7th July 2020 South Africa’s Department of Science and Innovation (DSI) has initiated a process, with other government and industry stakeholders, to develop a roadmap that will lead South Africa towards a hydrogen society, Mining Weekly can today report. The aim is to create a policy document that will inform... →
6th July 2020 NYSE-listed industrial gases multinational Air Products and industrial technology multinational thyssenkrupp on July 5 announced that they had signed an exclusive strategic cooperation agreement to develop world-scale electrolysis plants to generate green hydrogen. The two companies will... →
12th March 2020 Global mining group BHP has retained the title of the world’s most valuable mining, iron and steel brand, despite recording a 3% drop in brand value to $5.8-billion.
This is according to the latest report by brand valuation consultancy Brand Finance, which highlights that BHP’s brand value was... →
31st January 2020 LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths, which operates the Gakara rare earths mine, in Burundi, has exported a further 75 t of concentrate, grading at about 53% total rare earth oxides. The concentrate was sold through the company's offtake partner thyssenkrupp Materials Trading . →
Zambian Mines and Minerals Development Minister Richard Musukwa this weekend officially inaugurated Maamba Collieries’ (MCL's) most recent acquisition, a state-of-the-art, high technology surface miner, the company said on Saturday. MCL thus became the first mining firm in Zambia to operate this... →
South Africa has 22 operating manganese mines, with only four of them owned in part by Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE)-listed companies, AmaranthCX director Paul Miller has calculated. All are in the Northern Cape, except for four small mines well outside the Northern Cape in the North West,... →