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Tantahuatay mine, Peru

By: Thabi Madiba     15th December 2017 A gold and silver mine located in the districts of Hualgayoc and Chugur, in Cajamarca, Peru. 

Activated carbon producer to aid tailings processing

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th December 2017 Activated carbon manufacturer Rotocarb offers tailings retreatment plants in the mining industry a solution for their water-intensive processing and wastewater treatment operations that uses local raw material, technology and deployment to produce activated carbon, which is critical in the... 

Company fills gap in market

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th December 2017 Platinum group metal (PGM) tailings reprocessing company Tailing Technology (Tailtech) is investigating the potential development of a tailings plant to add value to an existing operation owned by platinum miner Anglo American Platinum (Amplats).  

Canadian junior mining company makes progress in Northern Cape

     15th December 2017 Canadian junior mining company Tango Mining has made progress at its Oena diamond project, based in the Northern Cape in South Africa, appointing diamond recovery company Bluedust 7 as its mining contractor, which it announced in October. The contract will take place for a 60-month period, during... 

Underground mine plans for Karowe moving forward

     15th December 2017 The results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) announced by diamond miner Lucara Diamonds in November demonstrate the potential economic viability for the development of an underground mine at Karowe, in Botswana. The development of the underground mine is planned after the completion of... 

Company moves forward with tailings retreatment project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th December 2017 Aim-listed Goldplat PLC’s recovery operation in South Africa, Goldplat Recovery, will be investing in a tailings retreatment project during 2018, as its growth over the past decade has resulted in the operation accumulating a large tailings stock dam.  

Mines urged to leverage technology to supercharge human capital development

By: Nadine James     15th December 2017 Mining companies should leverage technology to spur employee development, aiding in the upskilling of staff while enhancing employee and resource management, says information technology services company Wipro Southern Africa. While mines have incrementally implemented technology into their... 

South Africa must find ways of resurrecting its most important industry

By: Martin Creamer     15th December 2017 South Africa is obsessed with trying to prolong its old mining assets without setting out determinedly to replace them with new ones. 

Electronic waste at new high, squandering gold, other metals – study

By: Reuters     14th December 2017 Electronic waste rose to a record 45-million tonnes worldwide in 2016, squandering valuable metals such as gold and copper since few trashed televisions, cellphones or other products get recycled, a UN-backed study showed on Wednesday. Rising incomes and falling prices for everything from solar... 

Liviero Mining Chooses Komatsu For Performance, Efficiency And Cost

     14th December 2017 Jan Steyn, Plant Director at Liviero Mining, was one of a number of executives from major South African mining and construction houses that recently returned from an intensive fact-finding visit to Komatsu headquarters in Japan. Liviero Mining is a subsidiary of the Liviero Group, widely... 

Paringa starts vertical construction of Poplar Grove preparation plant

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     13th December 2017 Vertical construction of a preparation plant at ASX-listed Paringa Resources’ Poplar Grove coal mine, in the Illinois basin, in Kentucky, has started with completion on track for the third quarter of 2018, the company reported on Wednesday. Initial internal equipment has been delivered, while... 

Lupaka upgrades Invicta road as a critical step towards imminent production

By: Henry Lazenby     12th December 2017 Peru-focused gold explorer and project developer Lupaka Gold has appointed a contractor to expand, enhance, and modify 27 km of road starting from the paved Huacho-Churin-Oyon highway, located at about 1 500 m above sea level, up to the Invicta project, located at about 3 500 m above sea level.... 

Gold Fields Ghana to dismiss 1 500 staff as contractor hired

By: Bloomberg     12th December 2017 Gold Fields’ unit in Ghana said it will dismiss 1 500 of its own staff as the company is hiring a contractor to operate its biggest mine in the West African nation. A contractor will take charge of the Tarkwa operations from early 2018 as the deposit’s remaining life span is too short to replace... 

Berkeley selects mining and construction contractors for Salamanca mine

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th December 2017 Dual-listed Berkeley Energia expects to pour concrete at its fully-funded Salamanca mine, in western Spain, in the new year, the company said on Tuesday, as it announced the award of major contracts for the uranium mine. The company said that Sanchez y Lago, one of Spain’s major construction... 

