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MINE SAFETY

Amplats review safety strategy after 33 stoppages in H1

While Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) posted strong financials for the first half of its 2011 financial year, the world’s biggest platinum producer still faced headwinds on the safety front, with production stoppages increasing. Eight...
25th July 2011
 
Consulting Engineers

TWP completes erection of phase I shaft headgears at RBPlat’s Styldrift project, full production scheduled for 2017

South African engineering consultancy TWP Projects has successfully completed the erection of the pre assembled headgears of both the main shaft and the services shaft at Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlats) Styldrift shaft complex.
18th March 2011
 
Anglo Platinum

Road upgrades said to boost road safety in the North West

Platinum miner Anglo Platinum (Angloplat), in collaboration with the North West Department of Transport, Roads and Community Safety, the Moses Kotane local municipality, as well as the Bkgatla Ba Kgafela and Baphalane Ba Mantserre tribal...
5th December 2008
 
APPOINTMENTS

Angloplat trims executive directors to CEO, CFO

World's biggest platinum miner creates "a governance structure appropriate to its business".
11th October 2007
 
Breaking News

Can Zambia emerge from its Copperbelt Crisis?

Zambia Zambia – Copper is still Zambia's major foreign-exchange earner – even after the privatisation of State mines – and will be for some time to come.
8th April 2002
 
Copper

Can Zambia emerge from its Copperbelt Crisis?

Copperbelt Crisis Copper is still Zambia's major foreign-exchange earner – even after the privatisation of state mines – and will be for some time to come.
5th April 2002
 
 
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