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Internal combustion engines are not going anywhere, says Northam’s Dunne
12th April 2024 By: Darren Parker

Platinum group metals (PGM) miner Northam Platinum CEO Paul Dunne firmly believes internal combustion engines (ICEs) are here to stay for the foreseeable future, which, in his view, will mean salvation for PGM miners that are struggling to remain... 


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Marula progressing sales agreements for Blesberg by-products
12th April 2024 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

Africa-focused mining and development company Marula Mining is now progressing sales agreements with Fujax UK and a number of other parties in South Africa for the sale of the by-product minerals... 


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Unisa, Palabora sign MoU to facilitate strategic collaboration
12th April 2024 By: Darren Parker

A memorandum of understanding (MoU) has been signed between the University of South Africa’s (Unisa’s) College of Science, Engineering and Technology (CSET) and copper mining company Palabora... 


Sierra Rutile unveils DFS for Sembehun project
Sierra Rutile unveils DFS for Sembehun project
12th April 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Takeover target Sierra Rutile has unveiled the results of its definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the Sembehun project, underscoring the transformative impact of the rutile project, located in... 


Congo seeks outside advice on imposing cobalt export curbs
Congo seeks outside advice on imposing cobalt export curbs
12th April 2024 By: Bloomberg

The Democratic Republic of Congo, the top cobalt producer, is sounding out advice from international industry organizations over measures to raise the battery metal’s price, including through... 


Gold hits fresh high as Mideast tensions boost haven demand
Gold hits fresh high as Mideast tensions boost haven demand
12th April 2024 By: Reuters

Gold touched a fresh record as Israel prepared for a strike by Iran or its proxies, and traders mulled the latest US economic data. Bullion climbed as much as 1% to $2 395.48 in early Asia hours.... 


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Hydrogen, PGMs, underground mine energy storage make headlines
Hydrogen, PGMs, underground mine energy storage make headlines
12th April 2024

In this week's episode of Second Take, Mining Weekly Editor Martin Creamer discusses hydrogen’s role as a global energy solution; the market development of the full PGMs basket being essential; and... 


US moves closer to approving ioneer's Nevada lithium mine
US moves closer to approving ioneer's Nevada lithium mine
Updated 40 minutes ago By: Reuters

The US Bureau of Land Management (BLM) moved a step closer on Friday to approving ioneer's Rhyolite Ridge lithium mine in Nevada, a project that would be a key supplier of the electric vehicle... 


Nickel developer Horizonte’s financing efforts fail
Nickel developer Horizonte’s financing efforts fail
Updated 1 hour 56 minutes ago By: Mariaan Webb

London- and Toronto-listed Horizonte Minerals has failed to secure financing for its Araguaia nickel project, in Brazil, and is compelled to explore other options that may put shareholder value at... 


Gold Road confirms interest in Canada’s Greenstone Gold Mines
Gold Road confirms interest in Canada’s Greenstone Gold Mines
Updated 2 hours 26 minutes ago By: Mariaan Webb

Australian mining company Gold Road Resources has responded to media speculation circulating in The Australian regarding its potential acquisition of an interest in Greenstone Gold Mines, located... 


The new restrictions are at curbing President Vladimir Putin’s ability to fund his military
Metals spike on LME after Russian supply hit by US, UK sanctions
Updated 5 hours ago By: Bloomberg

Aluminum and nickel surged on the London Metal Exchange as traders responded to new US and UK sanctions that banned deliveries of any Russian supplies produced after midnight on Friday. The new... 


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The new restrictions are at curbing President Vladimir Putin’s ability to fund his military
Metals spike on LME after Russian supply hit by US, UK sanctions
Updated 6 hours ago By: Bloomberg

Aluminum and nickel surged on the London Metal Exchange as traders responded to new US and UK sanctions that banned deliveries of any Russian supplies produced after midnight on Friday. The new... 


France wants to revive copper mining and speed up green projects
Updated 6 hours ago By: Bloomberg

France plans measures to revive copper mining and speed up lithium and geothermal energy projects to help reduce dependency on imports and hit climate targets. European countries are trying to... 


Workers protest outside the shuttered Cobre Panama mine
Panama’s $10bn mine closure casts a shadow over election and bonds
Updated 6 hours ago By: Bloomberg

Six months after violent protests rocked Panama, the country’s politicians are on edge and foreign investors are staying away. The demonstrations, which started among local unions and university... 


Woodside under climate pressure from Australia's pension body
Woodside under climate pressure from Australia's pension body
12th April 2024 By: Bloomberg

Some of Australia’s top pension funds have been advised to oppose Woodside Energy Group’s climate strategy, potentially adding pressure on the energy producer over its approach to emissions. The... 


Stanmore appoints Brennan as nonexec director
12th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Queensland coal miner Stanmore Resources has appointed Keira Brennan an independent nonexecutive director. Brennan has more than 30 years’ experience advising in the energy and resources sector and... 


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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.
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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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