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The Klipspringer of Black Mountain

9th September 2019 Hall Core Drilling is an exploration drilling contractor with active operations in several countries on the African continent. The company was founded in 2000 and started out with just one drill rig. Today, they have 36 drill rigs in operation and employ approximately 250 people. In the small... 

Epiroc shares drop as mining gear orders disappoint

30th April 2019 Sweden's Epiroc said on Tuesday it expected current levels of demand to prevail in the near term after it reported lower than expected quarterly mining equipment orders, sending its shares lower. Epiroc, which competes against Sweden's Sandvik and Finland's Metso, said its order intake inched up... 

Black Rock Mine in South Africa selects Mobilaris Mining Intelligence™

3rd April 2019 Epiroc and Mobilaris has been selected to equip Black Rock Mine in South Africa with Mobilaris Mining Intelligence (MMI), a decision support solution for mine efficiency and safety. MMI enables superior situational awareness and is designed to visualize and support mining operation in all its... 

Epiroc to digitalize Black Rock Mine Operations

2nd April 2019 Epiroc has been selected to equip Black Rock Mine in South Africa with Mobilaris Mining Intelligence (MMI), a decision support solution for mine efficiency and safety. MMI enables superior situational awareness and is designed to visualize and support mining operation in all its complexity, in... 
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Safaricom likely to borrow to fund Ethiopia Telecom bid

Safaricom, weighing an offer for Ethiopia’s telecom business later this year, plans to take on debt to fund a joint bid by a consortium including parent Vodacom Group and two other entities. “We do know the investment to build the network in Ethiopia will be big,” Safaricom’s interim Chief... 

Nigeria to review privatisation of power assets after supply fails to improve

Nigeria will review the sale of power assets to private investors after they have been unable to improve power supply in Africa’s most populous country. The buyers of the assets are making technical and commercial losses and only distribute a fraction of existing capacity to end-users, the Power... 
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