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Raumix Aggregate

Raumix Aggregates (Pty) Ltd manufactures and supplies a broad range of crushed aggregate (stone and sand) to the construction and associated industries. Typical applications for our products include the following: Road construction material; Readymix concrete; Asphalt manufacturing; Concrete bricks and blocks; Precast products; Metallurgical processes; General construction aggregates.

Raumix Aggregates (Pty) Ltd operates nationally in Gauteng, the Free State and the Eastern Cape.

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Naamsa welcomes uptick in October new-vehicle sales

By: Marleny Arnoldi     1st November 2018 The National Association of Automobile Manufacturers South Africa (Naamsa) on Thursday said the latest domestic new-vehicle sales figures for October reflected an unexpected and welcome uptick of 1.7% to 51 866 units sold, which was largely supported by fairly strong growth in the various... 

Specialist contractor establishes the benchmark in specialised lining applications

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th October 2018 BKV Holdings devised a novel means of installing a Polyurea waterproofing over a Perlite cement fire-rated screed to wall system at a newly-built power station, and this approach has since become the standard on other similar projects. Perlite cement screeds are more porous than conventional... 

A.B.E. And Chryso Products Bring New Life To Wedding Venue Floors

29th October 2018 Products from the Chryso South Africa Group and its subsidiary, a.b.e. Construction Chemicals, were used for the refurbishment of the flooring at one of the Western Cape’s most popular wedding and functions venues, Murasie, in the Overberg. Johnie Emmerich, Technical Sales Consultant: Flooring... 

Draft Companies Amendment Bill

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th October 2018 The Department of Trade and Industry (“DTI”) has published the Companies Amendment Draft Bill (the “Bill”) for public comment. Interested parties may submit comments to the DTI by 20 November 2018. The Bill seeks to make amendments to Companies Act No. 71 of 2008 (the “Companies Act”). The reason... 

Bid to have Lonmin’s mining licence suspended heads to court

By: News24Wire      25th October 2018 The Mining Forum of SA heads to the North West High Court, Mahikeng, this week to have Lonmin's mining licence suspended. The forum says Lonmin has not met the commitments of its Social and Labour Plan (SLP), according to a GroundUp report. It also wants the mining rights of Lonmin-controlled... 

Global trade and development trends impact on South Africa, present opportunities

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     22nd October 2018 The recently released United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (Unctad) Trade and Development Report for 2018, entitled ‘Power, Platforms and the Free Trade Delusion’, outlines a number of lessons that South African can learn, and also presents opportunities for the country to... 

South African mint shines in Africa

By: Natasha Odendaal     19th October 2018 The South African Mint’s (SA Mint’s) master craft and secure manufacturing has made it one of the top preferred manufacturers of coins and coin blanks in the world, and a valuable partner across Africa. The famous producer of circulation and commemorative coins has, on its CV, an impressive list... 

Indian potash import prices surge 21%

By: Ajoy K Das     17th October 2018 Indian potash import prices have surged 21% to about $290/t for deliveries contracted between September 2018 and July 2019. Importers have warned that higher prices, coupled with a sharp depreciation of the Indian rupee below the Rs73 a dollar mark, would sharply increase the landed price of... 

Kenmare to declare maiden dividend for H1 2019; reports strong Q3 ilmenite, zircon production  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th October 2018 LSE-listed mineral sands producer Kenmare Resources on Tuesday announced its dividend policy, a watershed moment for the company, with dividends to be based on a minimum of 20% of profits after tax. Kenmare will start with an interim dividend for the first half of 2019, which will be paid in the... 

Seifsa president points to ‘signs of green shoots' for metals sector

12th October 2018 In an address at the Steel and Engineering Industries Federation of Southern Africa’s (Seifsa’s) Presidential Breakfast on Friday, outgoing interim president Alph Ngapo expressed optimism that the political transition, which saw President Jacob Zuma replaced by President Cyril Ramaphosa earlier... 

A.B.E. Products For Historic Knysna Hotel’s New Floors

9th October 2018 Three of a.b.e. Construction Chemicals’ popular flooring products were used for the refurbishment and alterations to the concrete floors of Knysna’s historic and prestige Turbine Boutique Hotel and Spa. Leading supplier of specialist products for the construction industry, a.b.e. is part of the... 

Provincial enviro nod for IDM’s Red Mountain

By: Mariaan Webb     8th October 2018 The Red Mountain gold and silver underground mine, in the Nass Wildlife area of British Columbia, is one step closer to development, with the provincial government granting the project environmental approval. Environment and Climate Change Strategy Minister George Heyman and Energy, Mines and... 