Orion eyes early mining using existing Prieska infrastructure

By: Natasha Odendaal     12th December 2017 Dual-listed Orion Minerals has initiated investigations into the early mining of potentially significant remnant zinc/copper mineralisation within accessible areas of existing mine infrastructure of the historic Prieska mine, in the Northern Cape. Orion is evaluating potential sulphide... 

Kasbah to revise plans for Morocco tin project

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th December 2017 ASX-listed Kasbah Resources will revise its definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the Achmmach tin project, in Morocco, after having identified several project optimisation opportunities that have the potential to materially improve the project and reduce risk. These opportunities mainly relate... 

Avesoro set to acquire $17.1m in heavy mining equipment

By: Natasha Odendaal     12th December 2017 TSX- and Aim-listed Avesoro Resources’ Bea Mountain Mining subsidiary has entered into finance agreements to acquire $17.1-million in heavy mining and additional auxiliary equipment for New Liberty gold mine, in Liberia. The equipment finance facility agreements with Mapa İnşaat ve Ticaret AŞ... 

Survey Says: More Oil Producers Moving Toward a Risk-based Approach for Asset Life Extension

     12th December 2017 Producers have discovered that a risk-based inspection approach can cut costs if it’s implemented properly, says an OGIQ survey. Now, it’s a matter of increasing the adoption rate. By Anne-Marie Walters 

Underground mining revival triggers equipment manufacturing investments

By: Ajoy K Das     8th December 2017 With green shoots emerging in the underground mining sector, a slew of Indian companies are looking to tap into opportunities by building new domestic underground equipment manufacturing capacity. For one, an Indian consortium of companies is resurrecting Mining and Allied Machinery Corporation... 

South African equipment company supplies iron-ore giant

     8th December 2017 South Africa-based process equipment sales and supply company MIP Process Technologies has landed a contract to supply equipment to global iron-ore giant Ehya Sepahan, which has operations in the Middle East, most notably Iran. Ehya Sepahan CEO Hadi Golzar and technical and planning manager... 

DRC event promises to be bigger, better in 2018

     8th December 2017 The third edition of the DRC Mining Week exhibition and conference in 2018 will welcome mining experts to a unique platform for the enhancement of mining investment and operations in the heart of mining hub the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The event is to be held in June, in Lubumbashi,... 

Galena Complex, US

By: Sheila Barradas     8th December 2017 A silver/copper/lead/zinc mine in Shoshone County, Idaho. 

Wuhlf Equipment

     8th December 2017 Started in 2005, South African heavy-duty equipment manufacturer, supplier and importer Wuhlf Equipment has supplied more than 2 000 pieces of equipment over the years. The company operates from its facility in Wallmansthal, Pretoria, where it will manufacture its recently launched 70 kW... 

AngloGold’s Tropicana JV commits to Long Island strategy

By: Mariaan Webb     7th December 2017 Joint venture (JV) partners AngloGold Ashanti and Independence Group have committed to the initial phase of the Long Island strategy, which will ultimately add 2.1-million ounces to the Tropicana mine’s business plan and will extend the operation’s mine life by seven years to 2027. The... 

NTPC to acquire stressed power assets, but sets domestic coal condition

By: Ajoy K Das     6th December 2017 Indian government-owned and -operated power producer NTPC has decided to acquire “stressed thermal power plants”, but only those that are equipped to use domestic coal as a feedstock. The country’s largest power utility, NTPC, will pursue inorganic growth by acquiring thermal power projects... 

Data workers prove a rare resource for Barrick, fellow miners

By: Reuters     6th December 2017 Barrick Gold, the world's biggest gold miner, is staking new ground in a dogged push to overhaul its operations, seeking scarce artificial intelligence experts to oversee projects using technology for everything from exploration to robot-run mining. But for an industry perceived as slow-moving... 

