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Ramaphosa moves to revitalise mining, create certainty

By: Martin Creamer     21st September 2018 It is imperative that South Africa restores investment and exploration levels in the mining sector as mining and mineral beneficiation activities have significant potential to drive long term growth, exports and job growth, President Cyril Ramaphosa said in his economic stimulus and recovery plan... 

Focus turns to nonexplosives-based rock breaking as quest for safer, more-efficient mining intensifies

By: Dylan Slater     21st September 2018 The South African mining industry, once the backbone of economic growth, intensive job creation and development, is declining constantly, owing to the slow rates of research and development into newer, safer, modernised, mechanised and continuous mining methods. A key pillar of improving mining... 

Focus turns to nonexplosives-based rock breaking as quest for safer, more-efficient mining intensifies

By: Dylan Slater     21st September 2018 The South African mining industry, once the backbone of economic growth, intensive job creation and development, is declining constantly, owing to the slow rates of research and development into newer, safer, modernised, mechanised and continuous mining methods. A key pillar of improving mining... 

India working on mechanism to check gold imports without customs duty hike

By: Ajoy K Das     19th September 2018 The Indian government is mulling measures to curb gold imports without having to increase import duties to rein in its rising current account deficit and rapidly depreciating rupee. Sources say that increasing import duty on gold to 12% or 13% from the current rate of 10% will be the last option... 

At the heart of innovation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th September 2018 At the leading-edge in products and processes, Noberasco has chosen Markem-Imaje as its printing partner. SmartDate X60 printers are operating on the lines of the new site of Carcare, ensuring quality and reliability. Strong points include the benefits of SMILE long-term leasing and... 

Imilingo making strides at Electra Mining 2018

17th September 2018 As the final day of Electra Mining Africa 2018 themed ‘Diversity Day’ drew to  a close, the Imilingo Mineral Processing team were upbeat about their diversified Electra experience. “We came into this with a great deal of enthusiasm and it hasn't disappointed in terms of our overall objectives to... 

Top platinum mines keep digging even as price at decade low 

By: Bloomberg     14th September 2018 Platinum prices are languishing near the lowest in a decade, but the biggest miners are barely cutting production. Although about half of South African output is estimated to be unprofitable, few companies are reducing production by a meaningful amount, with top supplier Anglo American Platinum... 

Zambia’s operational investment spikes

By: Paige Müller     14th September 2018 A positive shift in Zambia’s copper and cobalt mining industries has resulted in an increase in much-needed operational investments by major mining houses, says mining, bulk materials handling and minerals processing equipment and systems supplier TAKRAF Africa. TAKRAF Africa regional sales... 

Strong new collaboration with governments of South Africa, Zimbabwe – Implats 

By: Martin Creamer     13th September 2018 Platinum mining company Impala Platinum (Implats), which is collaborating closely with the South African government to preserve jobs at the heavily lossmaking Impala Rustenburg operation, is also working in very close cooperation with the government of Zimbabwe, where it has secured major tax... 

Sandvik 

13th September 2018 Sandvik is a high-tech and global engineering group offering advanced products and services that enhance customer productivity, profitability and safety. 

Implats reports after-tax loss on impairments

By: Martin Creamer     13th September 2018 Platinum mining company Impala Platinum (Implats) on Thursday reported improved gross profit of R1.6-billion but an after-tax loss on impairments. Impairments of R13.6-billion, mainly due to the restructuring of Impala Rustenburg, resulted in an after-tax loss of R10.8-billion. 

Barrick to eliminate innovation role under decentralisation

By: Reuters     13th September 2018 Barrick Gold Corp will eliminate the executive role of chief innovation officer (CIO) as part of a broad decentralization push, the company said on Wednesday, adding that it will continue to work on innovation and productivity improvements. Barrick did not officially announce the change, which... 

Maizey Engineering Plastics  

12th September 2018 Maizey Engineering Plastics (Pty) Ltd is the largest, independently owned supplier of Engineering & Industrial Plastics and Machined Components, in Southern Africa. Our products are used in diverse industries ranging from mining, water, safety, chemical, transportation, architectural construction... 