Stornoway announces C$129m financing package

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 Quebec diamond miner Stornoway has announced a series of financing transactions, totalling $129-million, with lenders and key stakeholders to provide greater financial and operational flexibility. The financing package is made up of a deferral of certain loan principal repayments for a 24-month... 

Indian aluminium producers seek higher import barriers

By: Ajoy K Das     28th September 2018 Indian domestic aluminium refiners are seeking tariff and non-tariff barriers to stem the rising tide of imports of the base metal into the country, which has led to lower sales by local metal producers. Major integrated aluminium refiners in the country, including State-run National Aluminium... 

MC Mining eyeing acquisition, project access, SEZ 

By: Martin Creamer     27th September 2018 Coal exploration, development and mining company MC Mining, which has painstakingly removed many obstacles in its path in the last five years, is targeting the acquisition of a second suitable operational coal mine in the mould of the cash-generative Uitkomst, taking strong steps to secure access... 

MC Mining reports normalised $9.8m loss

By: Martin Creamer     27th September 2018 Coal exploration, development and mining company MC Mining on Thursday reported a normalised after-tax loss of $9.8-million in the 12 months to June 30, when the company achieved full integration of  the cash generating Uitkomst thermal and metallurgical colliery, which sold $32.7-million worth... 

Luminex says Anglo American to earn into Ecuador project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th September 2018 Diversified miner Anglo American has signed a formal earn-in and joint venture agreement with Vancouver-based Luminex Resources, relating to Pegasus A, Pegasus B and Luz concessions in Ecuador. The agreement gives Anglo the right to earn a 60% ownership interest in a JV company indirectly... 

Great Panther adds Brazil mine to portfolio with $105m Beadell buy

By: Mariaan Webb     25th September 2018 TSX-listed Great Panther Silver has announced that it will acquire ASX-listed Beadell Resources, which owns the Tucano gold mine in Brazil, in an all-scrip deal. The transaction will create a new “growth-oriented precious metals producer” focused on the Americas, with a portfolio of three... 

Precast Concrete Faҫades Bring Buildings To Life

21st September 2018 Precast construction technology represents Finnish high-tech know-how at its best. The country’s professionalism in precast technology originates from its extensive application of this construction method. Testing innovative solutions and developing new products has been possible due to a solid... 

Rio Tinto returns $3.2bn in coal disposal proceeds to shareholders

By: Marleny Arnoldi     20th September 2018 Anglo-Australian multinational mining group Rio Tinto on Thursday unveiled how it intends to return the proceeds of its recent Australian coal disposals to its shareholders. The company will launch a $3.2-billion share buyback programme, combining an off-market buyback tender targeting up to... 

Equinox buys California mine from New Gold

By: Mariaan Webb     20th September 2018 Canadian firm Equinox Gold is set to graduate to a gold producer with the $158-million acquisition of the Mesquite openpit gold mine, in the California, from New Gold. Describing the Mesquite mine as the “perfect fit”, Equinox CEO Christian Milau said on Wednesday that the mine would produce 140... 

PSV brings on board two key partnerships to drive strategy going forward

By: Marleny Arnoldi     19th September 2018 AltX-listed industrial holding company PSV Holdings has finalised an equity transaction with Regis Holdings and concluded a broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) partnership with Beryl Holdings Partners. Regis is a Mauritanian-headquartered investment holding company, and Beryl... 

Sibanye announces early tender results for bond notes buyback

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th September 2018 JSE- and NYSE-listed precious metals miner Sibanye-Stillwater announced early tender results of its offer to repurchase up to $350-million of the 6.1% notes due in June 2022 and 7.1% notes due in June 2025. The aggregate purchase price relating to the 6.1% notes amounted to $145-million and the... 

Coal crunch faced by Indian nonpower sector to ease, not end

By: Ajoy K Das     14th September 2018 The coal shortage faced by the nonpower sector is expected to continue, although a reversal of the trend may emerge toward the end of the month, Coal India Limited (CIL) chairperson Anil Kumar Jha has said. “A surge in demand for coal at the start of the summer months this year forced CIL to... 

New tech will change nature of work, but could also create jobs

By: Schalk Burger     14th September 2018 New technologies, including advanced computing systems and the automation of various job activities, will change about 30% of activities in about 60% of occupations, and will require new skills across most industries, management consulting multinational McKinsey Global Institute global economic... 

