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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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Namibia Rare Earths changes name to reflect broader commodity base

30th May 2018 TSX­-V-listed Namibia Rare Earths has changed its name to Namibia Critical Metals. “The company changed its name to more accurately reflect the recently expanded commodity base from solely rare earths to include a variety of highly critical commodities, including cobalt, copper, vanadium, zinc,... 

Mantashe to conclude Mining Charter community consultation tour

30th May 2018 Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe will conclude the nationwide community consultations on the Mining Charter in Newcastle, KwaZulu-Natal, on Thursday. He has had ten consultations across the country to gather input from stakeholders on the charter before it is finalised in June. 

Kore Potash appoints new CEO

30th May 2018 Stuart Bradley (Brad) Sampson, once employed by Gold Fields in South Africa and Australia, has been appointed CEO of potash development company Kore Potash, taking over from outgoing CEO Sean Bennett, effective from June 4. Sampson was most recently CEO of ASX-listed Tiger Resources and held... 

Stratex appoints new CFO, company secretary

30th May 2018 Robert Smeeton has been appointed CFO and company secretary of Aim-listed Stratex International, succeeding Perry Atwood, who is retiring, effective June 4. "Atwood has played a critical role in the development and success of Stratex since joining in 2005. I wish him well in his retirement,”... 

Ivanhoe installs new crusher at Kipushi mine

30th May 2018 Canadian exploration and development company Ivanhoe Mines has installed a large-capacity rock crusher 1 150 m below surface at its upgraded Kipushi zinc/copper/silver/germanium mine, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The crusher has a maximum capacity of 1 085 t/h. After the 54 t... 

Skills investment needed to sustain manufacturing industry

29th May 2018 To ensure South Africa has the skills required for advanced manufacturing, industry needs to invest in high-end skills, National Tooling Initiative Programme (NTIP) CEO Dirk van Dyk said on Tuesday. Addressing delegates at the release of the Manufacturing Circle Investment Tracker (MCIT) for the... 

Manufacturing sector investment to remain stable in Q2 – Manufacturing Circle

29th May 2018 The Manufacturing Circle Investment Tracker (MCIT) for the first quarter of this year shows there has been investment into the manufacturing sector in the past 15 months, but that investment is declining. Presenting key findings of the MCIT, in Centurion, on Tuesday, Manufacturing Circle... 

UCT biomedical engineers design affordable adrenaline auto-injector

28th May 2018 Biomedical engineers from the Medical Devices Lab at the University of Cape Town (UCT) have developed an affordable, reloadable adrenaline auto-injector called the ZibiPen. The injector will provide vials of adrenaline for a fraction of the current cost of adrenaline auto-injectors to people with... 

SEZ officials to receive training in China

28th May 2018 A group of 50 Special Economic Zone (SEZ) practitioners and supporting sector specialists from the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), provincial departments and local municipalities and agencies responsible for the implementation of government’s SEZ programme, will participate in a capacity... 

DRA consolidates West African footprint with Sierra Leone EPC project

28th May 2018 Global engineering firm DRA has secured a contract with Iluka Resources subsidiary Sierra Rutile for the expansion of its mineral sands operations in the Bonthe district of Sierra Leone. Sierra Rutile’s Gangama plant, which was originally built by DRA in 2016, will double its capacity to between... 

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