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BlueRock resumes production at Kareevlei

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd June 2018 Aim-listed BlueRock Diamonds has resumed production at its Kareevlei mine, in Kimberley. The company had reported earlier this month that a fault had been identified in the cone crusher within the crushing circuit at the mine, which was negatively affecting throughput. 

BHP awards contract at newly approved South Flank

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     15th June 2018 Mining major BHP has awarded a A$260-million mining infrastructure works contract to ASX-listed Cimic, at the newly approved South Flank project, in Western Australia. BHP overnight approved the $3.4-billion South Flank project, which will replace production from the 80-million tonne a year... 

BHP approves $2.9bn capital expenditure for South Flank iron project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th June 2018 BHP has approved capital expenditure of $2.9-billion for the South Flank iron-ore project, in the central Pilbara, Western Australia. The project, in which BHP holds an 85% interest, will cost $3.4-billion to develop and will fully replace production from the 80-million-tonne a year Yandi mine,... 

BlueRock expects improved performance as it rectifies Kareevlei cone crusher issue

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th June 2018 Aim-listed BlueRock Diamonds and an independent engineering consultant have evaluated the crushing circuit at the Kareevlei mine, in Kimberley, in the Northern Cape.  

Patagonia’s Argentina mine produces 10 662 gold-equivalent ounces in Q1

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th June 2018 Aim-listed gold and silver miner Patagonia Gold’s Cap Oeste gold mine, in Argentina, produced 10 662 oz of gold equivalent at an average cash cost of $693/oz in the first quarter of the year.  

Technological advancements unlock midwater mining

By: Paige Müller     8th June 2018 Using effective, remote marine mining tools that can handle rugged and uneven midwater terrains has placed abundant midwater diamond deposits within reach of small-scale mining operations, says local diamond exploration company Mza Diamond Resources CEO Willem Steenkamp. He notes that geologists... 

Battery Minerals on track to produce graphite after raising A$20m

8th June 2018 Minerals explorer Battery Minerals is advancing its Montepuez graphite project in the north-west of Montepuez, Cabo Delgado, Mozambique following the latest fund-raising. The company has received financial commitments for A$20-million through a share placement at 6c a share. The proceeds will be... 

Second binding offtake highlights demand for graphite concentrate

8th June 2018 The external support for the Ancuabe graphite project in Cabo Delgado province, Mozambique in the form of a second binding offtake agreement signed last month, provides “strong” momentum for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC), financing and development objectives of the project,... 

Voro mine, Russia

By: Thabi Madiba     8th June 2018 A gold mine located about 370 km north of the regional centre of Ekaterinburg and 25 km south of the city of Krasnoturinsk, in Russia’s Sverdlovsk region. 

Patagonia Gold receives final $7.5m payment for Cose silver mine

By: Marleny Arnoldi     1st June 2018 Aim-listed gold and silver miner Patagonia Gold has received the second and final payment of $7.5-million from Pan American Silver Corporation, with regards to the sale of the high-grade silver Cap-Oeste Sur Este (Cose) project, in Argentina.  

Furnaces outperform industry expectations

By: Paige Müller     1st June 2018 Two custom built 81 MVA submerged arc alternating current (AC) furnaces – designed and supplied by South African process and engineering firm Metix to Malaysia-based joint venture smelting facility Sakura Ferroalloys – have outperformed industry expectations since the smelting facility’s... 

BlueRock raises £350 000 through placement

By: Anine Kilian     31st May 2018 Aim-listed BlueRock Diamonds has raised about £350 000 through the issue of 29.17-million ordinary shares at a price of 1.2p a share.     In addition to strengthening the balance sheet, the company will use the larger part of the proceeds to expedite the development of Pipe 1 at its Kareevlei... 

Botswana’s Karowe Mine – home to exceptional diamonds and the second largest diamond in history

30th May 2018 The Karowe Mine, located in northern Botswana, 22km south east of the Orapa Mine, which was discovered three years earlier in 1967 as the nation’s first diamond mine, is wholly owned by Lucara Diamond Corporation and has a remarkable success story in its first five years of production. Between... 