Eurasia plans to operate at least two openpits at West Kytlim in 2018

By: Mariaan Webb     5th December 2017 London-listed Eurasia Mining is considering bringing on board mining contractors to operate more than one openpit at the West Kytlim platinum and gold mine in the Ural mountains to mitigate the risk of a single operator. This comes as the contractor, RegionMetall, discontinued operations in... 

Cleveland-Cliffs launches two debt offerings to fund first hot briquetted iron plant

By: Henry Lazenby     5th December 2017 US iron-ore producer Cleveland-Cliffs has launched two debt offerings totalling $716-million to help fund its first hot briquetted iron (HBI) production plant – a $700-million expansion to Cliffs’ production capabilities targeting the electric arc furnace steel market. Based in Cleveland, Ohio,... 

Atalaya board approves €80.4m expansion in Spain

By: Mariaan Webb     4th December 2017 European mining and development company Atalaya Mining on Monday announced its decision to proceed with the 15-million-tonne-a-year expansion of its Proyecto Riotinto mine, in Spain. The €80.4-million expansion would upgrade processing facilities, including the installation of a new primary... 

Wuhlf ready to fill orders for its Africa-tough TLB

     4th December 2017 The new locally manufactured 70 kW 4 x 4 Skerpioen tractor loader backhoe (TLB) will provide businesses in Africa with an affordable, low-tech solution that is robust enough to withstand the harsh operating environment synonymous with the continent. After developing the machine for the past two... 

PNX appoints study manager for Hayes Creek project DFS

By: Natasha Odendaal     1st December 2017 ASX-listed PNX Metals has appointed engineering, consulting and contracting company GR Engineering Services as the study manager for the definitive feasibility study (DFS) of the Hayes Creek zinc/gold/silver project, in the Northern Territory. GR Engineering will be tasked with the process design... 

C$1.17m raised for Northern Ireland’s Omagh mine

By: Mariaan Webb     1st December 2017 The owner of Northern Ireland’s only producing gold mine has raised about C$1.17-million (or £682 859) in a private placement, which the company plans to use to accelerate underground development. TSX-V and Aim-listed Galantas Gold closed the private placement on Thursday for 16 655 099 common... 

Electric vehicle revolution a rare investment opportunity as metals demand spikes

By: Henry Lazenby     1st December 2017 The rate at which global automotive markets are adopting electric vehicles (EVs) is accelerating at a much faster pace than even some of the keenest market observers estimated at the start of 2017, and is opening up once- in-a-lifetime investment opportunities among the four key ‘energy metals’ –... 

Orcopampa mine, Peru

By: Thabi Madiba     1st December 2017 A gold and silver mine located in the Castilla mining district of Peru. 

Aiming to improve emergency preparedness

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     1st December 2017 Mpumalanga-based artisan and mining skills training centre Colliery Training College (CTC) is actively seeking more coal projects to contract the services of its Rescue Drill Unit (RDU) to improve the effectiveness of mines’ emergency preparedness procedures. “We encourage mines to contract us to... 

Pilot Crushtec launches modular solutions, increases service offering

By: Mia Breytenbach     1st December 2017 Crushing and screening specialists Pilot Crushtec International has launched two new products – the Pilot Modular MAXIscalp 600 and the Metso Nordplant C80 primary crushing station intended for use in modular configurations – at its 2017 Open Day last month.   The MAXIscalp 600 is the world’s... 

Alcohol abuse long-standing issue, drug abuse growing

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     1st December 2017 Growing drug and alcohol abuse at mines in South Africa is especially prevalent in newer mining areas, such as the North West, where living arrangements of the general workforce foster such behaviour, drug and alcohol testing equipment and accessories company Alco-Safe director Rhys Evans informs... 

Electric vehicle revolution a rare investment opportunity as metals demand spikes

By: Henry Lazenby     1st December 2017 The rate at which global auto markets are adopting electrically powered vehicles (EVs) is accelerating at a much faster pace than even some of the keenest market observers have estimated at the start of 2017, and is opening up once-in-a-lifetime investment opportunities among the four key ‘energy... 

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