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Indonesia issues new tax rules as Freeport seeks fiscal guarantee

By: Reuters     8th August 2018 Indonesia's president has issued new tax regulations aimed at providing clarity for mining companies shifting their current contracts to special mining permits, in a move that could help cement a $3.9 billion deal with Freeport McMoran Inc. Freeport last month signed a heads of agreement to sell... 

ALCORE gets global licence for technology

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th August 2018 ASX-listed Australian Bauxite has told shareholders that its ALCORE subsidiary would have the global licence rights for bauxite refining using the ALCORE technology. The global licence will allow ALCORE to build multiple plants in any location to meet the growing demand for aluminium fluoride... 

Free-to-attend seminars to share latest industry insights

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd August 2018 Taking place from 10-14 September at the Expo Centre in Nasrec, Johannesburg, visitors to this year’s Electra Mining Africa will not only have the potential of engaging with 900+ exhibitors across the inside halls and outside exhibit areas, they will also have the opportunity to attend daily... 

S African company supplies four hoppers to Kenyan port

By: Halima Frost     3rd August 2018 South Africa-based equipment supplier BLTWORLD has assisted in supplying four materials handling specialist SAMSON Eco-Hoppers to the Kenyan Port of Mombasa, in June this year. Acquiring the hoppers is part of the Mombasa Resilient Infrastructure Programme (MRIP) initiative by the Kenya Ports... 

CDE and YTL promote manufactured sand as the construction material of the future

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 Batu Tiga Quarry Sdn Bhd, YTL Corporation Berhad's quarry division, operates 15 quarry sites with 25 crushing and screening plants in Peninsular Malaysia, producing more than 21 million tonnes of quarry products per year. The division produces various sizes of quarry products including 20mm,... 

Canada to soften carbon tax as firms fret about US competition

By: Reuters     2nd August 2018 Canada will soften the impact of a planned carbon tax on major emitters of greenhouse gases after businesses complained it would make them less competitive with the United States, officials said on Wednesday. The move underlines the challenges facing Canada as it tries to deal with Washington... 

Lack of investment stymies SA coal producers

By: Nadine James     27th July 2018 A lack of investment is hindering the South African coal industry’s ability to capitalise on a period of relatively stable demand for thermal and metallurgical coal locally and abroad, says XMP Consulting senior coal analyst Xavier Prevost. The local coal industry is experiencing a challenging... 

Lack of investment stymies SA coal producers

By: Nadine James     27th July 2018 A lack of investment is hindering the South African coal industry’s ability to capitalise on a period of relatively stable demand for thermal and metallurgical coal locally and abroad, says XMP Consulting senior coal analyst Xavier Prevost. The local coal industry is experiencing a challenging... 

AfriSam offers ‘mine-ready’ concrete, technical expertise

By: Melissa Zisengwe     20th July 2018 As many built structures in the mining environment require the use of aggregates, cement and concrete, leading construction materials supplier AfriSam can collaborate with contractors and mines to design and provide specialist concrete mixes. In addition to offering customised concrete for the... 

Coal to remain a significant energy source for decades – WCA

By: Nadine James     13th July 2018 Coal will remain a vital growth enabler and source of energy for decades to come, says World Coal Association CEO Benjamin Sporton. He notes that demand for coal will remain stable to positive, as a result of increased industrialisation and electrification, especially in Africa and South-East Asia. 

Shanta three months ahead of plan to reduce costs

By: Simone Liedtke     10th July 2018 East Africa-focused gold miner Shanta Gold is three months ahead of its plan to reduce costs by $7-million on an annualised basis. Since announcing its target to reduce annualised costs by a further $2-million in January, the Aim-listed company has achieved an additional $2.1-million of recurring... 

Victoria aims to kick-start mining boom with A$15m exploration grant

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     27th June 2018 The Victorian government has freed up a further A$5.5-million under its A$15-million TARGET Mineral Exploration Initiative, to encourage investment in the region. Resources Minister Tim Pallas said on Wednesday that the co-funded grants would be available to 11 exploration licence holders. 

