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B2Gold delivers record Q3 production despite production shortfalls in Nicaragua

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th October 2018 Canadian miner B2Gold had record-consolidated gold production of 242 040 oz in the third quarter – a 78% increase on the 106 412 oz produced in the third quarter of 2017. Fekola mine, in Mali; Masbate mine, in the Philippines; and Otjikoto mine, in Namibia, were the strongest contributors to... 

Desert Lion announces maiden mineral resource estimate for Namibian project

By: Simone Liedtke     12th October 2018 TSX-V-listed Desert Lion Energy has completed a maiden mineral resource estimate for its Namibian lithium project, the company announced on Friday. The maiden mineral resource estimate comprised the Rubicon, Rubicon Slimes, Helikon 1, Helikon 2, Helikon 3, Helikon 4 and Helikon 5 deposits, and... 

40 Years of BEKA Schréder

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 We at BEKA Schréder wish to convey our sincerest gratitude to our customers for their unwavering support as we celebrate our 40-year anniversary. BEKA Schréder has been supplying high-performing, energy-efficient and high quality lighting solutions since 1978. When our company was founded with... 

AfriTin acquires additional exploration licences through Tantalum Investment

By: Simone Liedtke     2nd October 2018 Aim-listed AfriTin Mining will acquire the entire issued share capital of Namibia-based private company Tantalum Investment (TI), which holds two exploration licences for tin, tantalum and other associated materials, from Jan Jonathan Serfontein. TI is being acquired for £850 000, to be satisfied... 

Lifting-equipment orders from Zambia’s Mopani Copper Mines exceed R100m – Condra Cranes

By: Nadine James     28th September 2018 Condra Cranes shipment of lifting equipment despatched in late August to Zambia-based copper mine Mopani Copper Mines has raised Condra’s order intake from Mopani to more than R100-million. Comprising one electric travelling overhead crane, 38 hoists, two large, and seven smaller, jib cranes, the... 

Uranium import probe threatens US nuclear power industry - group

By: Reuters     27th September 2018 US nuclear power generators urged the federal government against taking action in a dispute over imported uranium, arguing tariffs or quotas would increase costs for the struggling industry and possibly cause some reactors to shut, according to a statement emailed on Wednesday. The US Department... 

Illegal blockade temporarily halts Trevali’s Peru mine

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th September 2018 Operations at the Santander zinc mine, in Peru, have been temporarily halted, owing to an illegal blockade by a group of community members claiming that the company has failed to satisfy its investment obligations. The blockade had stopped the delivery of scheduled supplies to the mine,... 

Aveng reports strong market interest in most of its noncore assets 

By: Terence Creamer     26th September 2018 Following a series of capital markets transactions, which have helped stabilise Aveng’s precarious balance sheet, the JSE-listed infrastructure group has turned its attention to the disposal, by June 2019, of several noncore businesses, including its well-known construction business,... 

Montero inks MoU with Chinese firm for lithium production

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th September 2018 Namibia-focused Montero Mining and Exploration has entered into a nonbinding memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Jiang Xi Yun Lithium of China for joint cooperation and development of lithium production in Africa.  Jiang Xi Yun is focused on the supply of battery grade lithium products to the... 

Trevali refinances credit facility

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th September 2018 Zinc miner Trevali has refinanced its credit facility and managed to secure an improved pricing, which should save the miner up to $5-million over a four-year term, it announced on Wednesday. Trevali entered into an amended and restated credit agreement with a syndicate of lenders for a... 

New exploration licences validated

14th September 2018 Canada-based diversified miner Maxtech Ventures last month announced that its Zambian mining operation, Maxtech Mining Zambia’s two large-scale exploration licences have been validated by the Minister of Mines and Mineral Development of Zambia. The first large-scale exploration licence is for an... 

Johnson Crane Hire

12th September 2018 Ranked among the top crane hire companies in the world, Johnson Crane Hire operates the largest mobile crane fleet in Africa. The company has an acknowledged track record for delivering appropriate solutions to the mining, petrochemicals, power and civil infrastructure industries throughout South... 

