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Chinese OEM supports Aury Africa with second major visit

15th February 2019 The parent company of Aury Africa, Dadi Engineering Development Group (DDEDG), holds the African market in such high regard that senior management will pay a second visit to South Africa from 13 to 22 February. The aim of the visit is to engage with potential customers in the mining industry,... 

Technology to change the face of Australia’s mining jobs

By: Esmarie Iannucci     14th February 2019 A new report by advisory firm Ernst & Young (EY) has revealed that technological advances will have a significant impact on the Australian resources sector, with some 77% of jobs in the Australian mining sector likely to be enhanced or re-designed due to technology, within the next five years. In... 

Expect some tough announcements on Eskom soon – Davies 

By: News24Wire      5th February 2019 Eskom is in deep trouble financially and operationally and South Africa is facing enormous challenges in the electricity industry, Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies said on Tuesday. Davies was a guest speaker at a round table discussion hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry on... 

Weba Chute Mechanism Saves Costs, Downtime At Diamond Mine

4th February 2019 Challenging materials handling applications are the norm for Weba Chute Systems, and the company’s recent solution at a diamond mine in Botswana tackled the issue of large particle sizes to ensure more uptime for the customer’s operation. The mine had been faced with replacing transfer chutes... 

Innovation mining’s biggest challenge – Anglo 

By: Martin Creamer     4th February 2019 The world is standing on the brink of a technological revolution that will result in transformation unlike anything human kind has experienced before, which is making innovation mining’s biggest challenge. “In the next five years, it’s about major step changes in innovation,” Anglo American CEO... 

Company launches on-site mechanical seal replacement

By: Khutso Maphatsoe     1st February 2019 Heavy-duty slurry pump manufacturer Hazelton Pumps launched its latest innovation, the Hazelton Pumps On-Site Mechanical Seal Replacement System, for its Hippo slurry pump range used predominantly in mining. “The system is designed so that the client can replace the mechanical seals of the pump... 

Increased regulatory certainty bolsters direct foreign investment

By: Paige Müller     1st February 2019 African law firm ENSafrica states that there has been a concerted effort to reintroduce legal certainty into South Africa’s mining and minerals industries in the hopes that a stable legislative and regulatory regime will boost foreign direct investment into these critical industries. Mining is a... 

Mining and Quarrying Equipment Specialist Osborn is 100

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st January 2019 South African mining and quarrying equipment specialist Osborn is celebrating its 100th anniversary. “In a sector with many challenges - from declining global commodity prices and constant productivity pressures, to inferior, low-cost equipment flooding the market - not many suppliers remain in... 

South African mining a ‘complex business’ – UFS Vice-Chancellor

By: Simone Liedtke     30th January 2019 Mining has become a “complex business”, largely as a result of the unique dynamics of stakeholder engagements and expectations, government regulations and the technical and operational imperatives, University of the Free State (UFS) Rector and Vice-Chancellor Professor Francis Petersen states in... 

Deloitte outlines trends to assist miners find new strategic approach

By: Simone Liedtke     29th January 2019 To thrive amid the demands and exigencies that the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) presents, mining companies will need a new strategic approach – one that considers not only the full range of industry shifts and risks, but that also provides executives with an enterprise-wide view of their... 

Indaba celebrates silver anniversary, reaffirms commitment to Africa

By: Nadine James     25th January 2019 The 2019 Investing in African Mining Indaba – to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 4 to 7 – will be the twenty-fifth iteration of the event, with the “world’s largest mining conference” having reached this milestone being testimony to its relevance and value,... 

Ari Budin

By: Martin Creamer     25th January 2019 This week Mining Weekly features Ari Budin, the COO Magnitech, a 120-employee lighting manufacturer 

Epiroc pursues stronger growth after Atlas spin-off

By: Natasha Odendaal     25th January 2019 A year after unbundling from a business unit within Atlas Copco into a fully owned independent subsidiary, mining, infrastructure and natural resources equipment spin-off Epiroc is optimistic on the future and eyes growth of 8% a year over the short to medium term. Equipped with a mostly organic... 

