http://www.miningweekly.com
R/€ = 15.65 Change: 0.00
R/$ = 13.43 Change: 0.00
Au 1269.43 $/oz Change: 1.33
Pt 878.00 $/oz Change: 13.83
 

Topic

Expansion strategy advances local company

By: Paige Müller     22nd June 2018 Amid a shrinking South African mining market, Vereeniging-based furnaces and industrial services provider Dickinson Group of Companies states that an extensive focus on extending its service offerings to the international market has been a key strategic success that has insulated the company... 

Rio-Carb commissions academic research into the future of SA mining

20th June 2018 Mr. Martin Maine, Managing Director of Rio-Carb of Alrode, a chromium carbide (CrC) wear-solutions provider, has identified a gap in the mining sector in the form of a lack of local beneficiation in the second-tier supply chain in the South African mining industry. Failure to galvanise foreign... 

BPI Launch Marks a New Era in Battery Driven Mining Technology in SA

20th June 2018 Battery Power Industries (BPI), an innovative battery driven mining vehicle solution provider has officially launched. BPI targets zero emission underground mining equipment with their advanced battery energy systems technology offering. BPI is a proudly South African OEM specialising in the... 

Rio spending $2.2bn on iron-ore supply

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     18th June 2018 Diversified miner Rio Tinto on Monday revealed that it will be spending some $2.2-billion over the next three years on replacement mines for its iron-ore operations in the Pilbara, including initial spending on the proposed Koodaideri, West Angelas and Robe Valley developments. Rio’s iron-ore... 

New research could unlock Qld bauxite

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     15th June 2018 The Queensland government will provide A$180 000 over the next three years, to fund a research project to develop an innovative mining process that could unlock massive, previously untapped, bauxite deposits in North Queensland, within the next five years. The research is a collaborative project... 

Warman slurry pump celebrates 80 years of innovation

15th June 2018 Technology and services provider Weir Minerals has celebrated 80 years of innovation with the Warman slurry pump, which remains one of the most popular high wear slurry pumps on the market. In honour of the brand, Weir celebrated at the end of May, at an event in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia.... 

Canadian junior opens Empire State zinc mine

By: Mariaan Webb     13th June 2018 Canadian zinc junior Titan Mining on Tuesday officially reopened the historic Empire State zinc mine, in the US, at a ceremony attended by company director George Pataki, who is the former Governor of the New York state. The mine, which has more than 100 years of previous operating history, was... 

MinRes infrastructure project progresses

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th June 2018 ASX-listed Mineral Resources (MinRes) was expecting a State Agreement for its planned Pilbara infrastructure project before the end of the year. The company on Friday said that it was currently in negotiations with the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation on the terms of the State... 

Lithium price may soften this year on ‘slight oversupply’ but EVs driving future optimism 

By: Henry Lazenby     8th June 2018 The lithium price might be in for a rough ride this year, as a supply response might overshoot what the market actually needs, London-based pricing intelligence firm Metal Bulletin’s head of research William Adams tells Mining Weekly in an interview. “We see a slight lithium surplus coming this... 

Lithium price may soften this year on ‘slight oversupply’ but EVs driving future optimism

By: Henry Lazenby     8th June 2018 The lithium price might be in for a rough ride this year, as a supply response might overshoot what the market actually needs, London-based pricing intelligence firm Metal Bulletin’s head of research William Adams tells Mining Weekly in an interview. “We see a slight lithium surplus coming this... 

WGC sees an upturn in China's jewellery demand

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     7th June 2018 China’s jewellery market has turned a corner, which could result in an upturn in global gold demand and gold’s long-term performance, the World Gold Council (WGC) said on Thursday. China’s demand for gold jewellery more than tripled over the past 15 years, as the economy expanded and personal... 

Goldcorp signs IBA with three First Nation communities in Ontario

By: Marleny Arnoldi     6th June 2018 TSX-listed Goldcorp and three First Nation communities – Brunswick House, Chapleau Cree and Chapleau Ojibwe – have signed an impacts and benefits agreement (IBA) with respect to the development and operation of the Borden gold project, near Chapleau, in northern Ontario.  

ELB to supply two mobile ship loaders to Transnet Port Terminals’ Saldanha Terminal

6th June 2018 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB), is pleased to announce that they have been awarded the contract to design, supply, install and commission two mobile ship loaders at Transnet Port Terminals’ (TPT) Saldanha Terminal – a strategic node of the movement of iron ore in South Africa. The ship... 

