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On-The-Air (22/10/2021) 

By: Martin Creamer     22nd October 2021 The small end of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange is in danger of collapsing unless something is done to incentivise it; Shareholders unhappy with a director’s pay level this week voted out one of South Africa’s biggest names in international mining; and South Africans need to take drastic and... 

First Grenadiers to arrive in SA in October next year

By: Irma Venter     22nd October 2021 The first Ineos Grenadier vehicles destined for local customers will arrive in South Africa in October next year, says Ineos Automotive South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa head Tim Abbott. If the name sounds familiar, it is because Abbott is the former boss of the BMW group in South Africa and... 

Beowolf Mining

22nd October 2021 With over 15 years’ experience in supplying drilling tools and drill rigs to mining operations in Southern Africa, Beowolf Mining is widely recognised as one of the top suppliers of rock drilling tools in the industry. Positioned as a strategic supplier for the mining and quarrying industry,... 

Diamonds, iron-ore drive 2% rise in Anglo American's third-quarter output  

By: Simone Liedtke     21st October 2021 Diversified miner Anglo American achieved a 2% increase in production for the third quarter, ended September 30, which CEO Mark Cutifani largely attributed to planned higher rough diamond production at its De Beers subsidiary, as well as increased production from the Minas-Rio iron-ore project,... 

De Beers tightens full-year output guidance at 32m carats

By: Chanel de Bruyn     21st October 2021 Diamond miner De Beers expects to produce about 32-million carats for the full-year, which is at the lower end of its initial guidance of 32-million to 33-million carats. Reporting on its production performance in the third quarter ended September 30, the Anglo American subsidiary said demand for... 

Giyani adds resources to K.Hill project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th October 2021 TSX-V-listed Giyani Metals has published an updated indicated mineral resource estimate of 1.6-million tonnes and an inferred mineral resource estimate of 1.4-million tonnes for the K.Hill manganese oxide project, in Botswana. The company has also completed a three-hole diamond drilling... 

Sandfire unveils growth ambitions

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th October 2021 Copper miner Sandfire Resources on Friday said that it was hoping to achieve a 500 000 t/y production target. Speaking at the Resources Rising Stars conference, in Perth, Sandfire MD Karl Simich said that the company was hoping to achieve the 150 000 t/y of copper equivalent output within the... 

Explosives tech aims to humanise mining

By: Nadine Ramdass     15th October 2021 The lack of new investment in the form of new mining projects has resulted in little growth for the explosives industry, and while the expansion projects of existing operations have helped the industry somewhat, greenfield projects can facilitate more significant growth. The mining explosives... 

Load-shedding hinders holistic growth

By: Nadine Ramdass     8th October 2021 For custom plastic injection moulding company Bambisana Plastics, a subsidiary of Bambisana Holdings, the biggest challenges it has to contend with are labour and electricity. However, despite these challenges, along with the effects of the pandemic, the company has managed to not only avoid... 

Anglo progressing with decarbonisation, sustainability endeavours – Cutifani

By: Donna Slater     7th October 2021 Diversified major Anglo American continues to take steps to usher in hydrogen-powered machinery, as well as to roll out renewable energy at its global operations as a means of improving its sustainability, CE Mark Cutifani said during a Financial Times Mining Summit on October 7. He pointed out... 

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