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South African company building new smelter in Zimbabwe

By: Victor Moolman     17th October 2018 Foundry and engineering company Thos Begbie is working in the Great Dyke of Zimbabwe, close to the town of Shurungwi, where it is helping to construct the Unki platinum smelter, adjacent to a mining operation owned by platinum mining company Anglo American Platinum (Amplats). Thos Begbie was... 

Glencore Coal provides free WiFi to two host communities

By: Nadine James     14th June 2018 Thermal coal miner Glencore Coal South Africa (SA) has launched a free WiFi initiative, which will allow members of two of the company’s host communities, Phola and Ogies, to access 500 MB/d per person for educational, economic and leisure purposes. The initiative currently comprises six... 

Specialist helps Zambian mines save on maintenance costs

15th September 2017 More and more mines in Zambia are seeing the benefits and the profitable returns of investing in condition monitoring, with a direct positive impact on productivity and machine availability, and reduced maintenance costs, enthuses condition-monitoring specialist WearCheck. 

Drill the SmartROC way

12th May 2017 Atlas Copco’s automated SmartROC Down-The-Hole and Top Hammer drill rigs have transformed the drilling procedure. Equipped with smart technology, these rigs help to drive down operational and maintenance costs, drive up efficiencies, increase safety and reduce carbon footprints for sustainable... 

Training on the move with Atlas Copco RCS Mobile Trailer

29th March 2017 Atlas Copco Mining and Rock Excavation Technique has invested in a RCS (Rig Control System) Mobile Trailer to make training more accessible, convenient and affordable by taking it to the customer’s doorstep. RSC is all about faster fault detection, lower maintenance costs and enhanced rig... 

Brendan Robinson

By: Martin Creamer     29th May 2015 Brendan Robinson, a 37-year-old chartered accountant, is profiled in Mining Weekly this week as the new CEO of Tshipi é Ntle, the Pallinghurst group manganese mining company that operates in the Northern Cape. 

Call for greater support for mining industry

By: Pimani Baloyi     23rd January 2015 Richards Bay-headquartered heavy-equipment manufacturer Bell Equipment, which has several large-scale South Africa-based projects in the 2015 pipeline, will exhibit its new B60 articulated dump truck (ADT) mining range at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, which will take place at... 

State

By: Alida Odendaal     3rd October 2014 Tender work arising from state contracts  

Zest WEG Group has increased focus on Africa

29th August 2014 While about 80% of the people who walk onto the Zest WEG Group stand have had some form of interaction with an operating entity within the group, many people do not fully understand the depth of product offering that is available through this multi-faceted group. For this reason, the primary... 

Zest WEG Group

29th August 2014 The Zest WEG Group, a subsidiary of leading Brazilian motor and controls manufacturer WEG, is a South African company with a strong commitment to the development of the African region. Zest WEG is a leading supplier of low-, medium- and high-voltage electric motors, vibrator motors, variable... 

Zest WEG Group

8th August 2014 The Zest WEG Group, a subsidiary of leading Brazilian motor and controls manufacturer WEG, is a South African company with a strong commitment to the development of the African region. Zest WEG is a leading supplier of low-, medium- and high-voltage electric motors, vibrator motors, variable... 

Shanduka dismisses 250, pursues normality after illegal strike 

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th March 2013 Shanduka Coal has dismissed the 250 workers that embarked on an illegal and somewhat violent two-day strike at the Graspan colliery, in Mpumalanga, last week. The workers at the Middelburg-based mine downed tools on March 18 demanding performance bonuses and had to be forcibly removed from mine... 

Calm after violence erupts at Graspan mine

By: Natasha Odendaal     20th March 2013 Shanduka’s Graspan colliery returned to calm on Wednesday following a clash between police and striking workers on Tuesday that resulted in the injury of two and the arrest of nine people. About 250 workers at the Middelburg-based mine downed tools on Tuesday in illegal protest action and had to... 

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