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Proof Mining Solutions develops innovative tamper proof spindle

15th April 2019 When a customer encountered a problem with the removal of the restrained plug from the socket which posed a safety risk to underground mining personnel, Proof Mining Solutions, found an innovative solution. In collaboration with an end-user, Proof designed and developed a tamper proof spindle... 

Underground support company keeps abreast of developments

By: Halima Frost     5th April 2019 The shift towards mechanisation in the mining industry has prompted cable anchor supplier M and J Mining to continue developing and enhancing its Flexibolt range of prestressed cable anchor solutions and other technologies necessary to support the ever-changing needs of the deep-level mining... 

Deripaska sues over US sanctions, claims $7.5bn loss

By: Bloomberg     18th March 2019 Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska is fighting back in a US court against American sanctions that he said are unfairly destroying his global businesses and are based on unproven allegations about his close ties to the government of Russian President Vladimir Putin. Deripaska, who made his... 

Proof Engineering

15th March 2019 Proof Engineering (Pty) Ltd was established in 1978 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Steadfastly retaining its original entrepreneurial and innovative roots, the company achieved many personal as well as industrial achievements. Consequently, it was inevitable for the company to attract local as... 

BHP crew applied brakes to wrong ore train before runaway crash

By: Bloomberg     12th March 2019 BHP Group’s runaway iron-ore train saga has taken another twist. A preliminary report into last year’s calamity in the remote Australian outback has found a rail maintenance crew sent to help the faulty freight train inadvertently worked on the wrong vehicle. 

Gloria coal mine death toll rises to 18

By: African News Agency      22nd February 2019 Rescue and body retrieval workers on Friday afternoon brought to the surface 13 more bodies of suspected copper cable thieves from the underground area at Gloria coal mine near Middelburg in Mpumalanga, provincial police spokesman Brigadier Leonard Hlathi said. “The workers could not continue... 

Transnet sets up war room to combat infrastructure-theft surge and line sabotage 

By: Terence Creamer     22nd February 2019 Transnet Freight Rail (TFR) has set up a war room together with the South Africa Police Service (SAPS) in a bid to deal with a surge in infrastructure theft, as well as recent acts of sabotage and vandalism on its key coal corridor from Ermelo, in Mpumalanga, to Richards Bay, in KwaZulu-Natal. On... 

COAL COPPER CAPAMITY:

By: Martin Creamer     22nd February 2019 The decline shaft leading into the closed Gloria coal mine near Middelburg, in Mpumalanga, where an underground methane gas explosion killed 13 people thought to have been extracting copper cable that supplied large fans with electrical power. Gloria was placed under business rescue a year ago... 

Mantashe to visit Glory coal mine where 22 men are still trapped underground

By: News24Wire      15th February 2019 Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe is expected to pay a visit to the Gloria coal mine near Middelburg, Mpumalanga, where 22 alleged copper thieves have been trapped and are believed dead following an explosion at the beginning of February. A group of 42 men, reportedly Lesotho nationals,... 

Disgruntled unpaid mineworkers allegedly hampering rescue efforts at Gloria coal mine

By: News24Wire      11th February 2019 The fate of approximately 22 alleged copper thieves trapped underground hangs in the balance as rescue efforts are allegedly being hampered by disgruntled unpaid mineworkers. "They have threatened us and the contractors and they've told us under no circumstances are we allowed to continue [rescue... 

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