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Amended BBBEE Construction Sector Code

     Updated 1 hour 57 minutes ago Who does it apply to? The Amended B-BBEE Construction Sector Code was gazetted on 01 December 2017 with immediate effect.  Those who already have an Amended DTI Code certificate have 2 options available to them, viz: 

Southern Gold in advanced talks for Cannon underground

By: Natasha Odendaal     Updated 2 hours 48 minutes ago ASX-listed Southern Gold has advanced discussions with multiple parties over the financing and commercial arrangements for the development of the underground mine at the Cannon project, in Western Australia. The gold explorer and producer expected to conclude the talks and align the arrangements... 

Western Australian gold explorer lists on the ASX

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th December 2017 Western Australia-focused gold explorer Nelson Resources, led by Peter Cook, has made its debut on the ASX on Friday through a A$5-million initial public offering. Nelson owns five exploration projects – the Socrates, Wilga, Yarrie, Happie Jack and Woolshed projects – which are all located in... 

Company supplies Western Cape-based distribution centre

By: Marleny Arnoldi     8th December 2017 Concrete construction specialist Bedrock Group has supplied 194 precast tilt-up concrete columns for the construction of food retailer Shoprite Holdings’ 63 000 m2 main distribution campus for the Cape Town area, in Brackenfell, in the Western Cape.  

Xtract announces enhanced terms for Manica gold project

By: Anine Kilian     7th December 2017 Aim-listed Xtract Resources’ Mozambique subsidiary Explorator has negotiated enhanced terms for the exploration of alluvial gold deposits in the western portion of its Manica mining concession, in Mozambique, the company announced on Thursday. Explorator initially concluded mining contractor... 

AngloGold’s Tropicana JV commits to Long Island strategy

By: Mariaan Webb     7th December 2017 Joint venture (JV) partners AngloGold Ashanti and Independence Group have committed to the initial phase of the Long Island strategy, which will ultimately add 2.1-million ounces to the Tropicana mine’s business plan and will extend the operation’s mine life by seven years to 2027. The... 

Tshipi Borwa manganese mine boosts Jupiter to R336-million interim profit

By: Schalk Burger     6th December 2017 South Africa’s Tshipi Borwa manganese mine provided ASX-listed Jupiter Mines with an interim profit of R336-million, while its Australian Mount Ida magnetite and Mount Mason direct shipping ore hematite projects remain under care and maintenance. “During the half-year period, the focus was on the... 

Three Tips For Meeting Production Targets

     6th December 2017 Mines are dynamic environments with loads of pressure on managers, department heads and procurement officers to keep up the pace, but there are three key bases to be covered if they are to consistently meet daily goals and keep the wheels turning smoothly. These must-haves are communication,... 

Eurasia plans to operate at least two openpits at West Kytlim in 2018

By: Mariaan Webb     5th December 2017 London-listed Eurasia Mining is considering bringing on board mining contractors to operate more than one openpit at the West Kytlim platinum and gold mine in the Ural mountains to mitigate the risk of a single operator. This comes as the contractor, RegionMetall, discontinued operations in... 

Tyranna announces Kalgoorlie gold mine acquisition

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st December 2017 ASX-listed gold explorer Tyranna Resources on Friday announced the acquisition of the near-producing Eureka project in Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, from TSX-V-listed Central Iron Ore for $3.2-million consisting of cash and shares. The acquisition of the Eureka project, including the Eureka... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 Eskom has linked unit four of its Medupi coal power station to the grid. 

Liquefied natural-gas-fired gas turbine combined-cycle power plant, China

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 Qingdao Energy Kaiyuan Thermoelectricity is building an 80 MW liquefied natural-gas-fired gas turbine combined-cycle power plant, in Shandong province. 

Brent Cross London regeneration, England

By: Sheila Barradas     1st December 2017 The regeneration of Brent Cross London will double the size of the existing centre to two-million square feet of retail and leisure space.  

Karowe to produce up to 290 000 ct in 2018

By: Anine Kilian     30th November 2017 Canadian diamond junior Lucara Diamond’s Karowe mine, in Botswana, is expected to process between 2.4-million and 2.7-million tonnes of ore and produce between 270 000 ct and 290 000 ct of diamonds in 2018.  In an update to shareholders on Thursday, the diamond miner noted that the performance of... 

