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SA platinum miners enter recycling market despite ‘mixed’ expectations

By: David OliveiraDespite the mixed performance and expectations of the recycling industry, local platinum producers Sibanye Resources and Northam Platinum this year entered the platinum-group metals (PGM) recycling market. Platinum recycling is projected to decline by 6% year-on-year to 1.76-million ounces this... 

SA platinum miners enter recycling market despite ‘mixed’ expectations

Editorial Insight

Out-on-a-limb Minerals Minister forced to knuckle under on Mining Charter III utterances

By: Martin CreamerMining Charter Three has probably been more heavily criticised than any piece of mining legislation. Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane, who went out on a limb like no other Mineral Resources Minister before him to gazette the third charter iteration without prior consultation, quickly... 

Out-on-a-limb Minerals Minister forced to knuckle under on Mining Charter III utterances

News & Insight

Australian miner signs deal for its Moz graphite with Chinese manufacturer

By: Keith CampbellAustralian-domiciled, ASX-listed junior miner Syrah Resources (Syrah) has announced, in a release through the ASX, that it has entered a binding sales agreement for 30 000 t of graphite from the first year of production at its Balama project in the Cabo Delgado province of Mozambique. The... 

Construction starts on Pan African’s R1.7bn Elikhulu tailings retreatment project

By: Ilan SolomonsGovernment, trade unions and traditional leadership have heaped praise on South African precious metals miner Pan African Resources for the development of its R1.7-billion Elikhulu tailings retreatment plant (TRP) project, located at the company’s Evander gold mine, in Mpumalanga. Speaking at the... 

Construction starts on Pan African’s R1.7bn Elikhulu tailings retreatment project

Master Drilling aiming to extend geographical, technological diversification

By: Mia BreytenbachRaise-boring and drilling solutions provider Master Drilling continues to extend its service provision capacity and technology reach, with the company focusing on diversifying into new markets and industries and advancing technologically. “Diversification across geographies, commodities,... 

Master Drilling aiming to extend geographical,  technological diversification

MHSC’s centre of excellence set to open in November

By: Ilan SolomonsThe Mine Health and Safety Council (MHSC) is currently implementing a business plan for its centre of excellence, which is scheduled to open by the end of November. This is according to MHSC research COO Nkhensani Masekoa, who was addressing delegates at Southern African Institute of Mining and... 

MHSC’s centre of excellence set to open  in November

Photo of the Week

ENERGY STAND-OFF

By: Martin CreamerRio Tinto chief executive Jean-Sebastien Jacques, above, is seen during the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) conference at Parliament House in Canberra, where he chided the Australian government for allowing the country to become one of the most expensively priced energy countries. He warned... 

ENERGY STAND-OFF

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