ELB welcomes Josh Hodgkinson as Implementation Engineer - Intelligent Solutions

6th June 2018 ELB Engineering Services (Pty) Ltd (ELB), is pleased to announce that Josh Hodgkinson has been appointed as Implementation Engineer – ELB Intelligent Solutions (EIS), to help drive the business into the 4th Industrial Revolution. Josh has work experience in over 12 different countries, graduating... 

Govt creating junior miners’ fund, boosting geoscience, legitimising zama-zamas 

By: Martin Creamer     5th June 2018 The government is partnering the State-owed Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) to establish a junior miners’ fund that will provide exploration investment capital to black-owned emerging miners; it is also investing R20-billion in the Council for Geoscience to boost exploration as well as... 

The 25th Jubilee World Mining Congress 2018 Will Be Held In Kazakhstan

5th June 2018 On June 19th-21st, 2018, the city of Astana will be hosting the 25th Jubilee World Mining Congress. Kazakhstan will be the first country among the CIS states to hold an event of such significant international importance. The World Mining Congress is the largest and most appreciable gathering of... 

Electra Mining Africa: More Than Just A Show

5th June 2018 For 46 years, Electra Mining Africa has been winning the minds and hearts of mining and related industries. Delivering an effective platform to showcase the latest innovations, technologies and trends, it’s much more than a show – it’s a tradition. Taking place from 10-14 September at the Expo... 

MCA urges reforms to encourage investment

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     5th June 2018 The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has warned that future investments and jobs in the Australian resources could be put at risk as reforms to streamline project approvals and modernizing workplace relations stalled. In its submission to the Parliament’s inquiry into impediments to business... 

Stibnite ore dryer project finalised

By: Paige Müller     1st June 2018 South Africa-based furnace and kiln manufacturer Thermopower Furnaces SA plans to complete the final commission of a recently completed 15 t/h stibnite concentrate ore dryer installation within the first half of this year. The furnace installation was performed for a global engineering,... 

Australia’s energy sector should leverage automation and technology to boost competitiveness

25th May 2018 Australia’s energy resources sector could unlock a potential A$10-billion in value to the national economy if it pursues a number of transforms, a report by National Energy Resources Australia (Nera) has found. In its 2018 update to the ‘Sector Competitiveness Plan’, Nera identified... 

Nautilus unveils spider-inspired sediment sampler

By: Henry Lazenby     25th May 2018 Marine mining pioneer Nautilus Minerals has unveiled a new autonomous sediment sampler called the 'Nautilus Jumping Spider’ for use in sampling deep-sea deposits, that could cut exploration costs “by an order of magnitude”, the company reported on Thursday. Nautilus said it has successfully... 

Junior miners could successfully navigate challenges in changing energy, resources market

25th May 2018 Recovering commodity prices, renewed optimism in the mining sector, and diversified ownership of Tier 1 mining companies are opening up opportunities for emerging and junior miners to enter the industry, says engineering consultancy company WorleyParsons RSA CEO Denver Dreyer. He explains that... 

ELB Continues To Provide Know How Solutions To Multiple Sectors

24th May 2018 ELB announces the award of Debmarine-M.V. Grand Banks and completes Assmang’s Black Rock Projects, the Sack Tipping Unit for Unilever Nigeria and Colleen Bawn Clinker Loading in Zimbabwe ELB Engineering Services (ELB) is pleased to announce that it has been awarded the drying system for the M.V.... 

Chamber of Mines hopes to embark on new era rebranding as Minerals Council South Africa

By: Nadine James     23rd May 2018 The Chamber of Mines has rebranded and is now the Minerals Council South Africa (MCSA) in line with its quest to reposition the sector as South Africa’s  preeminent industrial sector, while building a new legacy and creating a “future that all South African can be proud of,” MCSA president... 

Australia-EU FTA an opportunity to remove tariffs on resources trade

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     23rd May 2018 The Australian resources sector has welcomed the start of free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations between Australia and the European Union (EU), with the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) saying it would present a significant opportunity to boost trade, investment and economic engagement... 

Topics to be Covered at the 2018 Manufacturing Indaba Conference

21st May 2018 The latest instalment of the Manufacturing Indaba not only aspires to meet participants’ expectations but exceed them, by hosting an event to achieve objectives integral to supporting the economy of Sub-Saharan Africa. The conference aims to focus on the growth prospective of the Department of... 

