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15/06/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer Billions of rands are expected to be generated from the iron in an old waste dump in Limpopo province; The Defence Force of Finland is buying more armoured cars from South Africa; and Eskom is confident that it will be able to spend at a rate of R65-billion a year for the next six years. 

08/06/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer Diamond giant De Beers will decide in two months whether or not to spend R17-billion on expanding its Venetia mine in Limpopo province; a small black-run diamond-cutting operation is proving that local diamond beneficiation is profitable; and a South African biotechnology firm has obtained... 

01/06/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer A new fluorspar start-up is the third mining company to nail its beneficiation colours firmly to its business mast; An Australian company is preparing to mine phosphates off Namibia’s ocean floor; and US legislators have visited Sasol’s mines in South Africa to view new life-saving technology for... 

18/05/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer The great China-led economic supercycle that has been boosting global economies for a decade appears to be coming to an end; he South African Navy is now allowed to operate in Tanzanian and Mozambican waters to stop piracy. 

11/05/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer Yet another black-controlled manganese mine is being built in South Africa’s richly endowed Kalahari Manganese Basin; The first major step has now been taken towards the realisation of an ambitious new South African dream – the local manufacture of fuel cells; and the State is back in steel... 

04/05/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer New US company Planetary Resources wants to mine platinum in outer space, and plans an initial space launch in the next 24 months; another African country is auctioning its mining riches rather than giving them away on a first come, first served basis; South African defence products are... 

27/04/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer Prehistoric worms found deep in a Free State gold mine may hold the key to South Africa’s acid mine water problem; South Africans have been appointed to advise the government of Cameroon on the development of its mining industry; and the Gautrain Management Agency is studying the economic... 

20/04/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer South Africans are spearheading a new mining thrust in bauxite-rich West Africa; Gold is supplying a missing piece in South Africa’s quest to regrow its industrialisation base; and Eskom intends taking the power of the sun to a new level in South Africa’s scorching hot Northern Cape.  

13/04/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer Durban’s new ‘dig-out’ port will test Transnet’s new private-sector participation scheme; South Africa’s inadequate commodity railway network is in line for a R100-billion boost; and South Africa is losing engineers to other countries because of the lack of project work in this country. 

06/04/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer South Africa’s State-owned Industrial Development Corporation is investing billions of rands in the platinum industry; The Department of Trade and Industry is going all out to boost South Africa’s struggling manufacturing sector. Here is another one, and Indian and South African companies have... 

30/03/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer Job-hungry Canada is luring South African investors with billion rand loans and cheap clean electricity, Wits University is responding to South Africa’s technical needs with strong new research thrust, The Brazilian Air Force has signed an aerospace deal with South Africa’s CSIR. 

23/03/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer South African banks are being engaged to fund Liberia’s first commercial gold mine; Official bungling is preventing fully trained South African electricians from proving that they are fully qualified; and South Africa and the brand new ice-breaker ship due to arrive here in this country from... 

16/03/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer the South African government has been going all out to ensure that platinum company Implats is being fairly treated by the government of Zimbabwe; South Africa wants to take a leaf out of Canada’s book to save its ferrochrome business from collapse; and South Africa’s Sasol is taking steps to... 

09/03/2012 (On-The-Air)

By: Martin Creamer The world’s first flying car is to go on display in New York next month; South Africa’s once-booming ferrochrome industry, which employs 200 000 people, is suddenly under serious threat from China; and Resource rent. That’s the name of the new tax game confronting South Africa’s mining industry. 

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