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SPH Kundalila Gold

SPH is a materials handling company, operating in the surface mining industry. Its services include mobile crushing and screening, bulk earthworks, plant hire, haul road construction, rehabilitation and maintenance. The company is focussed on safety and reliability, and believes in value-add through efficiency. SPH is a full subsidiary of the Raubex Group Ltd, a JSE listed company.

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Applied Mineral Technologies

16th July 2019 Established in 2001, South African materials handling systems and processing plants construction company Applied Mineral Technologies (Amtec) has come a long way from being a consultancy to a fully fledged industrial construction company. Amtec specialises in civil, structural, mechanical, piping... 

Alaska mine with $100bn lode to get lifeline from Trump EPA

By: Bloomberg     26th June 2019 The Trump administration is throwing a lifeline to the massive Pebble mine planned near Alaska’s Bristol Bay, as regulators move toward undoing Obama-era environmental restrictions that have thwarted the project. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will resume considering on Wednesday... 

Major drill targets confirmed at Katoro’s Haneti nickel project

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     26th June 2019 There are indications that Aim-listed Katoro Gold’s 75%-owned Haneti nickel project, in Tanzania, could host a chonolith-type nickel sulphide deposit. The company would, therefore, push ahead with preparations for a fully funded drilling programme at the two key targets, Mihanza Hill and Mwaka... 

$1 400/oz could mark rebirth for gold juniors – Orefinders

By: Mariaan Webb     26th June 2019 Should the gold price be sustained at $1 400/oz – a level it breached at the start of this week – it could be the beginning of a rebirth of the neglected junior gold mining sector, which has lost significant value over recent years. This is the view of Canadian gold explorer and developer... 

Acacia fails to change Barrick’s view on mine plans 

By: Mariaan Webb     26th June 2019 London-listed Acacia Mining’s near-5 000-word rebuttal of claims by its parent company over mine plans for its gold operations in Tanzania has failed to change Barrick Gold’s view. The Toronto-headquartered miner, which is trying to buy out minority shareholders in Acacia without paying a... 

Gemfields enters into Moz gold JV

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th June 2019 JSE-listed gemstone producer Gemfields has entered into a joint venture (JV) with Mozambican company Mwiriti to explore for gold over greenfield licences near the companies' Montepuez Ruby Mining (MRM) JV operation, in Mozambique. Gemfields will hold 75% of the new JV and Mwiriti the balance. 

Los Filos expansion kicks off

By: Mariaan Webb     26th June 2019 Vancouver-based Leagold Mining has initiated the expansion of its Los Filos mine, in Mexico, following the closing of $400-million in financing that it secured for a phased growth plan to become a 600 000 oz/y to 700 000 oz/y producer. The company previously announced a tentative schedule for... 

Orla sees Camino Rojo as ‘fantastic’ opportunity

By: Mariaan Webb     26th June 2019 The Camino Rojo oxide project, in Zacatecas, Mexico, is a “fantastic opportunity to develop a quality mine”, TSX-listed Orla CEO Jason Simpson said on Tuesday, announcing the results of the feasibility study for the project that once belonged to Goldcorp. The study, prepared by a team of experts... 

Zaldivar mine asks for more time to answer questions amid Atacama water concerns

By: Reuters     26th June 2019 Chilean copper miner Antofagasta said on Tuesday it would ask regulators for more time to answer questions about an environmental impact study for its Zaldivar mine, which draws water from Chile's lithium-rich Atacama salt flat. Chilean regulators last year delayed their review of Zaldivar's... 

Gen Mining and Sibanye ink definitive Marathon agreement

By: Mariaan Webb     26th June 2019 Exploration and development company Generation Mining (Gen Mining) has entered into a definitive agreement with gold and platinum miner Sibanye-Stillwater to earn a majority stake in the Marathon project, in northern Ontario, Canada. South Africa-headquartered Sibanye CEO Neal Froneman said on... 

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