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University of Fort Hare Vice-Chancellor Professor Sakhela Buhlungu (left) and South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa.
University of Fort Hare Vice-Chancellor Professor Sakhela Buhlungu (left) and South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Global gold mining major highlights academic partnership with South Africa’s Fort Hare
21st June 2024 By: Martin Creamer

The University of Fort Hare, where the offspring of mineworkers were the first graduates, has agreed a R12.5-million, initial ten-year academic partnership with gold mining major AngloGold Ashanti, which no longer mines in this country and is now... 


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Alicanto makes board changes in new growth strategy push
21st June 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Exploration company Alicanto Minerals has made several board and management changes as part of a new growth strategy that will see it review potential project acquisitions. Raymon Shorrocks has... 


Aurubis names Toralf Haag as new CEO after board overhaul
21st June 2024 By: Bloomberg

Copper producer Aurubis has named Toralf Haag as its new CEO, completing an overhaul of its board in the wake of a giant raw-materials fraud. Haag will take over from Roland Harings, after the... 


McEwen advances new mine at Fox Complex
21st June 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Canada-based McEwen Mining is developing a new mining operation at the Stock property of the Fox Complex, in Timmins, Ontario. The Stock property, which includes the former Stock mill and mine,... 


SQM to join Talga in Swedish lithium project
21st June 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Battery materials and technology company Talga Group has entered into an earn-in agreement with lithium miner Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile (SQ) over the Aero project, in Sweden. Under the... 


China's coal imports from Russia rise to eight-month high in May
21st June 2024 By: Reuters

Russia's coal shipments to China rose to the highest level in eight months in May after Moscow suspended export duties, official data showed on Thursday. Russia's coal exports to China rose to... 


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Ex-BlackRock exec calls for unity to fight climate change
21st June 2024 By: Bloomberg

Paul Bodnar, BlackRock’s former chief of sustainable investing, said climate activists need to stop “demonizing” the fossil-fuel industry for advances to be made on the environmental front.... 


Canada oil sands group removes online content over federal anti-greenwashing rules
Canada oil sands group removes online content over federal anti-greenwashing rules
21st June 2024 By: Reuters

he Pathways Alliance, a group of Canada's biggest oil sands producers, has removed all content about environmental goals from its website and social media pages, citing "significant uncertainty"... 


Pilbara Minerals eyes A$1.2bn road to double lithium output
Pilbara Minerals eyes A$1.2bn road to double lithium output
21st June 2024 By: Reuters

Pilbara Minerals, Australia's biggest independent lithium producer, on Friday laid out a A$1.2-billion plan to double production capacity for lithium spodumene at its Pilgangoora operation in... 


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Evion ramping up graphite production in India
Evion ramping up graphite production in India
20th June 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

The Panthera expandable graphite facility, in India, has largely concluded its testing and production ramp up, with full production of at least 150 t set to be reached in the short term. Panthera... 


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Key EV battery material can come from a surprising source: methane
20th June 2024 By: Bloomberg

Graphite is key to manufacturing the lithium-ion batteries that power everything from electric cars to smartphones. While China is the world’s top producer and exporter of the crystalline carbon,... 


Australian mining sector faces surge in insolvency rates
Australian mining sector faces surge in insolvency rates
20th June 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

In a stark indicator of economic strain, the Australian mining sector has witnessed a dramatic 41% surge in its failure rate year-on-year as of May, according to the latest data from credit... 


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Dwyka highlights new drone technology at showcase
20th June 2024 By: Darren Parker

Mining technology company Dwyka Mining Services has announced the launch of several new drone technology services through its partnerships with drone technology companies Wingtra, Emesent and now... 


Marula finalising arrangement for first sales from Blesberg project
20th June 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Africa-focused battery metals investment and exploration company Marula Mining’s executive management team is finalising the outstanding logistics and export arrangements for the initial 500 t of... 


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Green copper, vapour refining envisaged at Orion’s Northern Cape base metals mines
20th June 2024 By: Martin Creamer

Green copper and clean smelting and refining are envisaged at Orion Minerals’ quickly advancing base metals mines in South Africa’s well-endowed Northern Cape province, which has historically... 


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EXPORT SHIFT: Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) is sceptical about South Africa’s plans to produce electric vehicles for export to developed markets and is instead focusing on sustaining outlets for its internal combustion engine vehicles, notably the Polo, seen here being assembled at its Kariega plant. VWSA MD Martina Biene is quoted by Bloomberg as saying that Europe “won’t call on us to make battery electric vehicles” as there is enough capacity on the continent where transport costs are lower. Photograph: Bloomberg
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Volkswagen South Africa (VWSA) is sceptical about South Africa’s plans to produce electric vehicles for export to developed markets and is instead focusing on sustaining outlets for its internal... 

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Democratisation of South Africa’s public market system is a must

South Africa’s democracy is 30 years old but, in that time, its public market system has failed to be democratised. Admittedly, large institutions on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange are investing... 

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Defusing CBAM

South Africa is strenuously opposing the European Union’s (EU’s) Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) that, under its evolving design and coverage, could have a significant impact on the... 

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This week we profile Ingrid Osborne, CEO of Saryx, which specialises in integration solutions for industrial control and automation, ICT, rail monitoring, and document management and compliance 

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The World Bank Port Index, which ranked South African ports near to the bottom of the global pile, is backward-looking and is, thus, not fully reflective of recent efforts made to address... 

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