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On-The-Air (06/07/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     6th July 2018 Black-controlled mining company Exxaro has hit the high spots with the introduction of South Africa’s first ‘smart’ mine. A strongly black-empowered mining company is taking steps to raise money in London for its modern new phosphates operation in the Western Cape. The Bafokeng community is... 

Kropz eyeing dual listing

By: Martin Creamer     4th July 2018 Emerging plant nutrient producer Kropz is eyeing a dual listing on the Johannesburg Securities Exchange in addition to seeking admission to trade on the Aim in London, where it intends raising equity capital to fund the completion of its advanced-stage phosphates project in South Africa, cut debt... 

Kropz clinches offtake from phosphates project

By: Martin Creamer     21st May 2018 Plant nutrient minerals development company Kropz, which is developing the Elandfontein phosphates mining and processing project in the Western Cape, has secured several offtake agreements ahead of production. The cornerstone offtake agreement, for about a third of its production at market prices... 

Omnia files contempt of court case at Foskor over contentious phosphoric acid pricing  

By: Dylan Slater     8th December 2017 Diversified chemicals producer Omnia has filed a contempt of court case against phosphates and phosphoric acid producer Foskor over the alleged breaching of a court order by the Competition Tribunal 

Desalination helps South32’s KZN aluminium smelter beat water woes

By: David Oliveira     9th December 2016 To ensure sustainable operations in drought-stricken Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, diversified miner South32 has invested R74-million in a seawater desalination plant that uses membrane technology to produce cooling process water for its Hillside aluminium smelter. The diversified miner appointed... 

Desalination helps South32’s KZN aluminium smelter beat water woes

By: David Oliveira     9th December 2016 To ensure sustainable operations in drought sticken Richards Bay, KwaZulu-Natal, diversified miner South32 has invested R74-million in a seawater desalination plant that uses membrane technology to produce cooling process water for its Hillside aluminium smelter. The diversified miner appointed... 

Firm reflects on 2014 success story

23rd January 2015 The prefeasibility study (PFS) for gold miner Morobe Mining’s Wafi-Golpu project, in Papua New Guinea, was recently completed by project delivery and consulting services firm WorleyParsons, the company announced in December. The Wafi-Golpu project involves the development of a new greenfield... 

Company takes new hydraulic range to mine operations

By: Pimani Baloyi     18th July 2014 British high pressure hydraulic tools manufacturer Hi-Force has attended a series of roadshows to showcase some of its newly launched hydraulic solutions, as well as other mining-specific products, at various mining sites across Africa. These solutions include the HBR series of spring-eye bust... 

Ceramic-lined pipes said to ensure productivity of mine

By: Carina Borralho     26th July 2013 South African wear and corrosion solutions provider Nordbak reports that the African mining industry holds a number of growth opportunities, particularly in the iron-ore market.  The company specialises in the manufacturing of wear and abrasive resistant and anticorrosion coatings and products,... 

Commission recommends conditional approval of Rio Tinto deal

By: Idéle Esterhuizen     4th July 2013 The Competition Commission has recommended conditional approval of the proposed acquistion of the entire shareholding of Rio Tinto South Africa by the Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) and a Chinese consortium. The consortium comprised Hebei Iron and Steel Group and a Mauritius special... 

Company Announcement: Foskor Enjoys Beyond-Expectation Success with new Warman DWU Dewatering Pump

4th December 2012 Based on the unprecedented success of Weir Minerals Africa’s new Warman® DWU dewatering pump at the existing Foskor flotation and filtration plant in Palaborwa, Foskor has ordered a number of new DWU pumps for its new flotation plant which is currently under construction at the same site 

R162m drying and dispatch facility upgrade at local phosphate mine

By: Chantelle Kotze     25th May 2012 South African phosphate rock miner and fertiliser producer Foskor is performing a R162-million dryer debottlenecking project at the drying and dispatch section of its mining division in Phalaborwa, Limpopo. 

$500m bankable feasibility study awarded for manganese project

By: Leandi Kolver     27th April 2012 The ±$500-million bankable feasibility study for manganese explorer Amari Manganese’s Kongoni project, located within the Kalahari manganese field in the Northern Cape, has been awarded to minerals processing and project management company MDM Engineering.  

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