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On-The-Air (24/10/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Diamond miner De Beers is putting R30-million a year behind its relentless search for the next big South African diamond mine 

On-The-Air (24/10/2014)

On-The-Air (10/10/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Modernise or bust – that was the blunt message given to the mining industry at this week’s Joburg Indaba 

On-The-Air (10/10/2014)

On-The-Air (03/10/2014)

By: Martin Creamer High South African rail tariffs are threatening to stifle a new R5-billion coal investment in Limpopo province; Broke junior mining companies are tumbling under the force of the huge headwinds confronting them; The Zambian government’s refusal to repay VAT claims back to mining companies is... 

On-The-Air (03/10/2014)

On-The-Air (26/09/2014)

By: Martin Creamer An exciting new technology, which has the potential to boost platinum sky-high, has passed its first tests 

On-The-Air (26/09/2014)

On-The-Air (19/09/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Gold producers are suffering dangerous electricity blackouts in deep power-critical mines.  

On-The-Air (19/09/2014)

On-The-Air (12/09/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Studies are under way for the possible building of big new mechanised platinum mine on the Limpopo/Mpumalanga border 

On-The-Air (12/09/2014)

On-The-Air (05/09/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Australia is beating South Africa hands down in the race for a slice of Africa’s mineral resources 

On-The-Air (05/09/2014)

On-The-Air (29/08/2014)

SA stands to lose $1-trillion worth of gold because it has no way of mining it; Recycling of platinum scrap bludgeoning SA’s already strike-ravaged platinum business; Exciting new R9-billion copper investment on the cards in Limpopo province. 

On-The-Air (29/08/2014)

On-The-Air (22/08/2014)

By: Martin Creamer State-owned Transnet and Eskom have come to the party for black-controlled coal miner Exxaro 

On-The-Air (22/08/2014)

On-The-Air (15/08/2014)

By: Creamer Media Reporter AMCU knocking on recognition door at only major platinum mine to escape the 5-month platinum strike; Labour unions embracing mechanisation at new Styldrift platinum projec; State-led Operation Hurry Up on the way for South Africa’s badly lagging mining industry.  

On-The-Air (15/08/2014)

On-The-Air (08/08/2014)

By: Martin Creamer South Africa stands to benefit richly from the huge technical breakthrough in the strike-hit platinum sector 

On-The-Air (08/08/2014)

On-The-Air (01/08/2014)

By: Martin Creamer The level of productivity in South African coal mines is below that of Australian coal mines 

On-The-Air (01/08/2014)

On-The-Air (25/07/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Iron-ore from Limpopo and the Northern Cape has so far generated a staggering R23.5-billion in dividends for black shareholders; Strike-hit Anglo American Platinum is planning to spend up to R100-million on its mechanised mines, which survived this week’s big sell-off decision; and 60 000... 

On-The-Air (25/07/2014)

On-The-Air (18/07/2014)

By: Martin Creamer A solar-energy first is under way in the Northern Cape thanks to a Norwegian company’s R1-billion investment; Advanced aerospace technology is being used to recover diamonds from an old Northern Cape mine dump. The Northern Cape has been chosen as the place to set a new world land-speed record. 

On-The-Air (18/07/2014)

On-The-Air (11/07/2014)

By: Martin Creamer 15 000 diamond mineworkers have been cut into De Beers’ new R2.5-billion black economic empowerment deal; The new Venetia diamond mine in Limpopo will have driverless trucks as part of an automation drive; and Strong calls are being made for the reform of South Africa’s much-criticised migrant... 

On-The-Air (11/07/2014)

On-The-Air (04/07/2014)

By: Martin Creamer The Ivory Coast, with its new investor-friendly mining code, is stealing a march on the rest of Africa as an investment destination; The current low gold price is bankrupting South Africa’s once proud gold-mining industry; Energy from coal gas rather than the traditional solid coal is on the way... 

On-The-Air (04/07/2014)

On-The-Air (27/06/2014)

By: Martin Creamer American giant GE plans to recruit 100 engineers and technicians for its new innovation centre in Gauteng. A new bright light is about to be shone in the dark corners of platinum pricing and the gold price fixing. South Africa needs to create a new beginning for its struggling mining... 

