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Magazine round up | 02 July 2021 

2nd July 2021 A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader. 

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30th June 2021 This week: Carbon capture a helpful decarbonisation tool; and, Black-women-owned platinum fuel cell group working on 15 deployment projects 

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Hydrogen represents huge moment of opportunity for South Africa – AP Ventures  

By: Martin Creamer     28th June 2021 Hydrogen represents a huge moment of opportunity for South Africa, AP Ventures managing partner Andrew Hinkly said on Monday. AP Ventures began investing along the generally platinum group metals- (PGMs-) linked hydrogen value chain as long ago as 2013 and the $320-million committed in AP... 

AP Ventures managing partner Andrew Hinkly
AP Ventures managing partner Andrew Hinkly interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer

Cash-pumping but lossmaking Wescoal to broaden from coal to energy  

By: Martin Creamer     25th June 2021 Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed coal-mining company Wescoal, which narrowed its losses in the 12 months to the end of March, is transitioning from being a coal miner to a broader energy company. “Towards the end of the new financial year, we will come back to the market in terms of our overall... 

Wescoal CFO Jubilant Speckman with Wescoal CEO Mining Thivha Tshitavane
Wescoal’s Jubilant Speckman and Thivha Tshitavane interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

On-The-Air (25/06/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     25th June 2021 South Africa’s deep-level mines that don’t switch to renewable energy are facing huge carbon tax bills; South Africa’s scientists are being funded by Europe to help make hydrogen cheaper and easier to produce; and fifteen green hydrogen projects are being carried out by a black-women-owned company. 

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Harmony Gold, Bambili Energy, SherLOHCk project make headlines   

25th June 2021 Mining Weekly Editor Martin Creamer unpacks Harmony Gold welcoming the President’s decision to lift the licence cap on own-generated electricity; Bambili Energy’s 15 hydrogen and fuel cell-linked deployment projects that are expected to be completed by March next year;  and South Africa’s... 

Harmony Gold, Bambili Energy, SherLOHCk project make headlines
Harmony Gold, Bambili Energy, SherLOHCk project make headlines

Magazine round up | 25 June 2021 

25th June 2021 A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader. 

Magazine round up | 25 June 2021
Magazine round up | 25 June 2021

Black-women-owned platinum fuel cell group working on 15 deployment projects  

By: Martin Creamer     23rd June 2021 Majority black-women-owned platinum fuel cell venture Bambili Energy is working on 15 hydrogen and fuel cell-linked deployment projects that are expected to be completed by March next year. Bambili CEO Zanele Mavuso Mbatha is a former key shareholder in Incwala Resources, which partnered with... 

Bambili CEO Zanele Mavuso Mbatha
Bambili Energy CEO Zanele Mavuso Mbatha interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

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23rd June 2021 This week: Sasol able to produce green hydrogen within 24 months And, ICMM’s 300-plus vehicle fleets assessed for cleaner, safer mine mobility in five regions 

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President’s 100 MW renewable energy reform ‘very welcome opportunity’ – Harmony Gold  

By: Martin Creamer     22nd June 2021 Harmony Gold sustainable development executive Melanie Naidoo-Vermaak on Tuesday described the decision of President Cyril Ramaphosa to lift the licence-exemption cap on own or embedded renewable energy plants from 1 MW to 100 MW as “a very welcome opportunity" for the South African mining... 

From top left clockwise, Harmony’s Jared Coetzer, Peter Steenkamp, Boipelo Lekubo, Anton Buthelezi, Mashego Mashego, Beyers Nel, Marian van der Walt and Melanie Naidoo-Vermaak, during virtual ESG Day event.
Harmony Gold ‘s ESG Day covered by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

Carbon capture helpful decarbonisation tool – investment professionals  

By: Martin Creamer     21st June 2021 Carbon capture and storage is one of the tools in the toolkit that needs to be included in the decarbonisation mix if the world is to reduce emissions  effectively over a reasonable time horizon. That is the view of Carbon Infrastructure Partners president and managing partner Craig Golinowski,... 

Carbon Infrastructure Partners president Craig Golinowski
Carbon Infrastructure Partners president Craig Golinowski interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer: Video: Darlene Creamer

Mandela Mining Precinct engendering modernisation in industry   

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     21st June 2021 As the Mandela Mining Precinct marks its third year since inception, it has made some strides in achieving much-needed modernisation in the mining industry. Its work stands as a notable example of the benefits of collaboration, speakers noted during the precinct’s virtual symposium, held on June 21. 

Department of Science and Innovation director-general Dr Phil Mjwara
Department of Science and Innovation director-general Dr Phil Mjwara outlines the Mandela Mining Precinct’s formation and provides some current context.