Ivanhoe installs new crusher at Kipushi mine

By: Anine Kilian     30th May 2018 Canadian exploration and development company Ivanhoe Mines has installed a large-capacity rock crusher 1 150 m below surface at its upgraded Kipushi zinc/copper/silver/germanium mine, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The crusher has a maximum capacity of 1 085 t/h. After the 54 t... 

African Sun Mining pursues opportunities at Junior Indaba

By: Donald Makhafola     25th May 2018 Owing to the current high prices of commodities, wholly black-owned, Pretoria-based opencast mining contractor African Sun Mining hopes to liaise with mining companies, which are prepared to start new projects, during this year’s Junior Indaba to be held from June 5 to 6 at the Johannesburg... 

AfriTin seeks to raise £5.5m in share placement

By: Marleny Arnoldi     23rd May 2018 Aim-listed tin development company AfriTin Mining hopes to raise £5.5-million in an accelerated bookbuild to fast-track the work programme at its flagship Uis mine, in Namibia.  

Comprehensive package facilitates fugitive dust management

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     18th May 2018 Fugitive dust emissions pose risks to mining companies, surrounding communities and the receiving environment, and require proper management to mitigate their effects, and environmental management company I-CAT is well poised to do so through its comprehensive solution offering. I-CAT... 

Vibrating screens in copper production process vitally important

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     18th May 2018 Copper plays an important role in technological advancements, and vibrating- and original-equipment manufacturer and supplier Kwatani is well positioned to take advantage of growing copper demand. “Kwatani offers customised vibrating screens and feeders to the mining industry; we don’t have a... 

Mayskoye mine, Russia

By: Thabi Madiba     18th May 2018 A gold mine located in the Chaunski district of the Chukotka Autonomous region, in Russia. 

Semafo hits 97% completion at Boungou, expects first gold by June

By: Henry Lazenby     17th May 2018 Montreal-based miner Semafo reports that construction of its $231-million Boungou mine, in Burkina Faso, is 97% complete. Commissioning of the process plant is under way, with the first ore scheduled to be introduced to the mill circuit by month-end, the West Africa-focused miner said on Thursday. 

Argonaut appeals La Colorada explosives suspension, reports hearing delay

By: Henry Lazenby     17th May 2018 The TSX-listed equity of gold producer Argonaut Gold traded lower on Thursday after it announced that it has appealed an April Mexican court decision that suspended its explosives permit for the La Colorada mine. The company has appealed the original Judiciary Court decision to temporarily... 

Battery Minerals raises A$20m for Montepuez

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     17th May 2018 ASX-listed junior Battery Minerals will raise A$20-million through a share placement to continue building its Montepuez graphite project, in Mozambique. The company on Thursday announced that about 333.33-million shares would be issued at 6c each to institutional and professional investors.  

Short spell of mining hope dashed – Lorimer

By: Martin Creamer     16th May 2018 The short spell of hope for South Africa’s beleaguered mining sector, which burst forth with the election of Cyril Ramaphosa as President, has been dashed, Shadow Mineral Resources Minister James Lorimer said during the mineral resources budget debate. Applying the ‘learning nothing and... 

Pilgangoora starts ore commissioning

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     15th May 2018 The Pilgangoora lithium project, in Western Australia, is set to deliver its first concentrate by the end of June, with ASX-listed Pilbara Minerals reporting that ore commissioning has started at the crushing facilities. In parallel with the start of load commissioning of the crusher,... 

Careful process consideration, augmentation delays Elandsfontein phosphate mine

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th May 2018 Investment company African Rainbow Capital on Wednesday announced delays to its 25%-owned Elandsfontein phosphate mine.  

Tahoe breathes sigh of relief as La Arena strike settles; Escobal remains shuttered

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd May 2018 TSX- and NYSE-quoted Canadian precious metals producer Tahoe Resources expects operations at its La Arena mine, in Peru, to return to normal within 48 hours, following a wildcat strike by about 65% of the mine's workforce that started on April 22. The good news was enough to give the TSX-listed... 