Netstar introduces mine fleet safety solution

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th September 2018 Telecommunications and information technology company Allied Electronics Corporation’s Netstar subsidiary has developed a unique and fully compliant solution that helps mitigate accidents in mine fleets. “Ensuring safe working conditions for the mining sector is a challenge, particularly when... 

Dana’s growth buoyed by Brevini technology

7th September 2018 Sporting its new company colours after acquiring the power-transmission and fluid power businesses of Brevini Group early last year, Dana Incorporated is keen to show the world all it has to offer at this year’s Electra Mining Africa. Taking full advantage of the benefits that the acquisition... 

Welding supplier to launch several new products at trade expo

4th September 2018 Welding equipment supplier PTS Welding & Industrial Supplies is launching a new range of innovative welding, cutting and gas products and services for the mining and fabrication industries at this year’s Electra Mining show. PTS Welding & Industrial Supplies MD Paul Stolarczyk says that clients... 

De Beers will allow buyers to reject cheap diamonds

By: Bloomberg     4th September 2018 De Beers is allowing its diamond buyers to refuse some lower-quality stones at its sale this week, according to people familiar with the situation. It’s a rare move by De Beers, which is famous for requiring buyers to take what’s offered, and highlights the weak state of the low-end diamond... 

Shanta starts Illunga decline development ahead of schedule

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd September 2018 Development of the Illunga underground decline at Aim-listed Shanta Gold’s New Luika gold mine, in Tanzania, has started three months ahead of schedule, with first ore expected in mid-2019. "We will shortly have three active sources of high-grade ore following the start of underground... 

Uranium set for best run since 2014 as miners buy after halts

By: Bloomberg     31st August 2018 Uranium is heading for its longest run of monthly gains since November 2014 as global supply tightens after mine closures and as producers and investors boost purchases in the spot market. Spot uranium is up 2.1% this month, set for a fourth monthly advance, and has climbed more than 30% since... 

Lucapa Achieving “Sparkling”Diamond Success In Both Africa And Australia

29th August 2018 Diamond producer, ASX-listed Lucapa Diamond Company Limited (LOM) says the Company has begun to “shine bright” in the world of Special diamonds. The Company’s CEO and Managing Director, Mr Stephen Wetherall, told the first day today of the three day Paydirt Africa Down Under (ADU) mining... 

Castings heavyweight offers quality HCWI mill, ore chute lining solutions

28th August 2018 High chrome white irons (HCWI) are renowned in mining ore processing plants for their hard-wearing, abrasion-resistant qualities. They have proven ideal for highly durable mill liners and for protecting ore-chutes. 

Schauenburg Systems

27th August 2018 Schauenburg Systems, a member of Schauenburg International Group, is an original-equipment manufacturer of mine safety systems and equipment. The company offers the services of a system integrator with comprehensive turnkey solutions, including the full bouquet of multidisciplinary services and... 

Epiroc Control Tower – The digital mine in action

24th August 2018 The recently inaugurated Control Tower located in Epiroc facilities in Örebro, Sweden, is designed to be an innovation arena to collaborate around, and to explore and develop automation and information management solutions. The Control Tower is much more than a showroom – it is a part of the... 

Diamond industry’s confidence in XRT sorting growing

24th August 2018 X-ray transmission (XRT) technology has ushered in a new era for diamond recovery, with an increasing number of companies embracing the technology and scaling back on the use of conventional technologies, such as dense media separation, for the treatment of middle and coarse-sized material. “The... 

New design for the Mixtec EDICT system

24th August 2018 Industrial agitator manufacturer Mixtec will be showcasing its very own high-level mixer designs and cutting edge impeller designs at this year’s Electra Mining Africa. 

X-ray technology enabling real-time analysis of gold ore samples Down Under

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th August 2018 Australian gold explorers have been given the world-first option to access x-ray technology to detect and analyse unseen gold, cutting turnaround times significantly. The photon assay technology was developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) over a... 

