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Mining Charter III part of efforts to bring ‘equality to reality’ – Mantashe

7th June 2019 The latest (third) iteration of the Mining Charter must not be viewed in isolation, but rather seen within the context of the socioeconomic transformation of South Africa, affirmed Minerals Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe in a keynote address to a recent colloquium hosted by the... 

Mining Charter III part of efforts to bring ‘equality to reality’ – Mantashe

7th June 2019 The latest (third) iteration of the Mining Charter must not be viewed in isolation, but rather seen within the context of the socioeconomic transformation of South Africa, affirmed Minerals Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe in a keynote address to a recent colloquium hosted by the... 

Severe rains hit Moatize coal operation in first quarter

24th May 2019 Brazilian mining group Vale has reported that very heavy rains significantly reduced production at its Moatize coal operation in the Tete province of Mozambique during the first quarter of this year (1Q19). Total 1Q19 coal production of 2.2-million tons was almost 29% down on the figure for the... 

Mining industry’s image in tatters following deadly Brazilian tailings dam collapse

10th May 2019 At 1.00 PM, local time, on January 25 this year, the deactivated Tailings Dam 1 of the Córrego do Feijão (“Bean Stream”) iron ore mine, owned by Brazil’s world-renowned mining group Vale and located near the small town of Brumadinho in the Brazilian State of Minas Gerais, suddenly collapsed. The... 

Mining industry’s image in tatters following deadly Brazilian tailings dam collapse

10th May 2019 At 1.00 PM, local time, on January 25 this year, the deactivated Tailings Dam 1 of the Córrego do Feijão (“Bean Stream”) iron ore mine, owned by Brazil’s world-renowned mining group Vale and located near the small town of Brumadinho in the Brazilian State of Minas Gerais, suddenly collapsed. The... 

Kumba maintains 2019 guidance, despite first-quarter production dip

3rd May 2019 With the release of its “Production and Sales Report” for the first quarter of this year (Q1 2019), Kumba Iron Ore Limited, part of the Anglo American plc group, has reaffirmed its guidance for total 2019 production and sales, issued in February (when it announced its annual results for 2018).... 

Mining must both prepare for the 4th Industrial Revolution and also transform – Mantashe

30th April 2019 Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has warned that the South African mining industry must carry out skills development to prepare itself and its employees for the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Automated mining activities were no longer scarce, he pointed out; the 4IR was coming. He... 

Macau’s decision to join Kimberley Process attracting Angolan interest in the territory

26th April 2019 The Government of Macau, a Special Administrative Region of China, which was ruled by Portugal from 1557 to 1999 (442 years) and which retains strong ties with the Lusophone world, hopes that joining the Kimberley Process will strengthen its trade relations with Angola. “There are companies in... 

Kumba reports fall in production during first quarter but remains upbeat for year

25th April 2019 With the release of its “Production and Sales Report” for the first quarter of this year (Q1 2019), Kumba Iron Ore Limited, part of the Anglo American plc group, has reaffirmed its guidance for total 2019 production and sales, issued in February (when it announced its annual results for 2018).... 

Russian, Angolan diamond groups sign MoU

19th April 2019 Russia’s predominantly State-owned global diamond mining major Alrosa and Angola’s State-owned national diamond mining company Endiama signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) early this month. This marks the latest stage in the development of the relationship between the two entities, which... 

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