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By: Natasha Odendaal Updated 28 minutes ago The Treasure the Karoo Action Group (TKAG) on Friday called on government to delay publishing final regulations and issuing rights for shale gas exploration in the Karoo, until a 24-month strategic environmental assessment (SEA) has been concluded. TKAG CEO Jonathan Deal said in an open letter... →
By: Reuters Updated 4 hours ago Tanzania's gold output edged up 1.26% in 2014 to 1.27-million ounces, snapping a two-year decline, government data showed on Friday. Tanzania is Africa's fourth-biggest gold producer after South Africa, Ghana and Mali and gold exports are a key source of foreign exchange. Export earnings however... →
By: Esmarie Swanepoel Updated 5 hours ago The Western Australian government on Friday extended a helping hand to struggling iron-ore miner Atlas, with Mines and Petroleum Minister Bill Marmion announcing that he had extended the government’s royalty assistance programme to the miner. Atlas would receive support in the form of a 50%... →
By: Esmarie Swanepoel Updated 6 hours ago Australia’s mining equipment, technology and services (METS) sector would be vital to increasing the country’s competitive strength, Industry and Science Minister Ian Macfarlane said this week. Speaking at the Austmine conference, in Brisbane, Macfarlane noted that during 2012/13, the METS... →
By: Reuters Updated 6 hours ago Zimbabwe's gold production rose 25% to 4 180 kg in the January-March quarter after small gold milling companies increased output, the country's chamber of mines said on Thursday. The chamber projected gold production for the year as a whole of 16 721 kg, up 8.7% from last year. →
By: Irma Venter Updated 6 hours ago Within a decade conventional invasive autopsies may be a rarity, says head of the Department of Forensic Medicine at the University of Pretoria (UP), Professor Gert Saayman. Instead, pathologists will use imaging technologies to conduct virtual post-mortems. →
By: Reuters Updated 7 hours ago A joint venture between Democratic Republic of Congo's (DRC's) State miner and two Chinese companies, signed under a 2009 "minerals for infrastructure" deal, will begin producing copper before the end of 2015, the DRC's government said on Thursday. Under the deal Chinese companies pledged to... →
By: Esmarie Swanepoel Updated 7 hours ago Chairperson of iron-ore major Fortescue Metals, Andrew Forrest, has vowed to continue with his campaign against multinational companies operating in the Pilbara, despite the government taking a decision not to pursue an inquiry into the iron-ore sector. Treasurer Joe Hockey on Thursday... →