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Dylan Slater

Dylan Slater

Dylan Slater is a Creamer Media Staff Writer and Photographer for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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ZINC BOOST FOR NORTHERN CAPE:

18th January 2019 A Caterpillar 789-series rigid dump truck exits one of the three pits at the $400-million Gamsberg zinc project of diversified miner Vedanta. The London-listed India-rooted Vedanta is ready to launch Phase 1 of the mine in the lead-up to achieving its production target of 600 000 t/y. In Phase 1,... 

NEW FACILITY

14th December 2018 The southern Africa division of Japanese yellow metal equipment manufacturer Komatsu, opened its new R985-million facility, in Germiston, Johannesburg. The campus comprises the company’s head office operations, Gauteng branch and training centre, equipment workshop and parts distribution centre.... 

NEW GOLD PROCESING PLANT:

7th December 2018 The Springs-based Modder East operation of gold miner Gold One International unveiled its new R100-million processing plant expansion on November 23. The bankable feasibility study for the mine had expected it to produce 70 000 t/m, producing just over a million ounces over a nine-year life, with... 

ELECTRA INNOVATION WINNER:

28th September 2018 The winner of the International Innovator Mechanical Award at the 2018 Electra Mining Africa exhibition for its gravity assist system was Canadian independent tyre dealer Kal Tire. The system’s mechanical arm allows technicians weightlessly, precisely and safely to manoeuvre tools and parts on... 

Focus turns to nonexplosives-based rock breaking as quest for safer, more-efficient mining intensifies

21st September 2018 The South African mining industry, once the backbone of economic growth, intensive job creation and development, is declining constantly, owing to the slow rates of research and development into newer, safer, modernised, mechanised and continuous mining methods. A key pillar of improving mining... 

Focus turns to nonexplosives-based rock breaking as quest for safer, more-efficient mining intensifies

21st September 2018 The South African mining industry, once the backbone of economic growth, intensive job creation and development, is declining constantly, owing to the slow rates of research and development into newer, safer, modernised, mechanised and continuous mining methods. A key pillar of improving mining... 

SA mines relying heavily on unskilled workers despite Industry 4.0 gaining traction

13th July 2018 Contrary to the expected move towards employing a higher number of skilled personnel at mines to catalyse modernisation and mechanisation targets, the South African mining industry has backtracked, employing a significant number of unskilled personnel instead, according to a report compiled by... 

SA mines relying heavily on unskilled workers despite Industry 4.0 gaining traction

13th July 2018 Contrary to the expected move towards employing a higher number of skilled personnel at mines to catalyse modernisation and mechanisation targets, the South African mining industry has backtracked, employing a significant number of unskilled personnel instead, according to a report compiled by... 

Canada’s Nautilus aiming to start marine mining in 2019 despite enviro concerns

1st June 2018 Deep-sea mining is yet to become a major mining activity, and not much is known about undersea deposits of minerals. However, some role-players in the mining industry are claiming that the deep-sea floor could be host to an abundant and untapped resource of highly sought-after commodities, which... 

Canada’s Nautilus aiming to start marine mining in 2019 despite enviro concerns

1st June 2018 Deep-sea mining is yet to become a major mining activity, and not much is known about undersea deposits of minerals. However, some role-players in the mining industry are claiming that the deep-sea floor could be host to an abundant and untapped resource of highly sought-after commodities, which... 

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