Sweet-Orr

18th May 2018 Protective workwear manufacturer Sweet-Orr was founded in Wappingers Falls, New York, US, in 1871, with South African operations being established in 1931. More than 140 years on, “We never let you down” remains the company’s motto as it advances its dominant position as a market leader. 

OLI South Africa

18th May 2018 Making business simpler for customers, while going global with a first-class product, has proved successful in establishing industrial vibration technology company OLI as the world’s top-selling supplier of electric external motovibrators. OLI has been committed to delivering high-quality... 

Join the conversation about the future of Latin American Mining at Mining Cumbre

17th May 2018 Latin America is an exciting, growing destination for mining investment, development and exploration projects. With an attractive mining environment and geology rich with natural resources, the region is one of the world’s largest producers of iron ore, copper and gold. The LatAm Mining Cumbre is... 

Gold to maintain its significance for decades to come – WGC

By: Nadine James     17th May 2018 Having compiled and published the ‘Gold 2048: The next 30 years for Gold’ report, the World Gold Council (WGC) has concluded that gold will “continue to be recognised, appreciated and valued in the years ahead” The report, released on Thursday, looks at the next 30 years and considers ways in... 

Tharisa on track to achieve Vision 2020 strategy; acquires Zim chrome asset

By: Simone Liedtke     16th May 2018 Integrated resource group Tharisa CFO Michael Jones says the company’s Vision 2020 strategy, which is aimed at increasing production to 200 000 oz of platinum-group metals (PGMs) and two-million tonnes of chrome concentrates by year-end 2020, is well on track. Tharisa, which on Wednesday... 

Mind the gap: Can subway and landmine technologies save South African platinum?

By: Reuters     16th May 2018 Technologies used to carve subways and clear landmines are being retooled to mechanise South Africa's platinum mines, where an unforgiving geology has stymied such efforts at a huge cost. The technologies may make new mines profitable and could provide a lifeline for some loss-making shafts in a... 

WPA under review

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     14th May 2018 The Australian government will conduct a review of the Woomera Prohibition Area (WPA) coexistence framework. The 2018 review is a recommendation of the 2010 review of the WPA, which led to the establishment of a coexistence framework that balances the interests of all users in the area. 

Rio and Alcoa team up with Apple in zero carbon aluminium smelting drive

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     11th May 2018 Mining major Rio Tinto has teamed up with aluminium producer Alcoa to develop the world’s first carbon-free aluminium smelting process. The new process will produce oxygen and replace all direct greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions from the traditional aluminium smelting process. 

Company continuously enhances core technologies

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     11th May 2018 Mine management solutions provider Modular Mining Systems (MMS) is continuously working on making value-added enhancements to its core technologies, says MMS MD Lourens du Plessis. He says customer feedback plays an important role in how the company’s solutions evolve over time. “By engaging with... 

Integrated mining software championed

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     11th May 2018 The constant evolution and innovation of technology have prompted mining houses to move away from “disparate” legacy systems and pursue integrated and easy-to-use software tools instead, global consulting and technology company Deswik South Africa MD Ian Lawler tells Mining Weekly. Lawler... 

Cobra Projects

11th May 2018 Forming part of the Cobra group of companies, Cobra Projects is a family-founded company that boasts over 30 years’ experience in the mining and lubrication industries.  Cultivated from the ground up, we have developed into a substantial contributor to the mining industry across Africa and... 

Cobra Projects Profile

10th May 2018 Forming part of the Cobra group of companies, Cobra Projects is a family-founded company that boasts over 30 years’ experience in the mining and lubrication industries. Cultivated from the ground up, we have developed into a substantial contributor to the mining industry across Africa and abroad.  

First
Prev
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Last

Latest News

more

Latest Videos

more

About

Mining Weekly is a product of Creamer Media.
www.creamermedia.co.za

Other Creamer Media Products include:
Engineering News
Research Channel Africa
Polity

Read more

Subscriptions

We offer a variety of subscriptions to our Magazine, Website, PDF Reports and our photo library.

Subscriptions are available via the Creamer Media Store.

View store

Advertise

Advertising on MiningWeekly.com is an effective way to build and consolidate a company's profile among clients and prospective clients. Email advertising@creamermedia.co.za

View options
Free daily email newsletter Register Now
Close