget for 2008/9 to continue all activities related to the rehabilitation of coastal dune... 

Daily podcast – 16 February, 2009

16th February 2009 In today's podcast: Rio Tinto is confident the Australian government will approve its $19,5-billion tie-up with Chinese State-owned aluminium-maker Chinalco; and shareholders of Teal Exploration and Mining vote in favour of African Rainbow Minerals and Vale forming a joint venture to develop the... 

Tiomin on the hunt for merger-and-acquisition opportunities

23rd January 2009 Toronto-listed miner Tiomin Resources this year will be on the hunt for merger and-acquisition opportunities created by the combined impact of collapsing commodity prices and difficult capital markets 

Joy partners with SBS Mining in supplying continuous miners to Tumelo colliery

23rd January 2009 Joy Mining Machinery South Africa has partnered with SBS Mining, a division of Peter White Mining, to supply a suite of continuous mining equipment to Tumelo colliery, near Pullenshope, in Mpumalanga. 

SAHRC finding highlights issues of community relocation to make way for mining

16th January 2009 The issue of human rights and mining is highlighted in a first-of-a-kind investigation into the relocation of communities to make way for mining. The South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) deems the relocation of a Limpopo community to make way for a platinum mine as “adversely affecting”... 

Human Rights Commission finding highlights issues of community relocation to make way for mining

16th January 2009 The issue of human rights and mining is highlighted in a first-of-a-kind investigation into the relocation of communities to make way for mining. 

Mpumalanga colliery takes delivery of continuous miner

5th December 2008 ASX-listed coal producer Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) has took delivery of the first of five continuous miners valued at over R80-million, from Joy Mining Machinery Equipment for its Mooiplaats operation, which is situated in the Ermelo coalfield in Mpumalanga 

Switchover from steel to polyurethane liners brings about major benefits

5th December 2008 A senior employee of JSE-listed Kumba Iron Ore’s Sishen mine says it has achieved significant cost and downtime savings by switching from steel to polyurethane liners used in the harsh mining environment. 

DRDGold spends R7-million on vegetation programme

28th November 2008 JSE-listed gold producer DRDGold says it establishes vegetation on a continious basis on tailings dams in order to prevent wind blown dust and erosion from rainwater that could result in litigation costs. These vegetation programmes have been in place since the nineteen seventies. 

Instrumentation firm optimistic it will have enough work till at least 2010 despite global crunch

28th November 2008 AltX-listed company B&W Instrumentation & Electrical says expanding into the mining industry and an increased focus on Africa are boosting the company’s new growth strategy. 

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