0 COMMENTSASA Metals, a joint venture between Eastern Asia Metals Investment, of China, and the Limpopo Economic Development Enterprise, of South Africa is expanding its Dilokong chrome mine.
By: Leandi Kolver
29th February 2008
0 COMMENTSASA Metals, the joint venture between China's Eastern Asia Metals Investment and the Limpopo Economic Development Enterprise, plans to sink two new chrome-ore mine shafts and build a processing facility in South Africa, the company announced...
By: Liezel Hill
21st February 2008
0 COMMENTSA worldwide iron-ore supply deficit of between 20-million tons and 25- million tons is likely in 2008, international financial services group Credit Suisse states. This deficit comes on the back of a high demand from steel mills. Credit Suisse...
15th February 2008
0 COMMENTSState-owned financier the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) announced that it would invest R100-million in a ground-breaking new technology that would convert superfine iron-ore into high quality iron units.
By: Jade Davenport
5th February 2008
0 COMMENTSMajor Brazilian mining, logistics and energy group Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (Vale, previously known as CVRD) is reported to be preparing an offer of up to $90-billion for world number six mining group Xstrata. The deal would also have an impact...
By: Keith Campbell
1st February 2008
0 COMMENTSThe Liberian government says it is reviewing bids from several companies wanting to mine iron ore in the country’s western and central belts. Liberia’s Lands, Mines and Energy Ministry says the western cluster consists of former iron-ore mines...
1st February 2008
0 COMMENTSSouth African ferrochrome producers said on Friday that they had closed their smelting operations in order to reduce electricity demand to a minimum.
By: Mariaan Webb
25th January 2008
0 COMMENTSFerrochrome producer International Ferro Metals (IFM) is on track to produce 133 700 t of the stainless-steel ingredient in the first half of 2008, after having produced at about one half of its capacity in the second-half of 2007, it said on...
By: Matthew Hill
23rd January 2008
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More chrome could leave South Africa unbeneficated because of power Power crisis won’t hinder Dilokong chrome expansion, says COO Eyebrows go up as Arm pays maiden dividend, plans big capex roll-out
More chrome could leave South Africa...
Power crisis won’t hinder Dilokong chrome...
Eyebrows go up as Arm pays maiden dividend,...