Afrox achieves double-digit HEPS growth amid subdued economic environment 

By: Simone Liedtke     10th September 2018 Despite low economic growth in the six months to June 30, JSE-listed African Oxygen (Afrox) achieved double-digit growth in its headline earnings per share (HEPS) to 104c, representing an increase of 11.5% from the HEPS of 93.3c recorded for the six months to June 30, 2017. Referring to the... 

Eazi Access 

10th September 2018 Eazi Access is Africa’s market leader in work-at-height and material-handling solutions. Our comprehensive offering includes rental, sales, servicing and training across a range of industries and applications. We are a 100% South African-owned company with an extensive footprint across the... 

Services group gains agencies, boosts offering

By: Halima Frost     7th September 2018 Vereeniging-based furnace and industrial services provider Dickinson Group of Companies has been appointed as an agent for Danish chemical industry company Haldor Topsoe in Namibia, Zambia and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). Dickinson Group will promote, sell and strategically warehouse... 

Eazi Access

5th September 2018 Eazi Access is Africa’s market leader in work-at-height and material-handling solutions. Our comprehensive offering includes rental, sales, servicing and training across a range of industries and applications. We are a 100% South African-owned company with an extensive footprint across the... 

Goodwin pumps reduce maintenance costs, downtime

5th September 2018 Pump manufacturer Goodwin Submersible Pumps Africa has made significant advances in the mining and dewatering industries since its inaugural opening in South Africa two years ago. The growth experienced by the company has been spearheaded by the flagship 100ANZE slurry submersible pump as well as... 

Lab-made diamonds for less: Why De Beers's plan worries rivals

By: Bloomberg     4th September 2018 De Beers hasn’t even opened its first synthetic diamond store, but its looming entry into the market for man-made gems has already shaken the industry. The unit of Anglo American said three months ago that it plans to sell lab-grown diamonds at a fraction of the going rate, undercutting rivals... 

Local manufacture a critical component of mine modernisation drive

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd September 2018 Epoxerite remains a leading supplier of high quality grouts for a myriad of applications in the mining industry, and this includes as a dependable bonding agent for pre-stressed cable anchors in some of the world’s deepest underground mines. This system provides a significantly safer alternative... 

Industrial clothing maker develops women’s mining range

31st August 2018 For almost 25 years, industrial clothing manufacturer JAVLIN has been designing and manufacturing workwear to withstand the demands of Africa’s toughest workplaces. In line with this, the company has developed a women’s clothing and footwear range specifically for the mining industry. “The range... 

Grindrod reports strong recovery in interim earnings

By: Marleny Arnoldi     31st August 2018 Freight and financial services group Grindrod has achieved a strong year-on-year recovery in the six months to June 30, with its earnings a share having increased to 317c, compared with a loss a share of 11.5c in the first half of 2017. Headline earnings a share were 3.8c, compared with a... 

Bigen wins two Standard Bank Top Women Empowerment Awards

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st August 2018 The Bigen Group, an innovative and solutions-focused infrastructure development group, earned two sought-after Standard Bank Top Women Awards. Bigen was named Top Gender Empowered Company in Infrastructure Development and CEO Anton Boshoff the Top Male Driving Gender Empowerment at the annual... 

Roff Industries on reducing dust explosion risks

29th August 2018 Local manufacturer Roff Industries believes that organisations spending huge amounts on certified explosion-proof electrical equipment could achieve substantial savings by avoiding the main hazard – the build-up of dust. 

Namibia Critical Metals to start cobalt/copper drilling before end-Sept

By: Marleny Arnoldi     28th August 2018 TSX-V-listed Namibia Critical Metals has identified multiple prospective targets at its Kunene cobalt/copper project, in Namibia, following the completion of an airborne electromagnetic survey covering 4 200 line kilometers. The survey data shows clear conductive trends associated with... 

Afri-Tech Mining Supplies

24th August 2018 Launched in 2007, Afri-Tech Mining Supplies has achieved strong growth as a premier supplier of screen and filter cloths for the liquids/solids separation industries. The innovative, dynamic and growth-orientated company, under the expert guidance of founder Richard Arends, has rapidly expanded... 

Backup power to ensure safety, continuous production 

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     24th August 2018 There has been increased interest in the generator sets of Himoinsa Southern Africa, a subsidiary of Spain-based power solutions provider Himoinsa. This is a good sign from the mines, as it indicates that they are prioritising their safety requirements,” claims Himoinsa Southern Africa services... 

