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Corruption over the past years crippled mining sector – Minerals Council

By: African News Agency      5th February 2019 The damage that was done to South Africa's economy over the past nine years before Cyril Ramaphosa became President has had huge impact on the investability of the mining sector, Minerals Council of South Africa CEO Roger Baxter said on Tuesday. "A year ago we arrived in Cape Town for the 2018... 

Mantashe to open the African Mining Indaba 

By: African News Agency      1st February 2019 Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe is expected to officially open the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town on Monday. In a statement, the department of mineral resources said the minister will be joined by his cabinet colleagues as they engage delegates at the Indaba. The... 

Indaba celebrates silver anniversary, reaffirms commitment to Africa

By: Nadine James     25th January 2019 The 2019 Investing in African Mining Indaba – to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 4 to 7 – will be the twenty-fifth iteration of the event, with the “world’s largest mining conference” having reached this milestone being testimony to its relevance and value,... 

Commitment crucial to achieving transformation objectives – law firm

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 The local mining industry needs to commit to achieving the transformation objectives of the country, says law firm ENSafrica natural resources and environment director Ntsiki Adonisi-Kgame. “Although the transformation of the mining industry continues to progress, the pace at which the industry... 

Consultancy plans to expand mining capability

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Multidisciplinary engineering and environmental consultancy Knight Piésold aims to expand its mining capability and market share, especially in tailings, as well as assist mines in developing renewable-energy projects in remote areas where grid power is unavailable or unreliable, says Knight... 

Harnessing the power of data vital for industry

25th January 2019 With the rapid development of new technology and the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which is disrupting traditional processes and the way people live and work, data is becoming a hot commodity, says engineering consultancy company WorleyParsons. The challenge does not lie in... 

Positive outlook for mining expected

By: Halima Frost     25th January 2019 There is a noticeably positive change in attitude in the mining sector with Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe’s showing signs of leading the sector towards a good recovery in 2019, says surface mining association Aspasa director Nico Pienaar. Mantashe hosted the Mine Occupational Health... 

Step change for Indaba

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 The twenty-fifth anniversary of the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba will have a major focus on how growth in Africa and African mining can be supported and achieved, says event organiser Mining Indaba content director Harry Chapman. The theme of this year’s event is Championing... 

Tech company exhibits for fifteenth year at Indaba

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Spectrometer and analyser supplier Spectrometer Technologies will for the fifteenth consecutive year exhibit at the Investing in African Mining Indaba held at the International Cape Town Convention Centre from February 4 to 7. The company supplies products such as those of biotechnology product... 

Mining Charter III empowers women, implementation uncertain

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Although the Mining Charter III has made great strides in empowering women, it remains to be seen how well these measures will be implemented, says law firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr corporate and commercial director Mmatiki Aphiri. “The charter now has several provisions specifically catering for... 

Bisie tin project on track for commissioning in H2

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Construction on tin exploration and mining company Alphamin Resources’ Bisie tin project, in North Kivu, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is about 90% complete and is on track for commissioning and first production in the second half of this year, says Alphamin Resources CEO Boris... 

Sustainable development the golden thread for DRDGold

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 JSE-listed gold recovery company DRDGold applies its business model to create value commercially, socially and environmentally, with sustainable development the golden thread that informs the company’s strategic thinking, says CEO Niël Pretorius. Companies that practise sustainable development... 

Medical services can evolve with mining project life cycle

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Scalable and innovative on-site and telemedicine services can evolve with a mining company’s project lifecycle to help manage health at every stage, says global medical and security assistance provider International SOS Africa regional medical director Dr Fanie Jute. International SOS can... 

More investment expected, despite policy uncertainty

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Political and regulatory uncertainty will continue in the lead-up to local elections and will impact on investment decisions in the mining industry, says law firm Hogan Lovells partner and mining head Warren Beech, but he believes that sentiment will improve in the third and fourth quarters. He... 

Company aims to grow African footprint

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Southern and North Africa hold immense potential for software company CCS Mining and Industrial (CCSMI) to expand its client base, and the company will use the Investing in African Mining Indaba as a platform to target companies in Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of the... 

Company to exhibit at Mining Indaba for third year

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 Underwriting managing agent Cenviro Solutions, which is underwritten by its parent company Centriq Insurance Company, will for the third consecutive year exhibit at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, to be held at the International Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 4 to... 

Indaba celebrates silver anniversary, reaffirms commitment to Africa

By: Nadine James     25th January 2019 The 2019 Investing in African Mining Indaba – to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 4 to 7 – will be the twenty-fifth iteration of the event, with the “world’s largest mining conference” having reached this milestone being testimony to its relevance and value,... 

Passport 360 part of Start-ups Unearthed Africa at Mining Indaba 2019

23rd January 2019 A local provider of smart solutions for the administrative, safety, and procurement requirements of the mining industry, Passport 360 is one of four African start-ups that have secured a coveted pitch slot at the Start-ups Unearthed Africa session at the Investing in African Mining Indaba on 6... 

Mining Indaba intensely focused on driving capital into African mining 

By: Martin Creamer     11th October 2018 An investment pavilion will be introduced at the upcoming Investing in African Mining Indaba to drive capital into African mining with even greater intensity, MD Alex Grose said on Thursday. Speaking to Mining Weekly Online during a media roundtable, Grose also revealed that more time would be... 

