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Sandvik Group to acquire African OEM Kwatani

By: Schalk Burger     7th May 2021 Mining and construction equipment and services company Sandvik Group will acquire African original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) of custom-engineered vibrating equipment Kwatani. The transaction is expected to be finalised in the fourth quarter of this year, subject to regulatory approvals and... 

Sandvik and Kwatani announce game-changer for vibrating equipment industry

7th May 2021 In an exciting joint announcement, Sandvik Rock Processing Solutions and Kwatani have confirmed that an agreement has been signed for the multi-national Sandvik Group to acquire the shares of this leading African OEM of custom-engineered vibrating equipment. The transaction is expected to be... 

Exploration industry has tight deadline to comment on controversial draft regulations  

By: Martin Creamer     9th April 2021 South Africa’s exploration industry has until April 19 to comment on controversial regulations still in draft form. “They’ve never consulted industry about it and what they are requesting is impractical,” says Allan Saad, a consulting exploration geologist, who formerly represented the now... 

Air Charter Service sees charter flight bookings soar for mining operations

15th March 2021 Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service (ACS), has seen a significant increase in workforce logistics flight bookings and enquiries from energy, oil, gas and mining companies in the last year. The global aircraft charter company recorded a 145% year on year increase in enquiries,... 

Minerals exploration to remain in decline without sound guiding authority – Miller 

By: Donna Slater     15th February 2021 Despite the Department of Mineral Resources and Energy (DMRE) not publishing any data on mineral exploration, mining supply sales consultancy AmaranthCX director and owner Paul Miller says there is extensive financial data, some containing information about minerals exploration, that is buried... 

Alluvial diamond miners outline way to save fast-shrinking industry  

By: Martin Creamer     11th February 2021 The number of alluvial diamond operators is decreasing at an alarming rate. In 2004, there were 2 000 small diamond-mining companies, which employed close to 25 000 people, and now there are only about 200 operators employing only 5 000 people – a 90% decline. 

Healthy PGM-derived dividends ahead, capital investments to be limited – RMB

By: Donna Slater     8th February 2021 The financial results of platinum group metals (PGM) and iron-ore miners, which are due to be published in the month ahead, are expected to reveal healthy dividends for shareholders and a strong rise in taxes paid to the fiscus, but little in the way of capital investment in South Africa,... 

METF needs increased support to safeguard SA mining’s future

15th October 2020 The South African minerals industry relies on high quality graduates in the fields of Mining, Metallurgy/Chemical Engineering and Geology to ensure its long-term sustainability, says the Minerals Education Trust Fund (METF) – which was formed with this objective in mind. 

Minerals Council launches first National Day of Women in Mining 

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     21st August 2020 Industry organisation, the Minerals Council South Africa, on August 21 launched the first National Day of Women in Mining, highlighting its focus on the implementation of initiatives designed to achieve stretch targets for the representation and advancement of women in the South African mining... 

Getting best out of mining starts with policy certainty, says Gold Fields' Holland  

By: Martin Creamer     20th August 2020 Getting the best out of South Africa’s mining sector starts with policy certainty, said Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland on Thursday. Following the Johannesburg- and New York-listed company’s presentation of outstanding half-year results in spite of Covid, Holland said this in response to Mining... 

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