http://www.miningweekly.com
R/€ = 15.71 Change: 0.00
R/$ = 13.43 Change: -0.02
Au 1231.96 $/oz Change: 8.71
Pt 829.00 $/oz Change: 16.94
 

Topic

Leading Edge plans demonstration plant at Swedish mine

By: Mariaan Webb     6th July 2018 A busy two quarters are ahead for Vancouver-based Leading Edge Materials at the dormant Swedish graphite mine that it is preparing to bring back to life. On Thursday, the company published an update of plans for its Woxna mine, detailing the strategic research activities that are under way as it... 

Government releases its tenth Industrial Policy Action Plan 

By: Kim Cloete     15th May 2018 The government has released its Industrial Policy Action Plan (Ipap) 2018, with a sharp focus on deepening industrial development, speeding up radical economic transformation and increasing the ability to produce higher value-added products. Trade and Industry Minister Dr Rob Davies said it was... 

Weir Minerals Africa to tackle mine dewatering using new model

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     4th May 2018 Mine dewatering equipment supplier Weir Minerals Africa is exploring enhanced holistic measures to tackle mine dewatering in Africa. The company, a subsidiary of Scottish engineering company Weir Group PLC, has long provided the global and local mining and industrial sectors with sustainable and... 

ELB posts R52m interim profit

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th March 2018 Solutions provider and capital equipment supplier ELB on Wednesday announced interim profit of R52-million, a 13% year-on-year increase on the R46-million reported in the same period of 2016, with headline earnings a share increasing from R1.42 to R1.58.  

Programme to position Ghanaian firms to gain greater share of mineral sector procurement 

By: Tracy Hancock     15th December 2017 Marking a significant point in Ghana’s quest to domesticate the provisions in the Africa Mining Vision (AMV) into its own Country Mining Vision (CMV), the Ghanaian government officially launched its National Suppliers Development Programme (NSDP) in 2 November 2017. The NSDP builds and expands on... 

Financial provisioning regulations a game changer – law firm

By: Nadine James     17th November 2017 The National Environmental Management Act’s (Nema’s) Financial Provisioning Regulations are a game changer because of the level of detail they require from mining companies, as well as the increased levels of liability they have established, says mining law firm Webber Wentzel. Webber Wentzel... 

Target 2018's biggest events in your marketing plans

14th November 2017 Creamer Media is a media partner for most of the important conferences and exhibitions on the 2018 events calendar. "Advertisers are urged to consider placements in those editions if your company has plans to exhibit at, or sponsor, any of our selected events," says Martin Creamer, Publishing... 

New compact crusher range unveiled

6th October 2017 Manufacturer of screening and crushing equipment McCloskey International’s expanding crusher line now includes a compact crusher, which made its worldwide debut in Europe’s largest basalt quarry at Steinexpo 2017, the biggest quarry exhibition in Europe held from August 31 to September 2 in... 

Event catalyst for critical engagement

By: Robyn Wilkinson     29th September 2017 Government, labour and business need to restore mutual trust through transparent and honest engagement, with The Joburg Indaba providing an ideal platform through which to forge a way forward in this endeavour, says mining and industrial services provider Fraser Alexander business development... 

India’s HCL to invest in greenfield copper cathode plant

By: Ajoy K Das     23rd August 2017 India’s sole integrated copper producer, Hindustan Copper Limited (HCL), will invest $472-million in a new greenfield copper cathode plant, in the central Indian province of Chhattisgarh. The investment proposal has been submitted to the Mines Ministry and the Cabinet Committee for Economic... 

Manganese makes list of key tech metals heading for short supply

By: Martin Creamer     11th July 2017 Nothing can stop the proliferation of iPhones, solar panels and Teslas, except perhaps a shortage of key natural resources, comments the latest Fortune magazine, which puts manganese from South Africa on the list of crucial technology metals needed in the US. Fortune’s world map showing the... 

Canada's Gabriel Resources sues Romania for a record C$5.7bn

By: Henry Lazenby     29th June 2017 Canadian project developer Gabriel Resources is suing Romania for a record C$5.7-billion before the World Bank's International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), the TSX-listed company revealed on Thursday. The company hopes to tie up a drawn out dispute with the country’s... 