Expansion strategy advances local company

By: Paige Müller     22nd June 2018 Amid a shrinking South African mining market, Vereeniging-based furnaces and industrial services provider Dickinson Group of Companies states that an extensive focus on extending its service offerings to the international market has been a key strategic success that has insulated the company... 

Stanmore extends Isaac Plains with Peabody deposit buy

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     12th June 2018 Coal miner Stanmore Coal has struck a A$30-million deal with Peabody Australia to acquire the Wotong South coking coal deposit, which is located adjacent to Stanmore’s Isaac Plains project, in Queensland. In addition to the A$30-million cash price, Stanmore has also agreed to a production-based... 

Botswana coal miner sees opportunity in regional shortages

By: Bloomberg     11th June 2018 Botswana’s sole operating coal mine will increase output almost threefold within seven years as it eyes export opportunities created by a shortage of the fuel that’s used to fire most of southern Africa’s power plants. Morupule Coal Mine in the east of the country will ramp up annual production... 

Mining, industrial contracts for ELB in SA and abroad

By: Nadine James     1st June 2018 ELB Engineering Services (ELB) announced last week that it had been awarded the drying system for the M.V. Grand Banks life extension project for marine mining company De Beers Marine. Additionally, the company noted that it had completed train loading station (TLS) and stacker projects for the... 

Wampex 2018 opens with a record number of visitors, including Ghana's President

31st May 2018 Day 1 of West Africa's Premier mining & power event enjoyed a successful opening and His Excellency the President of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo arrived as the doors opened supported by senior government officials for an exciting day 

Indian govt order on preferential allotment skews coal distribution

By: Ajoy K Das     28th May 2018 The Indian government has directed coal companies to make preferential allotment of coal to government-owned thermal power companies, skewing distribution of dry fuel to the detriment of other industries, like cement, steel and captive power plants. The government order from the Coal Ministry to... 

Maatla on track for coal project take-off

By: Melissa Zisengwe     25th May 2018 Coal and energy company Maatla Energy remains on track to start site establishment and construction activities later this year, and production in 2019 at the company’s Mmamabula coal mine, in Botswana. Following the approval of an environmental-impact assessment (EIA) last month, Maatla... 

ELB Continues To Provide Know How Solutions To Multiple Sectors

24th May 2018 ELB announces the award of Debmarine-M.V. Grand Banks and completes Assmang’s Black Rock Projects, the Sack Tipping Unit for Unilever Nigeria and Colleen Bawn Clinker Loading in Zimbabwe ELB Engineering Services (ELB) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the drying system for the M.V.... 

Independence takes greater stake in Orion

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th May 2018 Diversified metals miner Independence Group has taken a bigger stake in South Africa-focused explorer Orion Minerals, increasing its shareholding from 4.2% to 11.1%. Independence will subscribe for A$5-million worth of Orion shares, priced at 5c each, with the two companies also entering into a... 

Norway postpones decision on carbon capture plant, drops Yara

By: Reuters     15th May 2018 Norway postponed a final decision on whether to go ahead with a project to develop Europe's first industrial carbon capture and offshore storage (CCS) project, after dropping one of its participants, Yara International . The government said on Tuesday that fertiliser maker Yara's site, one of... 

thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa

11th May 2018 Diversified industrial group thyssenkrupp has extensive experience in materials handling and minerals processing circuits, and the service support of its own manufactured equipment. A fully owned subsidiary of thyssenkrupp, headquartered in Essen, Germany, thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South... 

TLT MechCaL & TLT ACTOM Become TLT-Turbo Africa

3rd May 2018 Local ventilation specialists, TLT MechCaL and TLT ACTOM have announced the launch of a combined TLT-Turbo Africa brand that will offer clients across the African continent the combined expertise and innovation of these two industry leading firms. TLT MechCaL and TLT ACTOM will now be known as a... 

Maatla Energy gets enviro approval for Botswana mine

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th April 2018 Coal and energy company Maatla Energy’s subsidiary, Maatla Resources, has received approval for the environmental-impact assessment (EIA) for its Mmamabula export coal mine, in Botswana.  

