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Stibnite moves towards public review – Perpetua
Stibnite moves towards public review – Perpetua
6th September 2022 By: Mariaan Webb

Nasdaq- and Toronto-listed Perpetua Resources is expecting the supplemental draft environmental impact statement (SDEIS) for its Stibnite project, in Idaho, to be open for public review in the... 


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Beleaguered Denel announces new turnaround strategy
26th August 2022 By: Marleny Arnoldi

State-owned defence company Denel has announced it will institutionalise and implement a new turnaround plan to effect a self-sustaining business. The plan is particularly focused on streamlining... 


Production costs soar at Rusal due to Russia-Ukraine conflict
12th August 2022 By: Reuters

Russian aluminium giant Rusal reported a 33% jump in first-half production costs on Friday, hit by a production halt at a refinery in Ukraine and Australia's ban on exports of alumina and bauxite... 


Maintenance the key to efficient HVAC on mining machines
10th August 2022

Lack of attention to maintenance on heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems on mobile mining equipment such as dump trucks, excavators, dozers and drill rigs can cost mines dearly.... 


Liquid launches Africa’s first Cyber Security Fusion Centre
5th August 2022 By: Natasha Odendaal

Pan-African technology group Liquid Cyber Security has launched its first Cyber Security Fusion Centre in Johannesburg. The fusion centre, one of six planned across Africa, provides 24/7 managed... 


Ionic Rare Earths progresses Uganda mining licence work, starts SerenTech integration
29th July 2022 By: Donna Slater

During the second quarter of the year, ASX-listed rare earth mineral explorer Ionic Rare Earths continued work programmes at its flagship Makuutu rare earths project, in Uganda, to enable it to... 


Lake Resources hits back at short seller's critique
14th July 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Lithium developer Lake Resources has come out in defence of the technology selection at its Kachi lithium brine project, in Argentina, as well as the progress made to date. A report by short... 


Ashok Leyland sets its sights on Southern Africa, appoints ETGL as distributor
8th July 2022 By: Irma Venter

Indian truck manufacturer Ashok Leyland has announced a distribution partnership with ETG Logistics (ETGL), which will include ETGL operating Ashok Leyland dealerships in six countries in Southern... 


UK launches data centre for critical minerals
4th July 2022 By: Reuters

Britain on Monday launched a centre to gather data and analyse information on the supply of critical minerals such as cobalt and lithium, key for electric vehicle (EV) batteries. The centre, to be... 


Biden urges G7 to stay together as leaders target Russian gold, oil price
27th June 2022 By: Reuters

US President Joe Biden told allies "we have to stay together" against Russia on Sunday as G7 leaders gathered for a summit dominated by war in Ukraine and its impact on food and energy supplies and... 


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Ancuabe graphite project power solution, Mozambique – update
17th June 2022 By: Sheila Barradas

Triton Minerals has confirmed that two of its security and caretaker staff have been fatally injured following an insurgent attack at the mine. 


Triton committed to Mozambique graphite project despite insurgent attack
14th June 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

ASX-listed Triton Minerals on Tuesday confirmed that two of its security and caretaker staff had been fatally injured at its Ancuabe graphite project, in Mozambique, following an insurgent attack... 


Rio's drive for female staff pays off
8th June 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Major Rio Tinto this week revealed that its female-focused recruitment drives have attracted more than 3 000 applicants in Western Australia and New Zealand. In Western Australia, the Transferable... 


BIG IN BAKKIES Brink Towing Systems produces the towbars for almost all original equipment manufacturers, including Ford’s current Ranger, Raptor and Everest models
Gearing up for Ranger, Grenadier production
3rd June 2022 By: Tracy Hancock

Towbar expert Brink Towing Systems, in Pietermartizburg, KwaZulu-Natal, is expanding its manufacturing capacity in preparation for the production of automotive manufacturer Ford’s new-generation... 


Evolving cyberthreats mean enterprise storage is essential for a comprehensive corporate cybersecurity strategy
24th May 2022

By Eric Herzog, Chief Marketing Officer, at Infinidat The sophistication and scale of cyber-attacks will continue to increase exponentially around the globe, with experts expecting to see a huge... 


Rio produces first scandium oxide in North America
9th May 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

Diversified miner Rio Tinto has produced its first tach of high purity scandium oxide at its North American operations. Rio Tinto Fer et Titane (RTFT) produced the high purity scandium oxide at... 


Further delay in Haib licence court case
28th April 2022 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

TSX-V-listed Deep-South Resources reports that the legal counsel for the Namibia Ministry of Mines and Energy has been late to file its defence affidavit and has requested an extension of ten days... 


Silver demand to rise 5% this year – industry report
20th April 2022 By: Creamer Media Reporter

Global silver demand is forecast to rise by 5% this year on the back of structural advancements in industrial fabrication, which is expected to achieve another record in 2022. The 2022 demand... 


Aerial view of the Haib copper desposit
Haib copper project, Namibia – update
1st April 2022 By: Sheila Barradas

Namibia's Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia has been ordered to file its defence affidavit in the refusal of a licence for the Haib copper project by April 22 at the latest. 


Sibanye observes water month with groundwater initiatives
31st March 2022 By: Natasha Odendaal

Mining group Sibanye-Stillwater continues to drive the effective and efficient use of water with a proactive approach to reduce its reliance on potable water systems across mining operations and in... 


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Critical minerals, infrastructure and jobs big takers in Budget
30th March 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

The Australian resources sector has welcomed the government’s investment initiatives unveiled in the 2022-23 Budget. The 2022-23 Budget measures include a A$200-million spend over five years for... 