Company awarded R100m in projects

24th August 2018 Engineering consultancy company WorleyParsons’ South African operations have recently experienced a surge in the Southern African platinum market, with a number of significant platinum projects to the combined value of almost R100-million currently under way in sub-Saharan Africa. “A renewed... 

X-ray technology enabling real-time analysis of gold ore samples Down Under

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     24th August 2018 Australian gold explorers have been given the world-first option to access x-ray technology to detect and analyse unseen gold, cutting turnaround times significantly. The photon assay technology was developed by the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) over a... 

Klingspor Abrasives SA

23rd August 2018 Klingspor Abrasives is a manufacturer of the highest quality industrial sanding and grinding products. Their history is a long one which dates back over 100 years. KLINGSPOR originated in Germany where it is still one of the world’s largest and most respected abrasive manufacturers making some of... 

Trump proposes unwinding Obama's coal-plant pollution curbs

By: Bloomberg     21st August 2018 President Donald Trump’s administration on Tuesday unveiled its plan to dramatically weaken carbon dioxide limits on coal-fired power plants by shifting most of the regulatory burden to states in a further assault on the Obama climate legacy. The Environmental Protection Agency’s "Affordable... 

BEKA Schréder Launches World First App

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th August 2018 BEKA Schréder is excited to announce the launch of its Augmented Reality (AR) App, a first in the world with street lighting applications. It offers an arsenal of scaled and accurately detailed products in the palm of your hands. BEKA Schréder’s App is the first in the world to use augmented... 

Humiliated for years, women are fighting back in mines of Chile

By: Bloomberg     8th August 2018 he first time Karen Requena entered the cafeteria at BHP Billiton’s massive Escondida mining operation in northern Chile, she couldn’t help feeling countless eyes fixed on her body as she walked across the vast hall. “It can’t get worse than that,” she thought. Then as Requena looked for a place... 

Weir Minerals announces its innovative IIoT platform Synertrex®

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 Weir Minerals is excited to announce the global launch of Synertrex®, its advanced IIoT technology which is set to transform the mining industry. Complementing Weir Minerals’ existing portfolio of mining equipment, the Synertrex® platform is now available globally. Delivering an advanced level of... 

Copper supply woes on show with No. 2 mine output to halve

By: Bloomberg     6th August 2018 A battle over the world’s second-largest copper mine has dogged Freeport-McMoRan shareholders for more than a year. Now it may be the turn of the copper market. Production at Grasberg in Indonesia will fall by more than half next year as its giant pits transition to underground operations,... 

Implats’ R2.7bn cut of 13 000 jobs, five shafts, 230 000 oz, evokes Minister’s rebuke 

By: Martin Creamer     2nd August 2018 The drastic R2.7-billion restructure of the Impala Rustenburg mine, involving the loss of 13 000 jobs, the closure of five shafts and cutting of 230 000 oz out of yearly platinum production, has evoked a strong rebuke from the Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe, who has accused Impala... 

New graphite factory bolsters mining, foundry product offerings

By: Schalk Burger     2nd August 2018 A new graphite facility, Graphite Freezeline Solutions, was opened last month on industrial engineering firm Thos Begbie’s manufacturing campus, in Middelburg. It will reduce the time to manufacture products that include graphite components, especially for the mining and foundry industry, says... 

AMSA studies new Vanderbijl electric arc furnace as it moves to restart Vereeniging mill 

By: Terence Creamer     1st August 2018 Steel producer ArcelorMittal South Africa (AMSA), which announced its first interim profit in six years and may be on track to deliver its first full year profit since 2010, has initiated a study for the construction of a new electric arc furnace (EAF) at its Vanderbijlpark mill and has also... 

Brazil mining reforms stalled by impasse over new agency

By: Reuters     29th July 2018 A new Brazilian mining regulator created last year to cut red tape and attract foreign investment has still not gotten out of the blocks, with experts warning that the agency will be stalled at least through the October election and perhaps until 2019. Miners say major investments are hanging in... 

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