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Traka accelerates expansion into wider African markets

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th May 2019 Leveraging on almost two decades of experience in South Africa, and a presence in a further six African countries, networked key and equipment management solutions company Traka Africa announces an acceleration in their growth strategy. It plans to open new operations or expand more widely in... 

Local manufacturers to benefit from Mining Charter 3's implementation  

By: Nadine James     14th February 2019 Mining Charter 3 and its Implementation Guidelines have created an environment where it is possible for local manufacturers to leverage procurement capacity to drive transformation, Department of Mineral Resources representative Xolile Mbonambi said at a breakfast held at the Industrial... 

Company looks back on its first decade, upbeat about future fortunes 

By: Ilan Solomons     20th January 2017 South African geospatial solution and aerial survey company Southern Mapping celebrated its tenth anniversary last month, reflecting on its many achievements while outlining its aims for the future. “Our aim is to remain the leader in the field of aerial surveying airborne remote sensing and... 

Pushing South Africa forward, regulating to spur investment, righting investor perception

By: Martin Creamer     25th March 2016 Economic deterioration is making it increasingly essential for South Africans to step up to the plate and insist that this country be made to chart a positive new course. 

Cullinan diamond mine overhaul, reputational risk and diamonds, mines and the new digital age

By: Martin Creamer     8th May 2015 Cullinan diamond mine to be modernised; diamond bourses to take on synthetic diamond nondiscloseure; and a company spells out how mines can make the best of the digital age  

Marking solutions help to reduce pump part counterfeiting

29th August 2014 The instability in the mining industry over the past few years has led to an increase in the theft of tools, minerals and assets, which poses problems for pump manufacturers supplying the mines with equipment and accessories. In addition, there has also been a marked increase in the theft and... 

Workers committees remain wild card in South African mining’s search for lasting peace and stability

By: Martin Creamer     5th July 2013 Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe expresses strong confidence that all parties will honour the important new framework for sustainable South African mining. It was the Deputy President himself who led the who’s who of South African mining in the meticulous drawing up the framework’s draft on... 

Southern African platinum miners on the wrack as perfect storm hits

By: Martin Creamer     24th February 2012 Southern African platinum mining companies find themselves on the wrack, not only because of their dependence on a faltering Europe, but hit by a confluence of events that are drastically aggravating the situation. It is the perfect storm of South African government’s heavy-handed approach to... 


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