Galileo to acquire Kabwe residual rights, 95% stake in Star zinc project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     13th September 2018 Aim-listed Galileo Resources has executed a heads of agreement to acquire the Kabwe residual rights, in Zambia, from BMR Group. The acquisition excludes BMR’s small-scale licence which is used as a zinc/lead/vanadium tailings recovery project, situated within the Kabwe mining licence.  

Mining waste set to grow, but ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’ solutions abound

By: Tracy Hancock     7th September 2018 The evolution of waste management techniques to accommodate the shift to low-grade ores by mining operations is one of the key emerging trends in the global mining waste management market, states UK market research company Technavio. The London-headquartered company explains that in the last... 

South Africa’s logistics ranked third among upper-middle-income countries

By: Simone Liedtke     6th September 2018 The 2018 World Bank Logistics Performance Index (LPI) ranks South Africa as the third most competitive market behind Thailand and China in terms of logistics performance among upper-middle-income economies ranking. Brand South Africa on Thursday welcomed the results of the LPI, which also sees... 

Sibanye-Stillwater concludes $450m convertible bonds tender process

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th September 2018 JSE- and NYSE-listed precious metals miner Sibanye-Stillwater has announced the conclusion of its invitation to tender convertible bonds for purchase up to the aggregate principal amount of $50-million in aggregate purchase price to holders of its $450-million 1.8% guaranteed unsecured... 

BHP buys into Ecuador copper project with SolGold stake

By: Esmarie Iannucci     5th September 2018 Diversified miner BHP has struck a deal with TSX-listed Guyana Goldfields (GGI) to acquire its 6.1% interest in SolGold, which is the majority owner and operator of the Cascabel porphyry copper/gold project, in Ecuador. Under the terms of the agreement, BHP will acquire GGI's entire stake of... 

New tech, automation to change but also create jobs

By: Schalk Burger     31st August 2018 New technologies, including advanced computing systems and the automation of various job activities, will change about 30% of activities in about 60% of occupations, and will require new skills across most industries, management consulting multinational McKinsey Global Institute global economic... 

Railway constraints take their toll on India’s captive thermal power plants

By: Ajoy K Das     30th August 2018 Captive thermal power plants in India are facing coal supply shortages, as a result of constraints in the availability of railway wagons to transport the coal. Not officially acknowledging any shortage of coal and instead blaming distribution bottlenecks for the supply challenges, the country’s... 

Indian govt cracks the whip to get states to complete fresh exploration by year-end

By: Ajoy K Das     30th August 2018 The Indian government has cracked the whip on mineral bearing states to ensure that they hold timely auctions of 288 mineral blocks, leases of which are slated to lapse in 2020. The federal Mines Ministry has issued an ultimatum to all mineral-bearing states to complete fresh exploration of... 

Pacton gains greater ground in Pilbara

By: Esmarie Iannucci     28th August 2018 Junior gold explorer Calidus Resources has inked a letter of intent (LoI) with TSX-listed Pacton Gold to dispose of its non-core conglomerate gold rights for C$3.5-million in shares. Under the terms of the LoI, Calidus will receive a non-refundable payment of C$10 000 and will be issued... 

Auto thought leader on need to build Tier 2 and 3 suppliers as local content falls

By: Irma Venter     24th August 2018 The South African automotive industry is eagerly awaiting the announcement of the details of government’s new support programme, the Automotive Masterplan, which is set to guide the industry’s investment activities from 2020 to 2035. The masterplan will perhaps be South Africa’s most challenging... 

Massmart cautiously optimistic about consumer demand

By: Simone Liedtke     23rd August 2018 Despite a difficult and deteriorating consumer environment, retail property group Massmart Holdings’ total sales for the 26-week period of R41.6-billion represented an increase of 1.9%, with comparable store sales increasing by 0.2% in the six-month period to June 30. While economic conditions in... 

Indian coal-fired power plants likely to miss new emission control norms deadline

By: Ajoy K Das     23rd August 2018 Indian coal-fired power plants are unlikely to meet the new emission norms by 2022, missing the deadline for the second time since the Environment Ministry first laid down compliance rules in 2015. In the 2015 notification, the Ministry made it mandatory for thermal power plants to retrofit... 

Use Building Slumps To Train Staff, Sct Urges

22nd August 2018 The construction industry should use slumps to train staff to gain a competitive edge when work volumes increase again, John Roxburgh, lecturer at The Concrete Institute’s School of Concrete Technology (SCT), has urged. Roxburgh says the volatility of the South African construction industry is... 

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