On-The-Air (18/06/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     18th June 2021 Sasol’s revelation at this week’s ‘SA Tomorrow’ conference has boosted the outlook for hydrogen; South Africa’s manganese was this week given huge recognition by the US; and 300-plus mines have been assessed in a sweeping move to save lives and protect the environment. 

On-The-Air (18/06/2021)
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Sasol, manganese, ICMM make headlines  

18th June 2021 Mining Weekly Editor Martin Creamer unpacks how Sasol could be ready to produce green hydrogen within the next 24 months; the White House document that is focusing on manganese as a preferred battery element contender; and the International Council on Mining and Metals assessing over 300 vehicle... 

Sasol, manganese, ICMM make headlines
Sasol, manganese, ICMM make headlines

Magazine round up | 18 June 2021 

18th June 2021 A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader.  

Magazine round up | 18 June 2021
Magazine round up | 18 June 2021

Sasol able to produce green hydrogen within 24 months – CEO   

By: Martin Creamer     17th June 2021 Synthetic fuels and chemicals company Sasol is in a position to be able to produce green hydrogen within the next 24 months, Sasol CEO Fleetwood Grobler said on Thursday. Grobler was responding to Absa group industrials research head Christina Steyn, who moderated an SA Tomorrow panel discussion... 

From top left, clockwise, Christina Steyn, Natascha Viljoen, Dmitri Bessarabov and Fleetwood Grobler
JSE hydrogen panel discussion covered by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer

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17th June 2021 This week: Top explorer advises SA to allow geologists from surrounding African countries to boost SA's exploration rebirth; Mining firms with higher ESG ratings outperform market; and, Major joint effort needed to meet host community challenge 

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300-plus vehicle fleets assessed for cleaner, safer mine mobility in five regions – ICMM 

By: Martin Creamer     15th June 2021 As part of the cleaner, safer vehicles initiative of the International Council on Mining and Metals (ICMM), more than 300 vehicle fleets have been assessed for cleaner, safer mobility on more than 300 mines in five regions globally, ICMM health, safety and product stewardship director Sarah Bell... 

ICMM health, safety and product stewardship director Sarah Bell
International Council on Mining and Metals’ Sarah Bell interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

On-The-Air (11/06/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     11th June 2021 South Africa should allow the African continent’s highly skilled geologists to help us to explore. There is a big opportunity to create new jobs by mining our coal reserves in a new environmentally correct manner. Mining companies doing the best for the environment and the people are... 

On-The-Air (11/06/2021)
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Allow geologists from surrounding African countries to boost SA's exploration rebirth, top explorer advises  

By: Martin Creamer     11th June 2021 Exploration geologists from surrounding countries should be allowed into South Africa to boost exploration. That is the view of Exploration Geology Consultants exploration manager Thinus Jordaan, who believes that South Africa’s planned exploration thrust should focus on commodities required in... 

Exploration Geology Consultants exploration manager Thinus Jordaan
Exploration manager Thinus Jordaan interviewed by Mining Weekly's Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

Exploration geologists, coal reserves, outperforming companies make headlines   

11th June 2021 Mining Weekly Editor Martin Creamer discusses why exploration geologists in Africa need to be allowed to help find new metals and minerals; an opportunity to create new jobs by mining coal reserves in an environmentally correct manner; and mining companies that do their best for the environment... 

Exploration geologists, coal reserves, outperforming companies make headlines
Exploration geologists, coal reserves, outperforming companies make headlines

Magazine round up | 11 June 2021 

11th June 2021 A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader.  

Magazine round up | 11 June 2021
Magazine round up | 11 June 2021

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10th June 2021 This week: Tender for new modern cadastre system to be invited next week; Hot prices pervading commodities market, CRU tells Junior Indaba; and, Today’s juniors targeting rich beyond-mining value-add of world’s new critical metals  

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Mining firms with higher ESG ratings outperform market – PwC  

By: Martin Creamer     8th June 2021 Mining companies with higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) ratings outperformed the broader market during the peak of the Covid-19 crisis, delivering 34% average total shareholder return over the past three years — ten percentage points higher than the general market index,  PwC... 

PwC Africa mining leader Andries Rossouw
PwC Mine 2021 Report covered by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Nicholas Boyd

Major joint effort needed to meet host community challenge – Menar  

By: Martin Creamer     7th June 2021 A major joint effort is needed by big and small mining companies, government, labour, communities and traditional leaders and municipalities to meet the host community challenge facing South Africa’s mining industry, Menar MD Vuslat Bayoglu said on Monday. Speaking to Mining Weekly in a Zoom... 

