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HUD Mining Supplies

HUD Mining Supplies (Pty) Ltd was founded by David Huddy and started operating in 2005. David is the son of Mike Huddy, the CEO of the Huddy Group up to its sale in 2004, the company which was founded by Mike’s father Jack Huddy, in 1944.

This means we have a 65 plus year heritage as a manufacturer in the global diamond drilling industry.

In January 2008, HUD Engineering (Pty) Ltd was established and a new large manufacturing plant was equipped and started up. HUD Engineering manufacturers a wide range of products for HUD Mining, and has continuously grown in size and capacity since inception.

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Australian gold production still strong - Surbiton

Updated 5 hours ago Australian gold production in the first three months of the year reached records not seen since 1998, mining consultants Surbiton Associates have reported. Gold production in the three months to March totaled 78 t across Australia. However, this was down 3 t, or 4% than the last quarter of 2018. 

Focus adds ounces at Karridale

By: Esmarie Iannucci     Updated 5 hours ago Gold junior Focus Minerals has reported a 25% increase in the mineral resource t its Karridale deposit, which forms part of the Laverton gold project, in Western Australia. The deposit is now estimated to contain some 15.7-million tonne of resource at 1.3 g/t gold, for 672 000 oz contained... 

B2Gold dismisses reports of Zim gold mine acquisition 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     24th May 2019 Canadian miner B2Gold CEO Clive Johnson has dismissed reports about the company acquiring a gold mine in Zimbabwe, stating on Friday that the company was “not pursuing material developments or production mergers or acquisitions”. He reiterated B2Gold’s long-term growth strategy. “In addition to... 

Strandline raises cash for mineral sands work

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th May 2019 Mineral sands miner Strandline Resources will raise A$5.5-million for project works in Western Australia and Tanzania. The company will issue 46-million shares, priced at 12c each, to institutional and sophisticated investors, with shareholder Tembo Capital set to take part in the placement. 

Tyranna has Eureka moment in WA

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th May 2019 An independent study into the re-start of the Eureka gold project, in Western Australia, has proven that it could be a viable cash flow opportunity for owner Tyranna Resources. The restart study estimated that some 2 000 oz of gold could be recovered over a one-month mine life, generating free... 

NT sets fracking borders

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th May 2019 The Northern Territory government on Friday released no-go zone boundaries that will remain free from hydraulic fracturing exploration or production. As part of recommendations from the Scientific Inquiry into Hydraulic Fracturing in the Northern Territory, areas exempt from petroleum activity... 

Bartons delays hits Millennium balance sheet, production forecast

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th May 2019 Gold miner Millennium Minerals has reached an in-principle agreement with shareholder IMC Group for a A$20-million mezzanine debt facility to provide working capital as delays at the Bartons underground and the sulphide plant at Nullagine, in Western Australia, continued. The gold miner on... 

Myanmar raises A$20m

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th May 2019 Metals developer Myanmar Metals will raise A$20.8-million through a share placement to institutional investors. The ASX-listed company on Friday reported that had received firm commitments for the placement of more than 319.9-million shares, at a price of 6.5c each from domestic 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... 

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