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The company operates a number of crushing plants ranging in size from +/- 50 tons per hour to 500 tons from single stage crushing plants to 5 stage crushing plants.

Our fleet of equipment consists of the most modern crushers available, giving the company the ability to produce a wide range of products including roadstone, high quality manufactured concrete sand, base course, concrete aggregates, water-bound Macadam, ballast and filter media.

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Studies reveal numerous product opportunities for Giyani’s Botswana projects

By: Nadine James     14th June 2019 Metallurgical testing results of stockpile material from TSX-listed Giyani Metals’ K.Hill and Otse manganese deposits, in Botswana, indicate that a variety of lumpy and fine particle manganese products are possible, the company said on Friday. As an example, Giyani noted that a 36% manganese... 

AST declares maiden quartz resource, celebrates with inaugural blast

By: Nadine James     14th June 2019 AST Sand Mines’ Van Dykspruit quarry, on the border between Gauteng and Mpumalanga, on Friday declared its maiden quartzite-roadstone resource. AST management also oversaw the inaugral blast that would provide access to the underlying high-grade quartzite rock. 

Asante ‘excited’ about new mining technique at Ghana mine

By: Mariaan Webb     11th June 2019 Ghana-focused Asante Gold is considering using a new “disrupter” mining method at its Kubi gold project, which CEO Douglas MacQuarrie says has the potential to do for narrow, hard rock mining what hydraulic fracturing did for previously uneconomic gas and oil deposits. SMD, or sustainable mining... 

Shiva Uranium mine up for auction

By: Marleny Arnoldi     6th June 2019 The controversial Gupta-owned Shiva Uranium mine has been put up for auction by its business rescue practitioners. Shiva was placed under business rescue in February 2018, along with eight other Gupta-affiliated businesses.  

A Guide on Mining Equipment Used in the Mining Industry

31st May 2019 Working in the mining industry requires the use of different types of machinery. These machines help achieve different mining tasks with precision and efficiency. If you’re new to mining, it’s important to have a good understanding of how these machines work. From crushing and grinding equipment... 

Magnum readies for emerald potential

By: Esmarie Iannucci     30th May 2019 Gem miner Magnum Mining & Exploration has initiated operations at its Gravelotte emerald project, in South Africa, to recover a parcel of emeralds allowing for a commercial assessment of pricing. The company on Thursday said that trial mining of the Cobra pits had been completed, with the... 

AfriTin confirms Uis processing plant commissioning under way

By: Simone Liedtke     28th May 2019 Aim-listed AfriTin Mining on Tuesday confirmed that commissioning of the processing plant at its flagship asset, the Uis tin mine, in Namibia, had now started and was being conducted in a phased manner. Phase 1 of the pilot plant project will start with the testing of mechanical installations and... 

Company progresses copper/silver project

24th May 2019 Venture capital firm and owner of the Khoemacau copper/silver project Cupric Canyon Capital has made significant progress towards the construction of what is to be a major copper and silver mine in north-west Botswana and expects first copper concentrate production in the first half of 2021.... 

SolGold announces PEA results for Alpala

By: Mariaan Webb     20th May 2019 LSE- and TSX-listed SolGold on Monday published the results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the Alpala copper/gold/silver deposit at the Cascabel project, in northern Ecuador. The study estimated a “low” start-up capital expenditure of $2.4-billion to $2.8-billion and a “high” net... 

A$1bn Olive Downs coking coal mine cleared for development

By: Esmarie Iannucci     14th May 2019 The Queensland government has approved the proposed A$1-billion Olive Downs metallurgical coal mine being developed by Pembroke Resources. The Stage 1 project is expected to require a capital spend of A$450-million and will produce 4.5-million tonnes a year of steelmaking coal, which will be... 

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