Menar MD Vuslat Bayoglu
Menar MD Vuslat Bayoglu interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

On-The-Air (04/06/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     4th June 2021 South Africa is under consideration for the local manufacture of new high-demand battery materials; Tenders are due to be invited next week for a modern new system to boost South African mining exploration; and South Africa’s Council for Geoscience this week went live with new data to attract... 

On-The-Air (04/06/2021)
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Battery materials, new cadastre system, digital geoscience data make headlines   

4th June 2021 Mining Weekly Editor Martin Creamer unpacks South Africa being considered for its value-add consolidation advantage to battery materials; the tender for a new modern cadastre system; and geoscience data being digitally available on the Council for Geoscience website.   

Battery materials, new cadastre system, digital geoscience data make headlines
Battery materials, new cadastre system, digital geoscience data make headlines

Magazine round up | 04 June 2021 

4th June 2021 A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader.  

Magazine round up | 04 June 2021
Magazine round up | 04 June 2021

Today’s juniors targeting rich beyond-mining value-add to world’s new critical metals  

By: Martin Creamer     3rd June 2021 Junior miners of the world’s new critical metals are targeting the rich value-add opportunity well beyond taking the ore out of the ground and shipping out concentrate, the Junior Indaba heard this week. Junior miners of metals such as rare earths, vanadium, nickel, platinum-group metals and... 

From top clockwise are Sandra du Toit, Anton Mauve, R Michael Jones, Tim George and Fortune Mojapelo.
Junior Mining strategic metals panel discussion covered by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

Hot prices pervading commodities market, CRU tells Junior Indaba  

By: Martin Creamer     2nd June 2021 Price hotness is pervading the commodities market, CRU senior analyst Clare Hanna said on Tuesday, when she addressed the second and final day of the Junior Indaba. Speaking on ‘what’s hot and what’s not’, Hanna said almost all commodities were at the higher-than-15% level. (Also watch attached... 

Commodity prices soaring above cost levels shown in this CRU chart.
CRU senior analyst Clare Hanna at Junior Indaba covered by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

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2nd June 2021 This week: Government-Minerals Council team established to promote exploration; concern over lack of JSE listings ahead of Junior Indaba; and, new green copper play in Northern Cape expects to be cash positive from month two. 

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Tender for new modern cadastre system to be invited next week   

By: Martin Creamer     1st June 2021 A tender for a new modern cadastre system to provide exploration information will be invited by the end of next week, Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) director-general Advocate Thabo Mokoena said on Tuesday. In his opening keynote address on initiatives to ignite the exploration... 

Department of Mineral Resources and Energy Director-General Advocate Thabo Mokoena
Junior Indaba covered by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer

Battery material value-add consolidation in South Africa under consideration by Mick Davis-linked NextSource  

By: Martin Creamer     31st May 2021 South Africa, which has the wherewithal to provide the value-add consolidation advantage to battery materials that the world’s electric vehicle original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) want, is being seriously considered for the role, NextSource president and CEO Craig Scherba said on Monday.... 

NextSource president and CEO Craig Scherba
NextSource President and CEO Craig Scherba interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

On-The-Air (28/05/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     28th May 2021 It’s that time again on a Friday when Update At Noon presents another Update From The Coal-Face with Martin Creamer, publishing editor of Engineering News & Mining Weekly. Sakina Kamwendo: South Africa’s Northern Cape is becoming our country’s next big mining frontier. 

On-The-Air (28/05/2021)
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Copper, JSE listings, battery mineral exploration make headlines   

28th May 2021 Mining Weekly Editor Martin Creamer unpacks the Northern Cape’s lucrative copper potential that must be given assistance; concern over the lack of JSE listings ahead of the Junior Indaba; and South Africa’s battery mineral exploration potential. 

Martin Creamer
Copper, JSE listings, battery mineral exploration make headlines (Camera & editing: Nicholas Boyd)

New green copper play in Northern Cape expects to be cash positive from month two  

By: Martin Creamer     28th May 2021 The new green copper play in the Northern Cape expects to be cash positive from its second month of operation. Big Tree Copper, a rebrand of Cape Copper Oxide, will begin producing copper plate from July, which will be sold at the mine gate to Noble Metals. (Also watch attached Creamer Media video.) 

Big Tre Copper CEO Jan Nelson
Big Tree Copper CEO Jan Nelson interviewed by Mining Weekly’s Martin Creamer. Video: Darlene Creamer.

Magazine round up | 28 May 2021 

28th May 2021 A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader.  

Magazine round up | 28 May 2021
Magazine round up | 28 May 2021

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27th May 2021 This week: SAEC name change to Seriti Power signals coal miner’s new broader energy vision; Hire jobless geologists to capture much-needed exploration data; and, Menar expects first ore from inaugural manganese mine in July 

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