Browns Range starts commissioning

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     2nd May 2018 Commissioning of the Browns Range heavy rare earths pilot plant project, in Western Australia, has started with the successful commissioning of the crushing circuit. ASX-listed Northern Minerals said on Wednesday that the final component to the crushing circuit was delivered on site in April. 

Wolf achieves ‘encouraging’ Q1 at UK tungsten mine

By: Schalk Burger     30th April 2018 A focus on recovery at the Drakelands tungsten project in Devon, in the UK, and the increase in the tungsten price bolstered Aim-listed specialist metals miner Wolf Minerals during the quarter ended March 31. “It is a very encouraging start to 2018, with the improvements to the gravity fines... 

Tulkubash feasibility study supports Chaarat gold project, significant exploration planned

By: Schalk Burger     30th April 2018 A feasibility study on Aim-listed Chaarat Gold’s Tulkubash oxide gold project, in Kyrgyz Republic, Central Asia, indicated a 3.75 year mine life, with 16-million tonnes of reserves at an average grade of 0.91 g/t gold. However, ongoing exploration will be carried out in parallel with the project... 

MGX looking forward to booking first revenue by Oct as commercial petrolithium plants deploy

By: Henry Lazenby     28th April 2018 Budding energy metals producer MGX Minerals is looking forward to generating its first revenues later this year as the first commercial petrolithium extraction systems deploy to sites in Utah and Alberta. “It’s a liability until it becomes an asset,” president and CEO Jared Lazerson says of the... 

Goldplat increases gold equivalent sales

By: Nadine James     24th April 2018 Aim-listed Goldplat sold and transferred 28 534 gold-equivalent ounces during the nine months ended March 31, compared with the 27 714 oz sold and transferred in the nine months to March 31, 2017. Gold-equivalent production for the nine months under review, however, decreased to 27 212 oz,... 

Commissioning starts at Browns Range pilot

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th April 2018 Commissioning of the Browns Range crushing circuit has now started, heavy rare earths developer Northern Minerals reported on Tuesday. The commissioning of the crusher circuit was the first phase of the commissioning for the Browns Range project, in Western Australia, with the pilot plant... 

Semafo’s Boungou mine 91% complete

By: Henry Lazenby     19th April 2018 Montreal-based miner Semafo reported on Thursday that construction of the Burkina Faso-based Boungou mine, in Burkina Faso, is 91% complete, and 10% of the equipment has already been commissioned. Commissioning exercises started in February, focusing first on the crushing circuit equipment and... 

Drilling continues at Kodal’s Bougouni project

By: Anine Kilian     19th April 2018 Aim-listed Kodal Minerals plans to continue reverse circulation drilling on its Mali-based Bougouni lithium project until the start of the rainy season in June/ July. "We are continuing with the major exploration and definition programme at Bougouni, with multiple key activities happening in... 

Home-Grown, World Class Mine Winder Manufacture

16th April 2018 So well regarded is Parnis Manufacturing’s reputation in manufacturing and refurbishing mine winders, that the company recently delivered a 23 tonne, 3 metre single drum winder to a gold mining company in Canada. The unit will be used as a man winder and service hoist, and will be used to reach a... 

Semafo’s Boungou mine nearing completion

13th April 2018 West-Africa-focused gold miner and regional explorer Semafo’s Boungou gold mine, in Burkina Faso, is more than 87% complete, with the first gold pouring scheduled for the third quarter of 2018. The Boungou gold mine, located on a high-grade gold deposit in the Est region in southeastern Burkina... 

Galileo upbeat on Star Zinc potential

By: Simone Liedtke     10th April 2018 Resource and development company Galileo Resources on Tuesday announced positive results from a further seven diamond drill holes (DDHs) from its current drilling programme on the Star Zinc project, in Zambia, in which the company has an 85% interest. The results include three DDHs showing... 

Avesoro achieves record production at Liberia, Burkina Faso mines in March quarter

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th April 2018 West African gold producer Avesoro Resources achieved record production at its New Liberty gold mine, in Liberia, and its Youga and Balogo gold mines, in Burkina Faso, in the quarter ended March 31. 

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