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Smelterless low-energy platinum processing concept advances further in Australia
21st April 2023 By: Martin Creamer

A processing pathway away from high-energy pyrometallurgical smelting to low-energy hydrometallurgical platinum group metal (PGM) recoveries has been further advanced by Australian PGMs pioneer Podium Minerals. Podium is reporting a breakthrough in platinum recoveries through a smelterless... 


Smelterless low-energy platinum processing concept advances further in Australia
31st March 2023 By: Martin Creamer

A processing pathway away from high-energy pyrometallurgical smelting to low-energy hydrometallurgical platinum group metal (PGM) recoveries has been further advanced by Australian PGMs pioneer Podium Minerals. Podium is reporting a breakthrough in platinum recoveries through a smelterless... 


Resources Watch
7th December 2022

This week: South African green hydrogen technology wins top global recognition and, Australia’s platinum pioneer highlighting greenness, mulling smelterless tech 


Australia’s platinum pioneer highlighting greenness, mulling smelterless tech
29th November 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Australia’s platinum group metals (PGMs) pioneer, Podium Minerals, is evaluating the cleanest and greenest mining and processing options that include the possibility of circumventing the need for smelting. The Australian Stock Exchange-listed exploration and resources development company, which... 


Platinum group metals gaining ground in Australia where PGMs have critical status
31st October 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Exploration and resources development company Podium Minerals is continuing to blaze a trail in platinum group metals (PGMs) in Australia, where PGMs have been classified as critical minerals, which is also the case the US, Japan, India and the Eurozone. ASX-listed Podium on Monday announced a... 


Podium completes entitlement offer
12th August 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

ASX-listed Podium Minerals has raised A3.9-million from a targeted A$4.6-million in non-renounceable entitlement offer, offering one new share for every 15 shares held. The company in July launched a A$6.6-million capital raise, which consisted of a A$2-million share placement and the... 


Podium eyes A$6.6m raise
11th July 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

ASX-listed junior Podium Minerals will raise A$6.6-million through a share placement and a non-renounceable entitlement offer. The company would raise an initial A$2-million in a share placement to new and existing sophisticated investors, priced at 22c a share. Some 9.1-million shares will be... 


PGM and base metals-focused explorer lists on the ASX
1st March 2018 By: Creamer Media Reporter

The Australian bourse has welcomed a new exploration and development company to its registry, with Podium Minerals listing on the exchange this week, following a capital raising of A$5.5-million before costs. The capital raising consisted of a rights issue and priority offer that was underwritten... 


Determined Daphne still set on realising her manganese smelting dream
6th December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

President Jacob Zuma last Friday launched the Stanley Nqobizizwe Nkosi manganese sinter plant near Hotazel, in the Northern Cape, marking the latest high point of Daphne Mashile-Nkosi’s long walk to emancipating manganese from the sole preserve of the male species. Mashile-Nkosi, a 55-year-old... 


Determined Daphne still set on realising her manganese smelting dream
6th December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

President Jacob Zuma last Friday launched the Stanley Nqobizizwe Nkosi manganese sinter plant near Hotazel, in the Northern Cape, marking the latest high point of Daphne Mashile-Nkosi’s long walk to emancipating manganese from the sole preserve of the male species. Mashile-Nkosi, a 55-year-old... 


President, Minerals Minister more hawkish than ever on mining reform
6th December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

President Jacob Zuma and Minerals Minister Susan Shabangu - who both spoke from the same podium at last Friday's function to mark the launch of Kalagadi Manganese’s integrated mine, sinter plant and planned smelter - were more hawkish than ever on mining reform. Shabangu said bluntly that there... 


Hawkish govt sentiment intensifying ahead of mining law amendments
3rd December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

Hawkish government sentiment is intensifying ahead of the enactment of amended minerals legislation. This was clear at the weekend when both President Jacob Zuma and Minerals Minister Susan Shabangu advocated reform of the South African mining industry with far greater force than they have done... 


Fluorspar start-up is third miner to fly beneficiation flag
1st June 2012 By: Martin Creamer

In Twitter parlance, beneficiation is trending. New fluorspar-explorer-turned-mine-developer and aspirant fluorochemicals producer SepFluor is the third South African mining company in as many months to nail its beneficiation colours firmly to its business mast. 


