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System optimises miner's stock levels Restricted

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During the 18 months that Barloworld Optimus has had an outsourced contract at heavy-minerals mining company Ticor South Africa, it has achieved 97% service levels.
30th August 2002
 
 
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Zambian communities slate mining firms Restricted

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Communities affected by mining activities in Zambia have drawn up nine demands in which they have charged that mining is unsustainable and runs counter to people-oriented development.
30th August 2002
 
 
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'Finland PGM deposit part of bigger complex' Restricted

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SOUTH African company Gold Fields Limited believes that the platinum-group metals projects it is currently pursuing in Finland are just part of a much bigger PGM complex in that country.
23rd August 2002
 
 
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Black miner eyes two brownfield PGM projects Restricted

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Tokyo Sexwale Tokyo Sexwale’s Mvelaphanda is about to become involved in two brownfield platinum expansion projects, of the low-risk high-return kind.
23rd August 2002
 
 
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R25m feasibility study for PGM prospect Restricted

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South Africa’s third-largest gold company, Harmony Gold Mining, spent R3,6-million on platinum-mine Kalplats, in the North West Province, during the quarter ending in June.
23rd August 2002
 
 
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Resource projects to proceed despite a global slowdown Restricted

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Brian Gilbertson Diversified resources group BHP Billiton has indicated that the new projects worth $2,9-billion approved during the last 12 months will definitely go ahead, despite concerns about the global economy.
23rd August 2002
 
 
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SA mining company is ready for a new mining-rights era Restricted

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SOUTH African mining company Randgold & Exploration plans to use its existing mineral rights either as a basis for joint ventures (JV), particularly with black economic empowerment (BEE) companies, or sell them outright, again preferrably to BEE...
23rd August 2002
 
 
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Zimbabwe platinum rush despite political uncertainties Restricted

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Zimbabwe and platinum Conventional wisdom has it that a country shunned by the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund might as well forget about receiving any significant foreign direct investment flows.
23rd August 2002
 
 
 
 
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