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Minimizing downtime in mining operations with set to spec equipment

14th June 2022 Machine downtime has a major impact on profit and productivity in any mining operation. It is critical that mining companies have access to reliable heavy equipment and machinery 24/7 to achieve their objectives. Described as a duration the machine cannot work when needed, machine downtime has... 

World Coal Association welcomes new South African members

16th May 2022 Industry body the World Coal Association (WCA) has welcomed two new members to the growing alliance of responsible coal participants. These are Seriti, a major South African mining company that operates seven large-scale thermal coal mines, predominantly supplying State-owned utility Eskom power... 

The future of mining in South Africa

12th May 2022 Mining can’t continue as it has: that’s the core of this year’s Mining Indaba with a theme that centres on greening a historically harmful industry. With carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere at their highest levels ever, Barloworld Equipment is well aware of the monumental changes needed to... 

Financial support is key to growing emerging business owners

6th April 2022 A closer look at the benefits of access to funding in the agriculture and construction sector Growing any business is no easy feat. Challenges range from access to market, limited customer base as well as inadequate financial support. This is no different for emerging businesses within the... 
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Salungano performance impacted by late Vanggatfontein restart

JSE-listed Salungano Group, formerly Wescoal, has reported lower-than-expected interim results for the six months ended September 30, owing to the Vanggatfontein restart starting later than anticipated and other operational challenges. The group’s revenue decreased from R2.67-billion to... 

Mpumalanga renewables study highlights importance of TVETs for value chains

A co-benefits study undertaken by industrial research body the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has shown that technical and vocational education and training (TVET) colleges can play a central role in supporting the transition of Mpumalanga's economy to renewable energy from... 
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