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Smelterless low-energy platinum processing concept advances further in Australia
21st April 2023 By: Martin Creamer

A processing pathway away from high-energy pyrometallurgical smelting to low-energy hydrometallurgical platinum group metal (PGM) recoveries has been further advanced by Australian PGMs pioneer Podium Minerals. Podium is reporting a breakthrough in platinum recoveries through a smelterless... 


Smelterless low-energy platinum processing concept advances further in Australia
31st March 2023 By: Martin Creamer

A processing pathway away from high-energy pyrometallurgical smelting to low-energy hydrometallurgical platinum group metal (PGM) recoveries has been further advanced by Australian PGMs pioneer Podium Minerals. Podium is reporting a breakthrough in platinum recoveries through a smelterless... 


Resources Watch
7th December 2022

This week: South African green hydrogen technology wins top global recognition and, Australia’s platinum pioneer highlighting greenness, mulling smelterless tech 


Australia’s platinum pioneer highlighting greenness, mulling smelterless tech
29th November 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Australia’s platinum group metals (PGMs) pioneer, Podium Minerals, is evaluating the cleanest and greenest mining and processing options that include the possibility of circumventing the need for smelting. The Australian Stock Exchange-listed exploration and resources development company, which... 


Platinum group metals gaining ground in Australia where PGMs have critical status
31st October 2022 By: Martin Creamer

Exploration and resources development company Podium Minerals is continuing to blaze a trail in platinum group metals (PGMs) in Australia, where PGMs have been classified as critical minerals, which is also the case the US, Japan, India and the Eurozone. ASX-listed Podium on Monday announced a... 


Podium completes entitlement offer
12th August 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

ASX-listed Podium Minerals has raised A3.9-million from a targeted A$4.6-million in non-renounceable entitlement offer, offering one new share for every 15 shares held. The company in July launched a A$6.6-million capital raise, which consisted of a A$2-million share placement and the... 


Podium eyes A$6.6m raise
11th July 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

ASX-listed junior Podium Minerals will raise A$6.6-million through a share placement and a non-renounceable entitlement offer. The company would raise an initial A$2-million in a share placement to new and existing sophisticated investors, priced at 22c a share. Some 9.1-million shares will be... 


PGM and base metals-focused explorer lists on the ASX
1st March 2018 By: Creamer Media Reporter

The Australian bourse has welcomed a new exploration and development company to its registry, with Podium Minerals listing on the exchange this week, following a capital raising of A$5.5-million before costs. The capital raising consisted of a rights issue and priority offer that was underwritten... 


Determined Daphne still set on realising her manganese smelting dream
6th December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

President Jacob Zuma last Friday launched the Stanley Nqobizizwe Nkosi manganese sinter plant near Hotazel, in the Northern Cape, marking the latest high point of Daphne Mashile-Nkosi’s long walk to emancipating manganese from the sole preserve of the male species. Mashile-Nkosi, a 55-year-old... 


Determined Daphne still set on realising her manganese smelting dream
6th December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

President Jacob Zuma last Friday launched the Stanley Nqobizizwe Nkosi manganese sinter plant near Hotazel, in the Northern Cape, marking the latest high point of Daphne Mashile-Nkosi’s long walk to emancipating manganese from the sole preserve of the male species. Mashile-Nkosi, a 55-year-old... 


President, Minerals Minister more hawkish than ever on mining reform
6th December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

President Jacob Zuma and Minerals Minister Susan Shabangu - who both spoke from the same podium at last Friday's function to mark the launch of Kalagadi Manganese’s integrated mine, sinter plant and planned smelter - were more hawkish than ever on mining reform. Shabangu said bluntly that there... 


Hawkish govt sentiment intensifying ahead of mining law amendments
3rd December 2013 By: Martin Creamer

Hawkish government sentiment is intensifying ahead of the enactment of amended minerals legislation. This was clear at the weekend when both President Jacob Zuma and Minerals Minister Susan Shabangu advocated reform of the South African mining industry with far greater force than they have done... 


Fluorspar start-up is third miner to fly beneficiation flag
1st June 2012 By: Martin Creamer

In Twitter parlance, beneficiation is trending. New fluorspar-explorer-turned-mine-developer and aspirant fluorochemicals producer SepFluor is the third South African mining company in as many months to nail its beneficiation colours firmly to its business mast. 


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