On-The-Air (27/06/2014)

On-The-Air (13/06/2014)

By: Martin Creamer A solar energy atlas is being developed to stimulate the use of sun power in sunny South Africa. The bid to break the world land speed record in the Northern Cape is setting up South Africa for extreme-sports tourism. Strike-hit South Africa may lose platinum market share to Zimbabwe, which is... 

On-The-Air (13/06/2014)

On-The-Air (06/06/2014)

By: Martin Creamer A brand new platinum mine that will be highly mechanised and pay high salaries is planned in Limpopo. Royal Bafokeng Platinum is building 3 000 houses for its mineworkers. 25 000 miners have now come forward to claim their share of R5-billion worth of unpaid employee benefits. 

On-The-Air (06/06/2014)

On-The-Air (23/05/2014)

By: Martin Creamer New technology is promising to propel South Africa’s struggling gold mines into an exciting new era; South Africa has failed to make a success of antimony mining and the Australians are now rushing in to take control of our antimony patrimony; and South Africa is squandering its cobalt wealth at... 

On-The-Air (23/05/2014)

On-The-Air (16/05/2014)

By: Martin Creamer The first batch of 4 000 ex-mineworkers have come forward to claim their share of R5-billion worth of unpaid pension and occupational disease benefits. Two of South Africa’s biggest black-controlled mining companies are investing in West African iron-ore opportunities. South Africa’s... 

On-The-Air (16/05/2014)

On-The-Air (25/04/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Search is on for 200 000 ex-mineworkers who are owed 5 Billion Rand in unpaid benefits; Lots of money, lots of people could benefit. Now another issue, South African economy could suffer a massive opportunity loss if the strike-hit Platinum industry is crippled.  

On-The-Air (25/04/2014)

On-The-Air (11/04/2014)

By: Martin Creamer A new platinum company is stepping up production to take full advantage of the supply gap left by the 11-week AMCU strike. An Mpumalanga gold-mining company is going on a growth spree after reaching agreement with AMCU. Teba, the organisation set up 100 years ago to recruit huge numbers of... 

On-The-Air (11/04/2014)

On-The-Air (04/04/2014)

Mothers have no food to put on tables in the platinum belt where the strike enters its 11th week today; With the tin price rocketing, South Africa is shaking the dust off its tin mines that shut up shop a quarter century ago; The London-listed Ironveld has unveiled plans a R10-billion iron plant... 

On-The-Air (04/04/2014)

On-The-Air (28/03/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Richards Bay Coal Terminal is ready to boost the coal export potential of black junior miners; the Department of Energy is set to launch proposals for power supply from independent non-Eskom sources. 

On-The-Air (28/03/2014)

On-The-Air (21/03/2014)

By: Martin Creamer A R3-billion marketing programme is under way to boost the use of South Africa’s strike-hit platinum; A host of new metals are being extracted from South Africa’s Bushveld, which is stamping its authority as the richest piece of mineral real estate on the planet; and A London listed company this... 

On-The-Air (21/03/2014)

On-The-Air (14/03/2014)

By: Martin Creamer A new ‘digital mine’ under construction in Johannesburg aims to take modern satellite communication underground; China is decimating South Africa’s once mighty ferrochrome industry – ironically with South African assistance. 

On-The-Air (14/03/2014)

On-The-Air (07/03/2014)

By: Martin Creamer It is all about coal, everyone wants to know how does coal work, does it need to be wet, does it not need to be wet. What is your take on what’s been happening so far? Transnet is doubling the export potential of the locked-in Waterberg coalfields in Limpopo. 

On-The-Air (07/03/2014)

On-The-Air (28/02/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Every Friday morning, SAfm’s AMLive’s radio anchor Dhashen Moodley speaks to Martin Creamer, publishing editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly. Reported here is this Friday’s At the Coalface transcript:  

On-The-Air (28/02/2014)

On-The-Air (21/02/2014)

By: Martin Creamer Fifteen Australians have arrived in South Africa to save Gauteng’s biggest gold mine from further financial loss; An urgent call has gone out to the government to use the South African Defence Force to stop illegal miners from wrecking some of South Africa’s richest gold mines. 

On-The-Air (21/02/2014)

On-The-Air (14/02/2014)

By: Martin Creamer ‘Mechanise or die’. That’s the message now being played out loudly and clearly to South Africa’s stricken mining industry' R21-billion is the value of cash being paid to shareholders of South Africa’s richest iron-ore mine; Mining industry agrees to devote 5% of its payroll to the development of... 

On-The-Air (14/02/2014)
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