Ghana President to address delegates at Mining Indaba 2019

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th August 2018 Ghana President Nana Akufo-Addo will speak at the 2019 Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 4 to 7. Ghana is considered one of the major mining centres on the African continent; therefore, with Akufo-Addo speaking,... 

Battery metals demand will boost African exploration

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 The exponential boost in demand for battery metals, in light of electric vehicle market growth, will drive exploration and investment in Africa, the 2018 Investing in African Mining Indaba panel on Energy Metals has determined. The discussion, live-streamed last month, was a preview of the panel... 

Staying abreast of industry challenges and needs vital

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 The Investing in African Mining Indaba is opportune for keeping abreast of global trends, developments and challenges, as well as potential clients’ needs, enabling original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to adapt and customise their products, solutions and services accordingly, says... 

Company prefers sponsoring event, expands African footprint

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 Minerals and cement industry equipment and services supplier FLSmidth will be the exhibit hall title sponsor for the Investing in African Mining Indaba for the third consecutive year.  

Legal expertise advances local gas investment

By: Robyn Wilkinson     26th January 2018 Law firm Norton Rose Fulbright has helped Norwegian oil and gas company Statoil navigate South Africa’s myriad legislative requirements to acquire a participating interest in two gas exploration blocks offshore of South Africa’s east coast.  

Exploration unit set to be launched at Indaba

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 Firm of consulting engineers and scientists SRK Consulting (South Africa) will launch its specialised unit, SRK Exploration Services, in Southern Africa at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will be held from February 5 to 8 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre.  

Presentation to bridge gap between mine planning and execution

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 A presentation on how technology-based consulting can help bridge the gap between planning and execution will be delivered by mine management solutions’ provider Modular Mining Systems (MMS) solution manager for customer value Sergio Rojas at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will be... 

Tailings retreatment company to emphasise value of its plants

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 Although tailings retreatment has been practised for 16 years in South Africa, it is still relatively new; it is not mines’ core business and, therefore, they require convincing with regard to the profitability of installing a plant at the back-end of their operations, says platinum group metals... 

Energy-focused miner evolving beyond fossil fuels

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 Botswana-focused coal and energy development company Shumba Energy will continue to benefit from its geographical and market positioning this year and beyond, says Shumba Energy chairperson Alan Mitchell Clegg.  

Exploration activity boosted, focus remains on Ity project

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 Gold miner Endeavour Mining is focused on developing projects in the underexplored Birimian belt in West Africa through an aggressive exploration strategy to find between ten-million and 15-million ounces over the next five years. “This would involve our finding twice as many gold ounces than we... 

Group aims to increase brand awareness at Mining Indaba

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 South African industrial group Torre Industries is exhibiting at the 2018 Investing In African Mining Indaba with the aim of increasing the group’s brand awareness among local and international mining industry players. The JSE-listed group has nine business units across three segments: parts and... 

Major mining software previewed at Indaba

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 Mining software company MICROMINE will provide previews of its major product releases – Geobank 2018 and Micromine 2018 – at the Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will take place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 5 to 8. The company will showcase its entire... 

Stakeholders can look forward to reinforced offering

26th January 2018 With countless networking opportunities vying for the attention of the numerous decision-makers flocking to Cape Town in February to attend the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba, the event’s organiser has reinforced its offering with the introduction of a Junior Mining Showcase as well as... 

Manufacturer expands offering

26th January 2018 To fill a perceived gap between Japanese multinational manufacturing corporation Komatsu’s PC600 and PC850 ranges of excavators, the company launched its PC700LC-8R SE (PC700) excavator in December last year, after consulting with many operators engaged in the global mining industry.  

Gold sponsor to exhibit latest tech and services

26th January 2018 Capital equipment giant Caterpillar says it is focused on optimising operations – whether surface or underground, large or small – and resolving the issues critical to their success, and will present its technologies and services at the 2018 Investing in African Mining Indaba, in Cape Town.  

Corporation to strengthen partnerships at Indaba

By: Marleny Arnoldi     26th January 2018 State-owned financial services provider Export Credit Insurance Corporation (ECIC) is keen to deepen partnerships with South African exporters who offer their capital goods and services in international and emerging markets, including in Africa.  

Exhibitor cautiously optimistic about 2018

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 Analytical services provider African Mineral Standards (AMIS) – a subsidiary of JSE-listed industrial group Torre Industries – is a producer of mineral certified reference materials (CRMs) and has a core focus on analytical services related to mining and exploration, which they will exhibit at... 

Water lab services in demand

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 Isando-based analytical laboratory Set Point Laboratories – a subsidiary of industrial group Torre Industries – has seen an increased number of enquiries and work for its water laboratory division over the past 12 months, says Set Point senior analyst Moses Lelaka. The increased demand for the... 

Upgraded condition monitoring app launched

By: Nadine James     26th January 2018 Condition monitoring specialists WearCheck launched an updated version of their condition-monitoring application (app) last month. The app was first launched mid-2017. The app provides WearCheck customers with instantaneous mobile access to their condition-monitoring data – which provides... 

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