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Green economy surge pushes 2023 silver industrial demand to new highs
Green economy surge pushes 2023 silver industrial demand to new highs
18th April 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Building upon the momentum of 2022’s surge in silver consumption for industrial applications, 2023 saw yet more record-breaking industrial demand, reaching 654.4-million ounces, fuelled by the expanding landscape of green economy initiatives.... 


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Sun Silver launches IPO to develop Nevada silver deposit
18th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

New silver explorer and developer Silver Sun on Thursday announced the opening of an initial public offering (IPO) on the Australian bourse, bringing to market its silver and gold project in... 


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Trudeau government urged to walk the talk on Canada's climate policies
18th April 2024 By: Reuters

Canada's federal budget on Tuesday unveiled few emissions-cutting policies, but climate advocates say the key for Justin Trudeau's Liberal government is to prioritise implementation of existing... 


Rio, Saudi Arabia said to vie for stake in First Quantum mines
Updated 2 hours 23 minutes ago By: Bloomberg

Rio Tinto Group and Saudi Arabia’s state-backed Manara Minerals Investment Co. are among suitors considering bids for a stake in First Quantum Minerals’ Zambian copper mines, according to people... 


Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman
Sibanye's Siphumelele shaft on track for May restart; Marikana 4B shaft to be shut
Updated 5 hours ago By: Creamer Media Reporter

Multinational mining and metals processing company Sibanye-Stillwater says the Siphumelele shaft at its Rustenburg operation is on schedule to resume production during May, as planned. A surface... 


Tietto posts record quarterly output
Updated 6 hours ago By: Creamer Media Reporter

Steadily improving milling rates enabled ASX-listed Tietto Minerals to reach record quarterly production of 37 111 oz of gold from its Abujar mine, in Côte d'Ivoire, for the quarter ended March 31.... 


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Higher first-quarter revenue generation sets Capital up for a year of ‘positive momentum’
Updated 7 hours ago By: Marleny Arnoldi

London-listed mining services company Capital has recorded a 3.1% year-on-year increase in revenue to $80.2-million for the quarter ended March 31, marking a good start to its financial year.... 


Centamin CEO Martin Horgan
Centamin confident of increasing production in the quarters ahead
Updated 7 hours ago By: Sabrina Jardim

LSE- and TSX-listed gold miner Centamin reports that the scheduled processing of lower-grade ore from the Sukari openpit, alongside the planned underground ventilation upgrades and mill maintenance... 


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Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana
South Africa contingency reserves won't be spent on Eskom, Transnet – Godongwana
18th April 2024 By: Reuters

South Africa will use future drawdowns of its Gold and Foreign Exchange Contingency Reserve Account to curb its debt burden, Finance Minister Enoch Godongwana said, adding he was pondering tax... 


Challenger secures another A$4m share placement
18th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

ASX-listed Challenger Gold has placed an additional A$4-million to a single investor at 8.5c a share for an one-for-one option exercisable at 14c a share. The investor approached the company and... 


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Spartan raises A$80m for Dalgaranga
18th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

ASX-listed Spartan Resources on Thursday unveiled an A$80-million fully underwritten equity raising to accelerate exploration and development of the Dalgaranga gold project, in the Murchison... 


Solaris and Ecuador communities update agreement
18th April 2024 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Toronto-listed Solaris Resources and the Shuar communities of Warints and Yawi have signed an updated impact and benefits agreement (IBA), reflecting the evolving growth and development of the... 


Air Canada employees are suspects in Toronto airport gold heist
18th April 2024 By: Bloomberg

Police have named Air Canada employees among the suspects in the theft of 6 600 gold bars from a cargo facility at the country’s busiest airport, in what’s been dubbed Canada’s largest-ever gold... 


Jubilee CEO Leon Coetzer at the Roan concentrator
Jubilee achieves record third-quarter chrome output, while copper expansion advances
18th April 2024 By: Marleny Arnoldi

Aim- and ASX-listed Jubilee Metals has achieved record production levels at its South African chrome operations, both on monthly output for March and for the quarter ended March 31 – which is the... 


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Orion shares placed on a trading halt ahead of April 22 announcement
18th April 2024 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

JSE- and ASX-listed Orion Minerals has requested an immediate trading halt to be placed on its securities, pending the release of an announcement in relation to exploration results at its Okiep... 


