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Mamaili Mamaila

Mamaili Mamaila

Mamaili Mamaila is a Creamer Media Writer and Social Media Specialist for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Xanthates alternatives more effective – supplier

14th August 2020 The differential flotation of polymetallic sulphide ores, including copper, lead and zinc, are a common practice where these metals are mined from the same ore deposit. 

More to zinc than what is commonly known

14th August 2020 Baby bum cream, fertiliser and roof tiles all have one thing in common: the lesser-known, but incredibly pervasive mineral zinc. 

Sustainability measures, partnerships to ensure sector’s longevity

14th August 2020 As the research by the Global Battery Alliance (GBA) found, the demand for batteries is expected to increase 19 times by 2030, which constitutes one of the highest purchase orders the mining industry has seen to date. 

Positive metals markets to drive ERG’s asset development

14th August 2020 Diversified resources producer Eurasian Resources Group’s (ERG’s) portfolio of copper and cobalt assets in Africa, particularly those in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), are key to its long-term development plans, and the current copper and cobalt market dynamics support its ambitions. 

Women representation agenda is at even odds – WiMSA

7th August 2020 The South African mining sector has improved significantly in terms of the representation of women, compared with the situation ten years ago, says mining industry organisation Women in Mining South Africa (WiMSA). 

Kenmare accelerates women-focused diversity agenda

7th August 2020 Dual-listed titanium minerals and zircon producer Kenmare Resources is focused on increasing the number of women in its workforce as the company recognises that diversity, particularly gender diversity, is a key driver of business success.  

Women forge ahead on level playing field

7th August 2020 While the mining, construction, manufacturing, and health and safety sectors were once male-dominated, the women heading global solutions company SafetySA’s business units have upended the stereotypes, proving that South Africa’s women need nothing more than a level playing field to forge ahead.  

Women representation in mining ‘getting there’

7th August 2020 Women have definitely been taking up more opportunities in the mining sector, and this is even evident when visiting underground operations, says explosives and blasting company BME. 

Forums advancing women representation

7th August 2020 Specialty chemicals company Clariant – which is focused on sustainability and innovation – strongly believes in diversity and inclusion within the company. 

Local industry pressurised by ‘cheap imports’

31st July 2020 As multinational corporations continue to make inroads into the South Africa market, the thermoplastic valves sector is finding it challenging to compete in an already difficult business environment. 

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