If Koko returns, it won’t be as acting CEO, Brown avers, as she unveils interim board

By: Terence Creamer     23rd June 2017 Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown has called on the new interim leadership of embattled power utility Eskom to give priority attention to addressing the management of contracts, conflicts of interest and the quality of coal being supplied to its power stations. Speaking following the Eskom... 

Barrick, Novagold to take a closer look at optimising multimillion-ounce Donlin project, Alaska

By: Henry Lazenby     23rd June 2017 Joint venture partners Barrick Gold and Novagold announced on Thursday that their co-owned operating company Donlin Gold will undertake an $8-million drill programme to further optimise the Donlin gold project, located in the Yukon Kuskokwim region of Alaska. Donlin already has compliant measured... 

Consolidation of efforts key to increasing youth participation in mining

By: Ilan Solomons     16th June 2017 South Africa’s mining sector needs to consolidate its current youth development initiatives to ensure meaningful upliftment of the country’s youth, says Chamber of Mines (CoM) of South Africa skills development head Mustak Ally. The pooling of resources will provide a more focused and centralised... 

Incubation fund launched to support mining startups

By: Ilan Solomons     16th June 2017 In response to the funding challenges young business people in the South African mining industry are faced with, a fellow young professional in the mining industry has recently established the Simba Mgodi Mining Incubation Fund to assist start-ups in the mining industry and junior miners looking... 

Consolidation of efforts key to increasing youth participation in mining

By: Ilan Solomons     15th June 2017 South Africa’s mining sector needs to consolidate its current youth development initiatives to ensure meaningful upliftment of the country’s youth, says Chamber of Mines (CoM) of South Africa skills development head Mustak Ally. The pooling of resources will provide a more focused and centralised... 

Waste management body discusses mine residue stockpiles

By: David Oliveira     2nd June 2017 The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) convened in Rustenburg, in the North West, last month to discuss a risk- based approach to planning and management of residue stockpiles and deposits at mines. The workshop also provided participants the opportunity to gain a better... 

Lac des Iles mine, Canada

By: Sheila Barradas     14th April 2017 A palladium mine about 90 km north-west of Thunder Bay, in Ontario. 

Bisie project to benefit from forecast tin shortfall

By: Simone Liedtke     10th February 2017 The Bisie tin project’s Mpama North prospect in North Kivu province in the eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is one of the most significant tin deposits in the world, Alphamin Resources CEO Boris Kamstra explains to Mining Weekly - no other undeveloped tin asset has as... 

Proposed amendments to residue stockpiles and deposits regulations welcomed

By: Ilan Solomons     20th January 2017 Environmental Affairs Minister Edna Molewa in November published the proposed amendments to the Regulations Regarding the Planning and Management of Residue Stockpiles and Residue Deposits for comment. Law firm Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyr (CDH) environmental director Sandra Gore explains that the... 

Quality Equipment Directly Impacts Safety and Efficiency

12th January 2017 The mining industry is supported by a vast system of pumps and pipes. Whether to transport slurries filled with product or to siphon away waste and excess water, pumps surround the operation. However, mined materials are not always soft, safe, and easy to handle. A lot of damage can be done to... 

Drone solution offers built-in compliance features

By: Simone Liedtke     25th November 2016 Mining companies need to be able to track their daily operations and have full visibility of their sites in real time without having to worry about putting in place time-consuming administrative systems to comply with the complex regulatory regimen for commercial drones, says commercial drone... 

Arint South Africa  

13th September 2016 Arint South Africa is a South Africa-based international professional engineering services company, originally established in 2002 in Lyon, France. Since then, Arint has expanded worldwide with its customers and their needs. The South Africa head office is now in Centurion, Gauteng, though the... 

AMD technology a hot topic in South Africa

By: Robyn Wilkinson     26th August 2016 Finnish specialist in hydrometallurgical treatment technology Global EcoProcess Services Oy (EPSE) launched a treatment for acid mine drainage (AMD) in South Africa in July, which it claims is a cost-effective, one-step process that can integrate with the existing technology and equipment used by... 