Harnessing the power of data vital for industry

25th January 2019 With the rapid development of new technology and the advent of the Fourth Industrial Revolution which is disrupting traditional processes and the way people live and work, data is becoming a hot commodity, says engineering consultancy company WorleyParsons. The challenge does not lie in... 

Step change for Indaba

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     25th January 2019 The twenty-fifth anniversary of the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba will have a major focus on how growth in Africa and African mining can be supported and achieved, says event organiser Mining Indaba content director Harry Chapman. The theme of this year’s event is Championing... 

Exxaro will present coal investment proposition at Indaba

By: Paige Müller     25th January 2019 South African coal and heavy minerals mining company Exxaro Resources will present its coal investment proposition at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba. On February 5, Exxaro representatives will present on the main stage at the twenty-fifth annual Investing in African Mining Indaba. 

New data management solution to be exhibited

By: Paige Müller     25th January 2019 Mining software solutions specialist MICROMINE will exhibit its new data management solution, the Geobank 2019, at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba.  “Geobank 2019 has thus far been a closely guarded secret, but it will be available for delegates coming to our booth at this year’s... 

Mining Charter boosts junior mining

By: Paige Müller     25th January 2019 After 20 years of poor policy and oppressive regulations having all but irradiated South Africa’s junior mining sector, the local junior mining industry is beginning to turn around as a result of the Mining Charter, says minerals explorer Orion Minerals CEO Errol Smart. Serving as Junior Miner... 

Firm to exhibit mining related expertise at Indaba

By: Paige Müller     25th January 2019 Long-time attendee and exhibitor at the Investment in African Mining Indaba engineering consultancy firm SRK Consulting will showcase the full range of its mining-related expertise and solutions at this year’s Indaba. “SRK will once again exhibit at the 2019 Indaba, having exhibited at all the... 

Indaba celebrates silver anniversary, reaffirms commitment to Africa

By: Nadine James     25th January 2019 The 2019 Investing in African Mining Indaba – to be held at the Cape Town International Convention Centre from February 4 to 7 – will be the twenty-fifth iteration of the event, with the “world’s largest mining conference” having reached this milestone being testimony to its relevance and value,... 

FLSmidth

25th January 2019 FLSmidth is a leading provider of mineral processing and material handling technology and systems to the global mining industry. In keeping with its strategy of driving success through sustainable productivity enhancement, FLSmidth is founded on three fundamental values – competence, cooperation... 

Invincible Valves

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th January 2019 High-quality valve products and ancillary equipment supplier Invincible Valves prides itself on service excellence and exibility, as it strives to enhance every customer’s bottom line. The 36-year-old company’s core values include growing through creativity, invention and innovation. 

Miners welcome Labour’s A$1bn hydrogen strategy

By: Esmarie Iannucci     23rd January 2019 The resources sector has welcomed the federal opposition’s A$1-billion hydrogen strategy, to fund hydrogen research and commercial development. Labour’s plan will see A$1-billion in funding from the Clean Energy Finance Corporation go towards supporting clean hydrogen development, with up to... 

Passport 360 part of Start-ups Unearthed Africa at Mining Indaba 2019

23rd January 2019 A local provider of smart solutions for the administrative, safety, and procurement requirements of the mining industry, Passport 360 is one of four African start-ups that have secured a coveted pitch slot at the Start-ups Unearthed Africa session at the Investing in African Mining Indaba on 6... 

Goldcorp names #DisruptMining semi-finalists

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th January 2019 The six semi-finalists for #DisruptMining 2019 and the five 'sharks' who will judge the live finale of Goldcorp's yearly innovation challenge have been named. 

Battery drive system provided for underground mining

18th January 2019 Battery driven mining vehicle specialists Battery Power Industries (BPI) provided the battery drive system for rough-terrain machinery manufacturer Manitou Southern Africa’s first electric telehandler. Manitou’s battery driven telehandler, the first of its kind, was unveiled at Electra Mining... 

