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Minerals Council South Africa setting out to boost local demand for green hydrogen
Updated 4 hours ago By: Martin Creamer

Minerals Council South Africa is focused on increasing the domestic demand for green hydrogen, which it sees as contributing to the kickstarting of the hydrogen economy in South Africa. “The applications that we’re looking at are stationary as... 


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Glencore acts to profit from LME post-sanction rule change
Glencore acts to profit from LME post-sanction rule change
Updated 5 hours ago By: Reuters

Mining and trading house Glencore aims to take thousands of metric tons of Russian aluminium from the London Metal Exchange (LME) and return it at a later date to profit from rule changes, three... 


Western Copper upsizes offering to $40m
17th April 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Project developer Western Copper and Gold has upsized its bought-deal public offering to fund permitting and engineering work at its Casino project, in Yukon, to $40-million. The TSX- and NYSE... 


McEwen to acquire Timberline Resources
17th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

NYSE- and TSX-listed McEwen Mining has announced the acquisition of TSX-V-listed Timberline Resources, a move that will bolster its presence in Nevada’s mining sector. Under the terms of the... 


Peabody eyes coking coal expansion at Aus mine
17th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Coal miner Peabody is developing a 130-million-ton, 25-year-plus mine plan for the Centurion complex, in the Bowen basin of Queensland. The mine plan incorporates the newly acquired Wards Well... 


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Alpha HPA and Renascor score A$585m in loans for critical minerals projects
17th April 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese on Wednesday announced the federal government’s support for two critical minerals projects in Queensland and South Australia, a move aimed at fostering... 


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Rio Tinto CEO Jacob Stausholm says the group delivered stable operating results in the first quarter.
Rio Tinto reports dip in first-quarter iron-ore shipments
17th April 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Diversified mining group Rio Tinto has reported lower first-quarter iron-ore shipments of 78-million tonnes, amounting to a 5% year-on-year decline. The company attributed the dip to weather... 


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Rinehart takes stake in Lynas Rare Earths, shares jump
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Australia's richest person, Gina Rinehart, become a substantial shareholder in Lynas Rare Earths, the largest producer of rare earths outside of China, an exchange filing showed late on Tuesday.... 


US to reject access road to northern Alaska mining district, Politico reports
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

The Biden administration is set to reject the construction of an access road to the Ambler mining district in northern Alaska, Politico reported on Tuesday, citing two people with knowledge on the... 


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Rio Tinto aims to keep Resolution's copper in US, executive says
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Rio Tinto aims to keep all of the copper from its Resolution mine inside the United States should the long-delayed and controversial project win regulatory approval, a senior executive said on... 


First-quarter production was buoyed by Vale's S11D mine, in Para state.
Vale's iron-ore output up 6% in first quarter, sales jump
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Brazilian miner Vale on Tuesday reported growth of 6.1% in its first-quarter iron-ore production from a year earlier, driven by improved output from a key project in northern Brazil, while sales in... 


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Rio Tinto copper boss says building mines is better than buying
17th April 2024 By: Bloomberg

Rio Tinto Group’s copper head says he sees much more value in building mines rather than buying existing assets — comments that may disappoint industry observers anticipating another spate of... 


Copper's February performance was due in part to a 219.4% production boost from Glencore's Antapaccay mine.
Peru copper production growth near 13% in February
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Peru's copper production grew 12.7% in February to reach 216 752 metric tons, the country's energy and mining ministry said on Tuesday. Peru is one of the world's top producers of copper, and... 


Codelco CEO vows to pursue community buy-in over lithium expansion
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Chile's State-run miner Codelco has made progress in negotiating with local communities over lithium mining and will keep working to win their support, CEO Ruben Alvarado said on Tuesday, a day... 


Canada unions brace for 2025 labour crunch in oil sands maintenance season
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Annual maintenance on Canada's oil sands plants is forecast to cause no more disruption than usual this year, but trade union officials are warning of a labour crunch during Alberta's 2025... 


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Canada to give Indigenous groups loan guarantees for resource projects
17th April 2024 By: Reuters

Canada will provide up to C$5-billion in loan guarantees to help Indigenous groups invest in natural resource projects, the Liberal government said in its annual budget on Tuesday. The program... 


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Magazine round up | 12 April 2024
Magazine round up | 12 April 2024

A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader. 

GREEN LETTER DAY: Deutsche Post’s last night flights transporting mail between northern and southern Germany took place in the early hours of March 28, ending a near 63-year airmail service that had operated since September 1961. The shift to road will result an 80% fall in carbon dioxide emissions on affected routes. The move is being facilitated by legislative reforms allowing the company to deliver 95% of domestic mail within three working days, instead of the previous stipulation that 80% of letters be delivered on the next working day.
GREEN LETTER DAY

Deutsche Post’s last night flights transporting mail between northern and southern Germany took place in the early hours of March 28, ending a near 63-year airmail service that had operated since... 

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Excellent mining-linked agri opportunity on Far West Rand must now be accelerated

Gauteng’s Far West Rand mining-linked area has always had excellent agricultural potential. In fact, the area had all the makings of a colossal market garden had early mining not dewatered the... 

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Attitudinal shift

It is estimated that about 2.5 GW of rooftop solar was installed across South Africa last year; a trend that was expected to continue at the start of this year given that some 5 GW of solar panels... 

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Renier van Rooyen, group business systems executive at Multotec
Renier van Rooyen

This week we profile Renier van Rooyen, group business systems executive at Multotec, a supplier of mineral processing equipment 

UNDERWHELMED: While voters will receive three quite different looking ballots on May 29, this seeming increase in choice is not necessarily translating into greater excitement. Yes, some independents will feature for the first time and, yes, there are some interesting new parties. But with some form of coalition likely, voter enthusiasm has been dampened by the poor performance of such arrangements at the municipal level. Before treating the day as a day off, however, South Africans would do well to remember the sacrifices made to ensure that all adult citizens have the right to vote.
UNDERWHELMED

While voters will receive three quite different looking ballots on May 29, this seeming increase in choice is not necessarily translating into greater excitement. Yes, some independents will... 

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