Mayur shakes the tin for exploration work

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th April 2018 Diversified junior Mayur Resources has raised A$7.8-million in a share placement to professional and sophisticated investors. The company will place 9.75-million chess depository interests to both new and existing shareholders, at a price of 80c each, under its existing placement capacity. 

Millennium advances sulphide expansion plans

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     5th April 2018 Gold miner Millennium Minerals has revealed that the expansion of its Nullagine gold project, to process the sulphide mineral resource, would require a capital investment of A$15-million. The company has completed a key component of the sulphide resource expansion feasibility study for the... 

Prospect and Sinomine cement Zim lithium project agreement

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     4th April 2018 Gold and lithium developer Prospect Resources has cemented an agreement with Hong Kong-listed Sinomine Resources Exploration, which will see the development of the Arcadia lithium project, in Zimbabwe. The two companies in November inked a conditional placement and framework agreement under... 

Indian sand mining framework suggest ‘manufactured sand’ and imports to bridge supply gap

By: Ajoy K Das     29th March 2018 Indian demand for sand, categorised as a ‘minor mineral’, has been estimated at about 700-million tons a year and is growing by 6% to 7% a year, according to a Sand Mining Framework document of the Mines Ministry. The document; however, does not give any estimation of supplies, but acknowledges a... 

Provider ensures sustainability in CO2-intensive industry

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     23rd March 2018 With a high carbon footprint characterising the global cement industry, supplier of construction materials and technical solutions AfriSam is continuously advancing sustainable practices to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in mining operations and cement manufacturing processes, and has... 

The First International Day Dedicated To Recycling.

22nd March 2018 Focusing on the increasing unsustainable consumption of our planet's natural resources and the economic and environmental savings  that companies and nature can achieve. Recycling: the seventh and most important resource in the world. A need to meet other needs, without turning to natural... 

Roads agency intensifies mining-sector engagement

By: Nadine James     9th March 2018 Following its successful participation at the 2018 Investing in African Mining Indaba, the Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) hosted a stakeholder engagement and fundraising session with the mining industry in the Sekhukhune district municipality last month at Lapeng Guest Lodge in Burgersfort, Limpopo.... 

Gavin Kirstein has been appointed Tsubaki product manager for BMG.

8th March 2018 Lindy Morton Festivitas As part of BMG’s Power Transmission division, Kirstein will focus mainly on Tsubaki engineered class chain, bucket elevators, cam clutches and backstop products, used in heavy and large scale industries. 

thyssenkrupp committed to strengthening partnerships and driving industrialisation processes in Africa

5th March 2018 thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions is proud of its time-honoured history as a leading partner of engineering, equipment, technology, plant and service solutions to mining, cement, chemical, fertilizer and oil & gas industries across the African continent.  In a bid to further strengthen its... 

Coal India output, sales rise as power plants rebuild stockpiles

By: Bloomberg     2nd March 2018 Coal India Limited's shipments rose 4.8% from a year ago and output increased for a seventh straight month as power plants bought up fuel to replenish stockpiles and meet increasing demand for electricity. Sales totaled 49.97-million metric tons in February, according to a stock exchange filing... 

FLSmidth concludes acquisition of remaining part of Sandvik Mining Systems

1st March 2018 With the transfer of assets in South Africa now completed, the previously announced acquisition of the Sandvik Mining Systems projects business has been finalised. The acquisition includes continuous surface mining and minerals handling technologies and competences that strengthen the company's... 

India sets deadline for commercial coal block auctions

By: Ajoy K Das     26th February 2018 Close on the heels of opening up commercial coal mining for private investors last week, the Indian government has set a 2019 deadline for completing the auction process. While government officials remain tightlipped about the number of coal blocks that will be up for auction in the first... 

PFS outlines 'compelling case' for Pilgangoora expansion – Pilbara

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     13th February 2018 Australian lithium developer Pilbara Minerals has delivered a prefeasibility study (PFS) for its flagship 100%-owned Pilgangoora lithium/tantalum project, in Western Australia. The company reported on Tuesday that the PFS outlined a "compelling business case" for the expanding the project to... 

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