John Ratcliffe displays wide range of products at Electra Mining

23rd August 2018 Since 1973, filtration and safety equipment supplier John Ratcliffe has focused on providing clients with a range of quality filtration, exhaust and safety equipment. Some of these products will be exhibited at this year’s Electra Mining Africa trade show and include the HJS sintered-metal... 

Miner looks to meet Southern Africa’s zinc deficit

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     17th August 2018 While the zinc industry is poised to have a structural deficit until 2022, diversified miner Vedanta Resources' Vedanta Zinc International (VZI) is well positioned to meet the needs of South African zinc users, says VZI and Vedanta Resources Africa Base Metals CEO Deshnee Naidoo. “The feasibility... 

Trevali lifts Q2 zinc output

By: Simone Liedtke     10th August 2018 TSX-listed Trevali Mining saw achieved higher zinc production in the second quarter, ended June 30, and remains on track to achieve its full-year production and cost guidance, president and CEO Dr Mark Cruise said on Friday. Production guidance for the year remains unchanged at 400-million to... 

B2Gold reports positive Q2, H1 operational, financial performance

By: Nadine James     8th August 2018 TSX-listed B2Gold Corporation on Wednesday reported strong operational and financial results for the second quarter and first half of 2018. The company achieved record gold production of 240 093 oz for the second quarter, a 98% year-on-year increase, and 7% above budget, owing to consistently... 

‘Solid’ safety: Vital Engineering’s solid forged handrails and stair tread nosing – safety assured for the local and pan-African mining sector

7th August 2018 Mining is a primary creator of wealth and employment, and, as such, places demands on the people and equipment employed this all-important sector. To keep mines operating efficiently, quick, safe access to areas such as minerals processing plants is essential. Founded in 1939, Vital Engineering... 

On-The-Air (03/08/2018) 

By: Martin Creamer     3rd August 2018 South Africa needs to make the best of the huge crisis that has broken out in platinum mining, where 13 000 jobs are on the line. Major mining companies are in the process of reversing out of the business of mining coal in South Africa. South Africans have moved at lighting speed to mine tin in... 

Regulatory hiatus causing even friendly major miners to back off exploration

By: Martin Creamer     3rd August 2018 Exploration is vital to keep mining going and although Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has expressed concern about many mine shafts being put on care and maintenance, Minerals Council South Africa is correct to point out that the real setback for the future sustainability of the South... 

Paladin takes full control of Queensland uranium explorer

By: Esmarie Iannucci     1st August 2018 Dual-listed Paladin Energy has moved to take full control of junior uranium explorer Summit Resources, in which it already holds an 82.08% interest. Paladin on Wednesday announced an off-market takeover offer for the remaining shares in the ASX-listed Summit, offering one new Paladin share for... 

First tin concentrate to market in Q4 – AfriTin 

By: Martin Creamer     30th July 2018 Emerging tin mining company AfriTin is on track to place its first tin concentrate into the market in the fourth quarter of this year. The Aim-listed company is going all out to put Africa, once the fourth-biggest exporter of tin but now without an industrial-scale mine, back on the global tin... 

New milestone set at Gamsberg zinc project

By: Martin Creamer     26th July 2018 The completion of the main construction activities and commissioning of the front-end ore crushing, handling and stockpiling system for the Gamsberg zinc mine project in the Northern Cape is seen as a significant milestone. Completed for the Black Mountain Complex – part of the Vedanta Resources... 

Weatherly progresses with Tschudi dewatering plan

By: Marleny Arnoldi     23rd July 2018 Aim-listed copper miner Weatherly International expects production levels at its Tschudi copper mine, in Namibia, to normalise by December, following a massive water ingress on May 11. Weatherly has since progressed with a recovery plan that entails dewatering the mine.  

De Beers lifts Q2 production amid strong trading conditions

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th July 2018 Diamond miner De Beers’ rough diamond production increased by 3% to nine-million carats in the second quarter of this year, reflecting production increases to meet stronger demand, as well as the contribution from the ramp-up at the joint venture Gahcho Kué mine, in Canada. De Beers’ Debswana... 

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