Massive Vlakfontein investment to meet hazardous waste challenge

By: Liezille Vermeulen     6th July 2016 A R250-m hazardous waste management plant – built to comply with stringent new environmental guidelines, and the first new hazardous waste landfill site in South Africa in 20 years - has been opened in Vlakfontein 

Finns unveil acid mine water fix  

By: Martin Creamer     5th July 2016 A Finnish technology innovator on Tuesday unveiled a new and different solution to the problem of acid mine drainage (AMD). Global EcoProcess Services Oy (EPSE) provides a technology that extracts saleable metals from AMD and produces purified clean water. 

Exploration, mining expected to grow in importance for cement producer PPC 

By: Martin Creamer     3rd May 2016 The medium-term game plan of African cement producer PPC is to find new resources needed by its operations, which will probably require it to engage in some form of exploration and eventual mining close to where urban development is expected in Africa. Over time, the resources side of the... 

New Mining Charter has many shortcomings, especially for communities

21st April 2016 Although aimed at reducing the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment (BBBE) shortcomings of the current Mining Charter, the revised Charter gazetted on 15 April 2016 fails in two vital ways, according to the Bench Marks Foundation.   It does not adequately address the drastic imbalance between... 

Company targets mining waste

By: Lynne Jackson     18th March 2016 The energy-intensive mining industry can benefit from waste-management company Interwaste’s refuse-derived fuel (RDF) plant in terms of more effective waste management and a reduced carbon footprint. Interwaste is focusing on the South African mining industry, which has come under fire for its... 

Coal-to-power project ready for bid submission

19th February 2016 Energy company Shumba Energy (SE) has made significant progress on its Mabesekwa Export Independent Power Plant (MEIPP) project, which will be ready for bid submission by mid-2016. The project is located in the Mabesekwa village in Botswana’s Central District. Shumba has started with the bankable... 

New machine to recycle SA’s waste mining tyre stockpiles

By: Mia Breytenbach     5th February 2016 Vanderbijlpark-based machine building company Nicaud Trading has developed a tyre-recycling shredder to process and recycle waste off-the-road (OTR) tyres for the local mining industry. In joint venture (JV) with newly formed recycling company Kabusha OTR this will result in a solution to the... 

Enviro review of prospective Donlin gold project up for public scrutiny

By: Natalie Greve     1st December 2015 Marking a significant permitting milestone in the progress of the Donlin gold project, in Alaska, towards production, the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) has published the project’s draft environmental-impact statement (DEIS), opening the process up for public comment. Operator Donlin Gold was... 

Service provider sustains holistic approach to mining projects

By: Malusi Mkhize     6th November 2015 Despite Africa being considered a high-risk mining environment, professional multidisciplinary services provider SMEC South Africa has sustained its holistic approach to African mining projects on account of its company profile, says SMEC South Africa resources GM Gerrit Lok.   Our profile... 

New mining-residue stockpile regulations stricter than under MPRDA

By: David Oliveira     6th November 2015 The new regulations concerning the planning and management of residue stockpiles and deposits under the National Environmental Management Waste Act (Nemwa) will require greater characterisation and classification of waste streams generated by mining activities, such as tailings and waste rock... 

Comminution pilot projects successfully completed

By: Kimberley Smuts     2nd October 2015 Crushing and milling equipment developer Energy and Densification Systems (EDS) completed  pilot projects in the cement and chrome industries in June this year where it successfully implemented its Multishaft Mill. The EDS Multishaft Mill can be applied in a wide variety of industry sectors,... 

Mosaic settles with EPA, Florida and Louisiana over waste management claims

By: Henry Lazenby     1st October 2015 Mosaic Fertilizer, a subsidiary of NYSE-listed The Mosaic Company, has reached settlements with federal and state environmental agencies to resolve claims involving the company's management of certain on-site waste materials at its fertiliser manufacturing facilities in Florida and Louisiana.... 

Aguia’s Brazil phosphate project shows promise

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     19th August 2015 A preliminary economic assessment (PEA) of ASX-listed Aguia Resources’ Tres Estradas phosphate project, in Brazil, has indicated that the project could deliver a net present value of $273-million and an internal rate of return of 25%. A re-estimation of the capital cost and yearly production... 

First
Prev
1
2 3 4 5 6 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