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Jet Demolition

Established in 1994, Jet Demolition has a long-standing history and reputation of undertaking the most challenging demolition projects safely, timeously and with the utmost integrity.

Our commitment to safety of persons and operational excellence stems from our core Values and Ethics, and are non-negotiable.

We are committed to providing high-value return to our customers in upholding our core values and best industry practices, whilst providing innovative and sustainable technical solutions.

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Two employees of mining contractor Barminco killed in accident at Khoemacau

By: Darren Parker     23rd May 2022 Two employees of Australian mining contractor Barminco died in an underground incident at copper miner Khoemacau Copper Mining’s operations, in Botswana, on May 20. On May 21, Khoemacau said investigations into the cause of the accident were ongoing. 

Test site provides platform to trial innovations under real mining conditions 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th May 2022 Public–private partnership for innovation the Mandela Mining Precinct’s (MMP’s) test mine is poised to deliver value to mining companies, original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and other stakeholders while contributing to the industry’s sustainability. This partnership, aimed at assisting... 

Test site provides platform to trial innovations under real mining conditions  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th May 2022 Public–private partnership for innovation the Mandela Mining Precinct’s (MMP’s) test mine is poised to deliver value to mining companies, original-equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and other stakeholders while contributing to the industry’s sustainability. This partnership, aimed at assisting... 

Critical role of galvanized steel in the mining industry

19th May 2022 The mining industry requires a significant investment in infrastructure to be as efficient and as productive as possible. This is where galvanized steel plays a critical role, reports Simon Norton, Manager, Africa Desk of the International Zinc Association. Essential infrastructure in the mining... 

Are you planning on implementing a Drone program, but struggle to justify the cost of obtaining and maintaining an ROC?

19th May 2022 Drones Added-Value in Mining The tremendous value that drones add to mining operations cannot be disputed. Some of the most common added-value propositions are: 

Laneway given approval for Georgetown plans

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th May 2022 ASX-listed Laneway Resources has been granted environmental clearance to start processing Agate Creek ore at its Georgetown processing plant, in North Queensland. Laneway earlier this year acquired the Georgetown gold processing plant, along with an extensive portfolio of mining and exploration... 

More local artisan skills developed at Venetia

16th May 2022 As Murray & Roberts Cementation continues to push skills development throughout its projects, local community member Abram Sebola has recently graduated as a qualified electrician from the company’s learnership scheme. Sebola, who has been working for Murray & Roberts Cementation since April... 

B&E shares mines’ load, risk with broad offering 

By: Simone Liedtke     12th May 2022 With buoyant commodity prices attracting considerable investment in mine expansions and new projects, B&E International is growing its support to the sector with a suite of services in mining and processing. “More than ever, mines are looking to their technical partners for efficiency,... 

Green hydrogen can be produced in South Africa immediately, coal conference hears

By: Martin Creamer     6th May 2022 The generation of green hydrogen is achievable in South Africa immediately and is not a complicated process, Sasol just transition office head David Kawesha said on Friday. “You just need the renewable energy resource, electrolysers to split water, and that’s really what the basic process is,”... 

Electronic detonators ensure effective blasting

By: Nadine Ramdass     6th May 2022 Opencast mines have to contend with rising costs as they go deeper. Efficiency is required to contain these costs and remain profitable, which is offered by digital technology such as blast planning software and electronic detonation systems. Electronic detonator systems, such as mining... 

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