New maintenance solution for mining launched

18th January 2019 Industrial solutions provider BT Industrial has developed a solution that enables mine's processing plants to maximise operational hours while performing critical inspections and maintenance of corroded carbon steel pipes, MD Kgomotso Lekola reveals. Traditionally, plants are built with... 

Sibanye adds global experience to safety panel 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th January 2019 JSE- and NYSE-listed precious metals miner Sibanye-Stillwater has established a Global Safe Production Advisory Panel, after identifying the need for an additional safety initiative in 2018. The panel consists of a group of leading academics and is chaired by Sibanye group safety head Dr Kobus... 

The Future of HR in Mining – Adapting to AI, Machine Learning and Robotics

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th January 2019 Regenesys Business School, in partnership with Mining Weekly, is hosting a discussion forum on “The Future of HR in Mining in a New Digital Age” on 7 February 2019. The discussion will take place from 08h00 to 10h00 at their campus in Pybus Road, Sandton. Regenesys is proud to announce that some... 

How The Reflux™ Classifier Increases Mining Productivity

15th January 2019 Delivering high levels of recovery, while managing large throughput efficiently is no easy job. So how exactly does FLSmidth’s REFLUX™ Classifier (RC™) achieve this? And, importantly, can it benefit your mining operations? Concisely, the RC is the slurry based gravity separator designed... 

Barrick Gold's new CEO dismisses Canada HQ debate as 'hysteria'

By: Bloomberg     11th January 2019 Barrick Gold’s new CE is surprised by the “hysteria” over whether the world’s largest gold miner will remain a Canadian company. Barely a week after his Channel Islands-based Randgold Resources merged with Barrick, Mark Bristow says he’s determined to keep the global miner headquartered in... 

Miners warn of Green's coal ban Bill

By: Esmarie Iannucci     4th January 2019 The resources sector has warned of the detrimental effects a Bill to ban thermal coal mining in the Galilee Basin, in Queensland, would have on the economy. The Galilee Basin (Coal Prohibition Bill) has been introduced by the Greens into the Federal Senate, and if made into law, will see the... 

Australia flags A$122bn rebound for commodities projects

By: Bloomberg     21st December 2018 Stronger prices, a brighter longer-term demand outlook and the rise of battery metals are laying the ground for a potential revival in mining and energy projects in Australia, according to the world’s top exporter of iron ore, alumina and coking coal. The value of so-called committed projects –... 

Australia warns of 'double whammy' risks to commodities outlook

By: Bloomberg     21st December 2018 Commodities are at risk from a “double whammy” of rising trade tensions and a substantial slowdown in global growth, the Australian government warned, as increasing uncertainty threatens to hinder record exports from the raw materials powerhouse. While Australia’s resources and energy shipments... 

Awards programme to promote innovation in project management

By: Paige Müller     2nd November 2018 Local project, programme and portfolio management practitioners’ association Project Management South Africa (PMSA) has introduced the Project Management Office (PMO) of the Year Awards Programme to honour and promote local innovation in project management offices. “This is an exciting step that... 

Diamond industry’s confidence in XRT sorting growing

2nd November 2018 X-ray transmission (XRT) technology has ushered in a new era for diamond recovery, with an increasing number of mining 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... 

Meet 300+ mining companies and 500+ investors under one roof

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st November 2018 Investing in African Mining Indaba is returning to Cape Town from 4-7 February 2019 to celebrate its 25th anniversary and biggest event yet…meet 300+ mining companies and 500+ investors under one roof, as well as senior government officials and other industry stakeholders. With the President of... 

Record low costs a necessity for Australia’s international competitiveness

31st October 2018 The resources sector is fundamental to Australia’s economic prosperity according to Fortescue Metals Group CEO Elizabeth Gaines during a presentation at the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) in Melbourne today. “The sector generates exports of $226 billion a year, and that’s... 

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