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Bell placing strong new emphasis on underground mining equipment advance
22nd September 2023 By: Martin Creamer

With a legacy spanning decades and a reputation for pioneering advancements, South Africa’s Bell Equipment is now placing strong new emphasis on advancing underground mining equipment. Currently a producer of low-profile underground mining trucks... 


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Amerigo’s MVC mine resumes normal operations
22nd September 2023 By: Cameron Mackay

Minera Valle Central (MVC), Amerigo Resources mine near Rancagua, in Chile, has resumed normal production after removing more than 2.2-million m2 of water from the Cauquenes historical tailings... 


Pacgold raises A$3.2m for exploration
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Junior gold explorer Pacgold will raise A$3.2-million in a share placement to institutional and sophisticated investors. The junior will issue 16.7-million shares at a price of 19c each under its... 


Electricity Minister Kgosietsho Ramokgopa says Eskom has provided a response to the issues raised in the appeal
Early Kusile restart uncertain as Creecy adjudicates emissions appeal
22nd September 2023 By: Terence Creamer

The Department of Fisheries, Forestry and the Environment (DFFE) has confirmed that Minister Barbara Creecy is still adjudicating an appeal of the National Air Quality Officer’s (NAQO’s) decision... 


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Canada, Japan agree to work more closely on battery supply chains
22nd September 2023 By: Reuters

Canada and Japan on Thursday agreed to work more closely together to establishing sustainable and reliable global battery supply chains, the Canadian government said in a statement. The two sides... 


Sigma Lithium signs supply deal with Glencore
Sigma Lithium signs supply deal with Glencore
22nd September 2023 By: Reuters

Miner Sigma Lithium said on Thursday it would supply more than 20 000 t of the mineral to commodity trader Glencore amid rising demand for the key element used in electric vehicle batteries. The... 


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Southern Copper sees Peru output hitting 400 000 t this year
22nd September 2023 By: Reuters

Southern Copper, controlled by Grupo Mexico, expects its production of the red metal in Peru to bounce 17% this year to 400 000 metric tons, a senior executive told Reuters, driving the firm's... 


Pakistan's PM invites Rio Tinto to explore investment opportunities
22nd September 2023 By: Reuters

Pakistan's Prime Minister extended an invitation to Rio Tinto group's CEO to visit the country to explore investment opportunities further in a meeting in New York on Thursday. The CEO of Rio... 


Fortescue abandons carbon offset scheme
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Iron-ore major and green energy developer Fortescue will forgo buying carbon offsets from this financial year onwards. The miner said in a statement on Friday that all funds allocated to carbon... 


Lefroy raises funds for exploration
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Junior Lefroy Exploration has received firm commitments to raise A$6.2-million to fund nickel and gold exploration in Western Australia. The company on Friday said it will place some... 


King to hold critical mineral talks in the UK and EU
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Federal Resources Minister Madeleine King will hold bilateral talks with ministerial counterparts from Germany, the EU, France and the UK around Australia’s supply of critical minerals. The... 


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Tivan appoints Hatch to review Speewah
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Critical minerals company Tivan has appointed engineering group Hatch to conduct an engineering review on the prefeasibility study of the salt roast processing pathway for its Speewah... 


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RCF sells Ausenco to US investment firms
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Private equity firm Resource Capital Funds (RCF) has announced plans to sell global engineering firm Ausenco to US investment firms Eldridge, Brightstar Capital Partners and Claure Group, in a deal... 


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Strike likely to end at Chevron operations
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Industrial action at the US Gorgon and Wheatstone liquefied natural gas (LNG) operations could come to a close as unions and US energy major Chevron agreed to a deal proposed by the Fair Work... 


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Another Rio blast damages rock shelter
22nd September 2023 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Diversified miner Rio Tinto on Friday said it was working with traditional owners in the Pilbara after blasting operations at its Nammuldi iron-ore mine impacted an ancient rock shelter. “As part... 


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HIGHER GRADE: The Mbombela-based Manganese Metal Company’s manganese refinery, built in 1974 to beneficiate manganese minerals mined in South Africa’s Hotazel’s region, produces two high-grade (99.9% pure), selenium-free manganese products, including flakes (seen here) and powder. Manganese is a key mineral used in lithium-ion batteries, steel, specialty alloys and even aluminium beverage cans, among others. The refinery – the only one of its kind outside of China which produces the highest-quality of refined manganese globally – is eyeing significant expansion, with intentions to add a brownfields 5000 t/y plant to the existing28000 t/y electrolytic manganese metal plant, which will target demand stemming from the expanding global battery electric vehicle market. Photograph: Creamer Media Chief Photographer Donna Slater
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The Mbombela-based Manganese Metal Company’s manganese refinery, built in 1974 to beneficiate manganese minerals mined in South Africa’s Hotazel’s region, produces two high-grade (99.9% pure),... 

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Regulators must investigate accuracy of unsafe mine cable warnings

Concern has again been expressed about incidents. in particularly underground coal mining situations, where trailing cables and couplers are reportedly failing during use. The representatives of... 

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As D-Day for the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement (MTBPS) approaches, it is evident that the National Treasury will need to go against the political grain if it is to achieve its objective of... 

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Heidie Ziervogel, head: New Ways of Working (Centre of Excellence) at Nedbank
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This week we profile Heidie Ziervogel, head: New Ways of Working (Centre of Excellence) at Nedbank  

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TRAIN WRECK

The collapse in the performance of Transnet is well documented. The State-owned freight logistics group has been left broke and broken and there are growing indications that it too will be seeking... 

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