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BHP will announce a decision on its WA nickel operations in the coming months
BHP nears decision on WA nickel, adjusts coal guidance
18th April 2024 By: Mariaan Webb

Diversified mining company BHP is nearing a decision regarding its nickel operations in Western Australia. The company, which has been conducting a review of these assets since February, is... 


Copper producer Aurubis to grow organically rather than through deals, CEO says
Copper producer Aurubis to grow organically rather than through deals, CEO says
18th April 2024 By: Reuters

Aurubis, Europe's largest copper producer, plans to eschew large acquisitions and instead build a network of recycling facilities across the globe as part of its focus on organic growth, its CEO... 


Santos posts fall in quarterly revenue on lower production, volumes
Santos posts fall in quarterly revenue on lower production, volumes
18th April 2024 By: Reuters

Australian oil and gas producer Santos said on Thursday its first-quarter revenue fell about 14%, hurt by lower production across its product portfolio and a decline in volumes in recent months.... 


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Sedna, Haivision partner to bring video solutions to African mines, industry
17th April 2024 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

African technology innovator Sedna Industrial IT Solutions has partnered with video networking and visual collaboration solutions provider Haivision to bring industrial and mining command control... 


Standard Bank head of Southern Africa’s oil and gas coverage Paul Eardley-Taylor
South Africa needs 13 GW of gas-to-power capacity – more than the IRP envisions
17th April 2024 By: Darren Parker

Standard Bank head of Southern Africa’s oil and gas coverage Paul Eardley-Taylor has suggested that South Africa needs 13 GW of gas-to-power (GtP) capacity, rather than the 7.2 GW to 8.6 GW... 


From left, Dr Rebecca Maserumule, Sietse van der Woude, Zanele Mavusa Mbatha
Minerals Council South Africa setting out to boost local demand for green hydrogen
17th April 2024 By: Martin Creamer

Minerals Council South Africa is focused on increasing the domestic demand for green hydrogen, which it sees as contributing to the kickstarting of the hydrogen economy in South Africa. “The... 


Resources Watch
Resources Watch
17th April 2024

This week: Use underground mines for electricity storage, optimise mine water use; Market development of full PGMs basket is essential, Industry Day hears, and, South Africa well placed to benefit... 


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Magazine round up | 12 April 2024
Magazine round up | 12 April 2024

A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader. 

GREEN LETTER DAY: Deutsche Post’s last night flights transporting mail between northern and southern Germany took place in the early hours of March 28, ending a near 63-year airmail service that had operated since September 1961. The shift to road will result an 80% fall in carbon dioxide emissions on affected routes. The move is being facilitated by legislative reforms allowing the company to deliver 95% of domestic mail within three working days, instead of the previous stipulation that 80% of letters be delivered on the next working day.
GREEN LETTER DAY

Deutsche Post’s last night flights transporting mail between northern and southern Germany took place in the early hours of March 28, ending a near 63-year airmail service that had operated since... 

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Excellent mining-linked agri opportunity on Far West Rand must now be accelerated

Gauteng’s Far West Rand mining-linked area has always had excellent agricultural potential. In fact, the area had all the makings of a colossal market garden had early mining not dewatered the... 

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Attitudinal shift

It is estimated that about 2.5 GW of rooftop solar was installed across South Africa last year; a trend that was expected to continue at the start of this year given that some 5 GW of solar panels... 

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Renier van Rooyen, group business systems executive at Multotec
Renier van Rooyen

This week we profile Renier van Rooyen, group business systems executive at Multotec, a supplier of mineral processing equipment 

UNDERWHELMED: While voters will receive three quite different looking ballots on May 29, this seeming increase in choice is not necessarily translating into greater excitement. Yes, some independents will feature for the first time and, yes, there are some interesting new parties. But with some form of coalition likely, voter enthusiasm has been dampened by the poor performance of such arrangements at the municipal level. Before treating the day as a day off, however, South Africans would do well to remember the sacrifices made to ensure that all adult citizens have the right to vote.
UNDERWHELMED

While voters will receive three quite different looking ballots on May 29, this seeming increase in choice is not necessarily translating into greater excitement. Yes, some independents will... 

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