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Chanel de Bruyn is Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor Online for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Thungela to gain full ownership of Zibulo colliery and the Elders project

24th November 2022 South African thermal coal exporter Thungela Resources has reached an agreement with its black economic empowerment partner Inyosi Coal to acquire the 27% interest in Anglo American Inyosi Coal (AAIC) currently owned by Inyosi in exchange for shares in Thungela. Upon completion of the... 

Independent study confirms potential for Centamin to expand its Sukari underground operations

15th November 2022 LSE- and TSX-listed Centamin reports that an independent option study has confirmed the potential of its expanding the Sukari Underground mine, in Egypt, to 1.5-million tonnes a year of ore milled. This is at the upper end of the previously indicated range and represents a 31% increase in ore... 

Sibanye's South African PGMs output falls on power curtailments, copper cable theft

3rd November 2022 Battery and precious metals producer Sibanye-Stillwater has maintained its full-year production guidance for its South African platinum group metals (PGMs) operations at between 1.75-million and 1.8-million ounces of platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold (4E), despite third-quarter production... 

De Beers' third-quarter output rises on higher grades, strong production in Namibia

27th October 2022 Diamond miner De Beers – a subsidiary of diversified mining group Anglo American – increased its rough diamond production by 4% year-on-year to 9.6-million carats for the third quarter ended September 30. The higher output was achieved on the back of the treatment of higher-grade ore at Orapa, in... 

Amplats' third-quarter refined output falls on Polokwana smelter rebuild, loadshedding

27th October 2022 Platinum group metals (PGMs) miner Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) reported a 6% year-on-year decrease in total PGM production to 1.05-million ounces for the third quarter. Production was, however, 1% higher compared with the second quarter of this year. 

Kumba lowers full-year export sales guidance following Transnet strike

27th October 2022 South African iron-ore miner Kumba Iron Ore has revised its full-year export sales guidance lower to between 36-million and 37-million tonnes, compared with the previously guided 38-million to 40-million tonnes, as a result of low levels of finished stock at the Port of Saldanha Bay, rail... 

Jubilee sees ‘tremendous’ growth potential after completing expansion programme

25th October 2022 London- and Johannesburg-listed Jubilee Metals Group has met its production targets for the financial year ended June 30, after having completed its capitalisation and expansion programme. Over the past 18 months, the company implemented a £58-million capital expansion (capex_ project to acquire... 

Bushveld considering renewable self-generation options for Vanchem

25th October 2022 Vertically integrated primary vanadium producer Bushveld Minerals achieved “solid” production for the quarter ended September 30, despite the negative impact of loadshedding on its Vanchem operation, in particular. Bushveld CEO Fortune Mojapelo attributed the good production performance to the... 

Thungela says Transnet strike unlikely to have significant impact on export sales

6th October 2022 Coal miner Thungela Resources says it does not expect a strike by State-owned Transnet's rail and port employees to have a significant impact on its coal sales for the fourth quarter, unless the industrial action is protracted. "Rail constraints over recent months have resulted in relatively high... 

Buffalo Coal confirms $27m loan will soon transfer to new owner Belvedere

2nd September 2022 TSX-V- and JSE-listed Buffalo Coal has advised that private investment fund Resource Capital Fund (RCF) has concluded, for the most part, the sale of convertible debt of $27-million to Belvedere Resources, following Belvedere’s acquisition of RCF’s controlling stake in Buffalo.   RCF disposed of... 

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