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Australian rare earth miners push development deals to counter China grip

17th June 2019 Rare earth developers in Australia say they are edging closer to signing deals with new customers that would drive forward their projects amid mounting global supply concerns over the minerals that are crucial to high-tech industries. Australia contains only 2.8% of the world's rare earth... 

Merkel seeks to heal rift over role of coal in Germany's economy

14th January 2019 Angela Merkel this week will seek to bridge divisions in Germany about how quickly to cut the nation’s reliance on coal, a controversial issue that has sparked violent clashes between green protesters and police and rattled its brittle governing coalition. The Chancellor will use a Tuesday... 

Kibaran to progress Epanko project with $10.9m capital raise

17th August 2016 ASX-listed Kibaran Resources will start key development preparations and initiate expansion studies for its Epanko graphite project in Tanzania, after raising $10.9-million through a share placement. The placement was completed at 23c apiece, representing a 14.8% discount to Kibaran’s last... 

ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions and Sasol Mining join forces in successful refurbishing project

17th September 2015 ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions teamed up with Sasol technical staff to refurbish drum reclaimer no 6 which has been operating reliably at Sasol Coal Supply East Plant since it was first commissioned in 1976. The TAS 40 bi-directional drum reclaimer is used for the bulk handling of coal which... 
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Gautrain adds R6.4bn to the Gauteng economy a year, says new study

A new study on the socio-economic impact of the Gautrain indicates that the rapid-rail system adds R6.64-billion to Gauteng economy’s gross domestic product (GDP) – or 0.56% ­– during a typical year of operation. The newest study – the second – was conducted by consulting engineering firm Hatch. 

Commission finds competition distortions in public passenger transport industry

Competition Commission economist Nonkululelo Moeketsi says the commission has found various competition distortions and inefficiencies within the public passenger transport industry. Moeketsi presented preliminary findings of the inquiry into the public transport industry at the Southern African... 
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