0 COMMENTSGerman specialty chemicals group Lanxess was granted new order mining rights by the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) in April, resulting in organisational changes within the company’s mining operations, including changes to the ownership...
By: Leandi Kolver
17th May 2013
0 COMMENTSSouth Africa’s mining output contracted by 3.5% in March, Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) reported on Thursday. This followed two consecutive months of recovery, rising 6.7% and 6.8% in January and February respectively.
By: Natasha Odendaal
9th May 2013
0 COMMENTSKazakh mining group ENRC said severe weather in the first quarter hit both its iron ore mining and processing operations, taking the shine off better news from abroad as it ramps up its copper mine in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In a trading...
9th May 2013
0 COMMENTSA R65-million operating loss in the 12 months to February 28 has prompted JSE-listed Metmar to cold-shoulder mining and re-embrace metals trading base on which the company was founded. “Our focus going forward is on the trading business and not...
By: Martin Creamer
30th April 2013
0 COMMENTSInvestors are staying away from commodities, fearing that the worst is yet to come after prices plunged in April on signs of slower world economic growth. Wealth managers have been pulling money from commodities since the start of the year,...
29th April 2013
0 COMMENTSAn economic head-on collision was looming between Chinese business imperatives and Africa’s aspirations to derive more benefit from their continent’s minerals, J&J Group executive director Michael Solomon warned on Wednesday. Speaking at the...
By: Martin Creamer
17th April 2013
0 COMMENTSChinese chrome processor Afro-Chine Smelting says it is to spend more than $20-million on acquiring and building six chrome smelters in Zimbabwe, two of which will be commissioned in the country's Midlands province in July, initially producing up...
By: Oscar Nkala
12th April 2013
0 COMMENTSActom Air Pollution Control, a division of local electromechanical equipment and turnkey solutions provider Actom, is in the process of erecting the first of three bag houses, in fulfilment of a contract awarded by global diversified miner...
By: Samantha Moolman
22nd March 2013
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Loss-making Metmar cold-shoulders mining, returns to trading roots Looming China/Africa head-on collision – Solomon 'Prohibitive' power cost hobbling smelters – ARMSA must instil new confidence in global investors – Motsepe Mittal cuts capacity as power surges, takes buy-back knock SA ferrochrome profitability down to zero – Danko KoncharAMCU-dominant Two Rivers is lowest-cost platinum producer – Mike Schmidt Line has to be drawn on union demands – Motsepe Merafe expects chrome export duty decision by February
Loss-making Metmar cold-shoulders mining,...
Looming China/Africa head-on collision – Solomon
'Prohibitive' power cost hobbling smelters – ARM
SA must instil new confidence in global...
Mittal cuts capacity as power surges, takes...
SA ferrochrome profitability down to zero –...
AMCU-dominant Two Rivers is lowest-cost...
Line has to be drawn on union demands – Motsepe
Merafe expects chrome export duty decision by...