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Tech company optimistic of drones future
25th March 2022 By: Anna Moross

Despite the drones and defence sectors being adversely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in terms of the global slowdown it triggered, global aerospace and technology company Paramount Advanced... 


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Haib copper project, Namibia – update
25th March 2022 By: Sheila Barradas

In the ongoing court case pertaining to the Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia’s refusing to grant Deep-South Resources a licence for its Haib copper project, the miner reports that, although... 


Namibia Ministry ordered to file defence affidavit for Haib licence refusal by April 22
24th March 2022 By: Tasneem Bulbulia

Mineral exploration and development company Deep-South Resources reports that, at a hearing held on March 22, the judge ordered the legal counsel of the Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia to... 


Ontario unveils critical minerals strategy
18th March 2022 By: Creamer Media Reporter

As innovation and technology drive dramatic changes to the world’s economy, Ontario is positioning itself to be a global leader in supplying the critical minerals that will fuel that change with... 


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Solution offers effective ballast water treatment
18th March 2022 By: Nadine Ramdass

With ballast water discharge posing significant disruption and potential damage, regulations are being incrementally enforced to reduce the environmental impact, which, in turn, has created a need... 


Haib prospecting licence refusal extended after Namibian mining ministry submits nonevidence documents
16th March 2022 By: Donna Slater

In an ongoing court case relating to the Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia refusing to grant copper explorer and developer Deep-South Resources a licence for its Haib copper project, the... 


New strategy and more funding for critical minerals
16th March 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

The Australian government on Wednesday unveiled a package of measures to unlock Australia’s critical minerals potential, including a A$200-million Accelerator grants program, A$50-million to... 


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Australian govt invests heavily in critical minerals projects
16th March 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

The federal government on Wednesday announced over A$243-million in funding support for four critical minerals projects under the Collaboration Stream of the A$1.3-billion Modern Manufacturing... 


Senators urge Biden to invoke defence act for battery materials
14th March 2022 By: Bloomberg

US Senators sent a bipartisan letter to the Biden administration Friday afternoon asking the President to invoke the Defense Production Act to accelerate production of battery materials that are... 


Aus and India hunt for critical minerals
14th March 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

The Australian government has allocated A$5.8-million to a new three-year investment partnership with India, which could unlock mutual benefits for both countries from Australia’s world-leading... 


Aerial view of the Haib copper project site
Haib copper project, Namibia – update
11th March 2022 By: Sheila Barradas

Deep-South Resources has reported that the legal counsel of Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Energy has failed to file its defence affidavit in the refusal of a licence for the Haib copper project. 


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Canada's oil, gas emissions cap may wait until 2023, leaving climate plan hole
9th March 2022 By: Reuters

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's plan to cut greenhouse gas emissions from the oil and gas sector will not be ready until late this year or early 2023, the environment minister said on... 


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Global Mining Projects in Progress 2022
8th March 2022 By: Sheila Barradas

Countless industries globally depend on the supply of mined mineral resources, making the mining sector crucial to the world’s economy. The reliance of high-tech industries on critical metals, such... 


Deep-South says Namibia Ministry misses deadline to file Haib licence refusal defence affidavit
3rd March 2022 By: Donna Slater

TSX-V-listed copper explorer and developer Deep-South Resources reports that the legal counsel of Namibia’s Ministry of Mines and Energy has failed to file its defence affidavit in the refusal of a... 


Bluejay’s Greenland ilmenite project receives European backing
2nd March 2022 By: Creamer Media Reporter

The European Raw Material Alliance (ERMA) has announced its official support for Bluejay Mining’s Dundas project, enabling it to secure supply of ilmenite from the Greenland project for end users... 


An image of Paramount Group's Mwari aircraft
Tech development enhances defence equipment
25th February 2022 By: Nadine Ramdass

Global aerospace and technology company Paramount Group’s equipment and technologies, in service with various armed forces and security agencies on four continents, as well as digital and... 


An image of Reutech Communications' TR3000
Transceiver evades pitfalls while seizing benefits
25th February 2022 By: Nadine Ramdass

Military communication systems specialist and JSE-listed company Reunert subsidiary Reutech Communications’ TR3000 transceiver unlocks the full potential of high-frequency (HF) network... 


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Biden announces investments to shore up key critical mineral supplies
23rd February 2022 By: Mariaan Webb

US President Joe Biden on Tuesday announced several investments in the domestic production of key critical minerals and materials, as the country moves to break its dependence on China and secure a... 


Artist's impression of the Fort Worth  magnet manufacturing facility
Rare earth metal, alloy and magnet manufacturing facility, US
18th February 2022 By: Sheila Barradas

MP Materials plans to develop an 18 581 m2 greenfield metal, alloy and neodymium/iron/boron magnet manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, Texas. 


Blockchain rare earth scheme to certify sustainable output for EVs
8th February 2022 By: Reuters

An EU-funded certification scheme using blockchain is being developed for rare earths as automakers demand proof that materials used to make magnets for electric vehicles (EVs) are not linked to... 


Zimbabwe makes U-turn on mining royalties to halt currency slide
4th February 2022 By: Bloomberg

Zimbabwe’s finance minister requested mining companies pay up to half of their royalties in local currency, as part of measures to stem a decline in the unit that has been fanning inflation. The... 


NAIF approves A$140m loan to Hastings
2nd February 2022 By: Esmarie Iannucci

The Northern Australian Infrastructure Fund (NAIF) has approved a A$140-million investment into the construction of ASX-listed Hastings Technology Metals’ Yangibana rare earths project, in Western... 


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