0 COMMENTSFollowing a dispute, ferrochrome producer Kermas South Africa has cancelled the 28% transfer of shares in its black economic-empowerment (BEE) deal, but plans to reallocate the same stake to meet its original broad-based objectives. Chairperson,...
23rd June 2008
0 COMMENTSWelding gas and consumables company, Afrox on Friday announced it had won a R35-million gas and welding supply contract for the International Ferro Metals (IFM) Buffelsfontein ferrochrome production facility, in the North West province. The...
20th June 2008
0 COMMENTSFerrochrome producer International Ferro Metals (IFM) will substantially reduce its carbon footprint when it commissions its R200-million cogeneration (CoGen) plant, currently under implementation in July next year.
By: Dennis Ndaba
20th June 2008
China & SA
0 COMMENTSIN terms of number of projects, South Africa currently ranks second equal among African countries regarding Chinese investment in mining. There are five mining projects in this country with greater or lesser degrees of Chinese investment.
By: Keith Campbell
20th June 2008
CHINA & RESOURCES
0 COMMENTSMining companies needed to look strategically and systematically at how they could benefit from opportunities that resource-hungry China's increasing growth as global resources player presented, an expert on that country said on Tuesday....
10th June 2008
0 COMMENTSThe board of stainless steel producer Outokumpu has given the go-ahead to a €420-million plan to double its ferrochrome production capacity in Finland, to 530 000 t/y, by 2011. Ferrochrome prices have surged in the last year, buoyed by...
By: Liezel Hill
3rd June 2008
0 COMMENTSCommodities marketing company Metmar rose to a new high in Johannesburg on Monday afternoon, after it announced the sale of its stake in metal alloys producer PGR 17 for R390-million to London-based Kermas. Kermas had made an irrevocable offer to...
2nd June 2008
0 COMMENTSWater Affairs and Forestry Minister Lindiwe Hendricks on Monday signed a memorandum of agreement (MoA) with 23 mining houses in Limpopo province for the development of the second phase of the Olifants River Water Resources Development Project...
By: Chanel de Bruyn
26th May 2008
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Merafe expects short to medium-term ferrochrome demand to recover 6 000 jobs saved through 'cash-burn-avoidance' strategy - Merafe Samancor Chrome unveils long-term EsopMiners should position themselves for even bigger China resources assault State, Limpopo miners sign water-scheme agreement More chrome could leave South Africa unbeneficated because of powerPower crisis won’t hinder Dilokong chrome expansion, says COO Eyebrows go up as Arm pays maiden dividend, plans big capex roll-out
Merafe expects short to medium-term ferrochrome...
6 000 jobs saved through 'cash-burn-avoidance'...
Samancor Chrome unveils long-term Esop
Miners should position themselves for even...
State, Limpopo miners sign water-scheme agreement
More chrome could leave South Africa...
Power crisis won’t hinder Dilokong chrome...
Eyebrows go up as Arm pays maiden dividend,...