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Press Office - Kwatani

Kwatani

KWATANI, previously known as JOEST KWATANI, is a locally owned and operated South African OEM that has been supplying the African mining industry with vibrating equipment for 40 years.

KWATANI’s vibrating screens and feeders are engineered for tonnage and are characterised by their robustness and longevity.

All of our vibrating equipment is engineered and fabricated in-house and tailored to the customers’ specific application and processes

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Peabody starts reventilating North Goonyella with aim of resuming production next year

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th May 2019 Coal miner Peabody has taken the first step to resuming operations at the fire-hit North Goonyella mine in Queensland, Australia, with an announcement on Friday that it is proceeding with the ventilation of the first segment of the coal mine. This forms part of a phased reventilation and... 

Palaszczuk gives June 13 deadline for Adani approvals

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th May 2019 Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk on Friday said that Indian major Adani’s two outstanding management plans for its multi-billion dollar Carmichael project should be resolved by June 13. The deadline comes after the Premier earlier this week called a meeting between Adani, the... 

Mining Charter III provisions seen by some as too onerous for junior miners 

By: Nadine James     24th May 2019 There should be a new regulatory regime for juniors – one that adheres to the spirit of Mining Charter 3, but which introduces reasonable and achievable transformation and procurement targets relative to the size and financial constraints of junior and emerging miners, says Eversheds Sutherland... 

Mining Charter III sets tone for juniors’ revival

By: Mamaili Mamaila     24th May 2019 Following reflection on Mining Charter III, which is seen as a “positive game-changer” and a shift in the local political landscape, discussions at this year’s Junior Indaba will be tailored around ‘the revival of the junior’ and the prospects of achieving a thriving industry. The conference for... 

Junior Indaba sponsor looks forward to engaging juniors

By: Mamaili Mamaila     24th May 2019 Mining and minerals advisory company Fraser McGill will, for the first time, sponsor the Junior Indaba this year, which will be held at the Country Club Johannesburg, in Auckland Park, from June 4 to 5. “As our business is specifically geared towards juniors, the demand and acceptance from them... 

Menar looking for more opportunities in South African coal mining sector

By: Mamaili Mamaila     24th May 2019 Mining investment company Menar, as a part of recently formed coal mining investment company Sibambene Coal, a 51% black-owned company, is looking for opportunities in the South African coal sector. 

Base metals promise future prosperity for Botswana economy

By: Khutso Maphatsoe     24th May 2019 The base metals industry is an exciting prospect for Botswana, as copper mining is increasing, which bodes well for the country’s economy, says Botswana Chamber of Mines (BCM) CEO Charles Siwawa. Although copper- and nickel-producing mines have temporarily closed down, companies such as Khoemacau... 

DESTINED FOR DECOMMISSIONING:

By: Martin Creamer     24th May 2019 A large excavator is seen operating in Germany’s Garzweiler opencast mining area, in front of the lignite-fired Frimmersdorf and Neurath power stations, owned by Rheinisch-Westfälisches Elektrizitätswerk (RWE), one of Europe's biggest electricity companies. Since 2005, a shutdown process has been... 

Mining Charter III provisions seen by some as too onerous for junior miners

By: Nadine James     24th May 2019 There should be a new regulatory regime for juniors – one that adheres to the spirit of Mining Charter 3, but which introduces reasonable and achievable transformation and procurement targets relative to the size and financial constraints of junior and emerging miners, says Eversheds Sutherland... 

New map highlights major platinum discoveries in South Africa

By: Nadine James     24th May 2019 The fifth edition of Barker’s Platinum Map of Southern Africa highlights recent major platinum discoveries in South Africa – including the Waterberg and Flatreef projects, notes Banzi Geotechnics founder Oliver Barker. He notes that the map demonstrates the massive breakthroughs in increasing... 

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