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Anine Kilian

Anine Kilian

Anine Kilian is a Creamer Media Contributing Editor Online for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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GFG acquires Timmins claims from Alamos subsidiary

1st June 2018 TSX-V-listed GFG Resources has entered into a purchase and sale agreement with Richmont Mines, a subsidiary of Alamos Gold, to acquire a 100% interest in claims that are adjacent to its Pen Gold project, west of Timmins, Ontario. GFG will pay for the Sewell property in 390 930 common shares. 

RNC secures $13m loan; strategic focus shifts to Dumont project

1st June 2018 TSX-listed miner RNC Minerals has entered into a $13-million bridge financing facility with Auramet International that will eliminate most debt repayment commitments for the rest of the year, as its focus shifts to the “shovel-ready” Dumont base metals project, in the Abitibi region of Quebec.... 

South African precious metals recycling innovation reaches Africa Prize finals

1st June 2018 An innovation that uses a cheap and sustainable recycling method to recover precious metals has made it into the finals of the 2018 Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation.    

Distell relists on the JSE

1st June 2018 Beverage producer Distell relisted on the beverage sector of the JSE on Friday. “Today marks an important journey in our company’s evolution as it simplifies a historically multitiered ownership structure of Distell, through investment holding company Capevin, providing investors with a... 

Weatherly shares suspended as water ingress at Tschudi creates uncertainty

1st June 2018 Aim-listed Weatherly International has requested a suspension in the trading of its shares, effective Friday, owing to the uncertain position of its Namibia-based Tschudi mine, as a result of significant water ingress.  The Tschudi openpit mine had recently experienced a rapid increase in... 

Technology key to improving education, EY argues

1st June 2018 Technology is rapidly contributing to improvements in the quality of education on the African continent, says EY Africa People Advisory Services Leader Chad Schaefer. Speaking at EY’s Strategy Growth Forum Africa conference, in Johannesburg, on Thursday, he noted that digital learning could be... 

Emerging markets more vulnerable to cyberattacks

1st June 2018 Africa has one the highest cyberattack rates in the world, says EY cybersecurity leader Samresh Ramjith. “We are seeing mobile penetration at more than 100% across Africa. To most people on the continent, mobile phones are the most expensive piece of equipment they own. 

Nuclear science centre to be built in Zambia

1st June 2018 Russia’s Rosatom and Zambia have signed an agreement for the construction of the Centre for Nuclear Science and Technology (CNST) in the Southern African country. Construction of the centre will be the first joint project between Russia and Zambia in the field of nuclear technologies.  

DWS, Sanbi launch R90m water project

31st May 2018 Water and Sanitation Minister Gugile Nkwinti and South African National Biodiversity Institute (Sanbi) chairperson Nana Magomola on Thursday launched the R90-million Ecological Infrastructure for Water Security project, in Johannesburg. The project is aimed at transforming the way people think... 

Albany reopens Virginia bakery after R70m refurbishment

31st May 2018 Bread producer Albany has reopened its bakery in Virginia, in the Free State, following a R70-million refurbishment. The new bakery will initially operate for 12 hours a day, across two shifts, with plans to eventually increase output to full capacity, baking for 24 hours a day, across three shifts. 

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