Premium German anchoring systems available locally

     30th November 2017 Some of the most technically-advanced anchoring system solutions in the world are being made available to the local construction and allied industries by leading distributor Upat in Johannesburg. Established in 1983, one of the sole distributorships that Upat prides itself on is, fischer from... 

Lupaka kicks off Invicta PEA

By: Henry Lazenby     29th November 2017 Peru-focused gold explorer and project developer Lupaka Gold has appointed consulting engineering firm SRK Consulting Canada the lead contractor to prepare a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) on its 100%-owned Invicta gold project. Invicta is an advanced-stage gold/copper polymetallic... 

Bald Hill project 'coming to life'

By: Mariaan Webb     28th November 2017 The Bald Hill lithium project, near Kambalda, in Western Australia, is proceeding apace with structural steel work now well advanced and the placement of mechanical equipment and electrical cable having started. Mark Calderwood, MD of Tawana Resources, which owns the project in a joint venture... 

Triton shortlists two EPC contractors to spearhead Ancuabe construction

By: Samantha Herbst     27th November 2017 ASX-listed graphite developer Triton Minerals has shortlisted engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) companies Sinosteel Equipment & Engineering and MCC International as potential EPC contractors for its Mozambique-based Ancuabe graphite project. Triton announced on Monday... 

Feasibility study boosts Lincoln’s Kookaburra Gully graphite project prospects

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     27th November 2017 A feasibility study has found in favour of developing what is likely to be Australia’s only operating graphite mine when construction and commissioning work begins towards the second half of next year. ASX-listed Lincoln Minerals on Monday announced the outcomes of the study, which focused on... 

Novo to focus on trenching at Purdy’s Reward, conglomerate explorers' shares tumble

By: Mariaan Webb     27th November 2017 TSX-V-listed Novo Resources is shifting its focus to trenching as a way of collecting bulk samples at the Purdy’s Reward gold joint venture (JV) project, in the Pilbara, after large diameter drilling failed to deliver a consistent, quality sample. Novo, which announced the news late on Friday,... 

Microgrids add new arrow to Africa’s electricity access quiver

By: Mia Breytenbach     24th November 2017 The launch of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid on Robben Island – the World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town, which, until recently, relied on diesel to generate electricity – not only showcases the versatile advantages of microgrid technology, but also... 

BMW plant refurbishment project nabs Steel Award

     24th November 2017 This year’s Steel Awards, hosted by the Southern African Institute of Steel Construction and  sponsored by steel manufacturer and supplier Aveng Trident Steel, saw BMW’s heavy electric monorail system (H-EMS) win both the overall winner award, and the Safal Steel Innovation Category award. The... 

Microgrids add new arrow to Africa’s electricity access quiver

By: Mia Breytenbach     24th November 2017 The launch of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid on Robben Island – the World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town, which, until recently, relied on diesel to generate electricity – not only showcases the versatile advantages of microgrid technology, but also... 

Talking openly about selective application of local content requirements for valves

     24th November 2017 The Association of Valve Importers South Africa (AVISA) is a voluntary association of valve importers whose mission is to ensure that its members are treated in a fair and equitable manner by national, provincial or local spheres of government. AVISA supports local manufacturing in South Africa... 

Achiras wind power project, Argentina

By: Sheila Barradas     24th November 2017 Central Puerto is building a 48 MW wind farm, in the province of Córdoba. 

Brent Cross London regeneration, UK

By: Sheila Barradas     24th November 2017 Hammerson and Standard Life Investments is doubling the size of the Brent Cross London centre, in England. 

Robben Island inaugurates solar PV microgrid  

     23rd November 2017 Robben Island, a World Heritage Site in Table Bay, Cape Town has gone green with the installation of a R25-million solar energy, lithium-ion battery storage microgrid. Mia Breytenbach has the details. 

After 130 years cooling comes to the oldest listed mine

     22nd November 2017 As you mine deeper, sooner or later it’s going to get hot. And so it has at Barberton, although it has taken more than a hundred years. BBE Projects have recently commissioned a refrigeration and air cooling system at Barberton Mine’s Fairview Shaft to provide much-needed cooling for the on-going... 

Battery Minerals raises A$20m to fast-track Montepuez, Balama graphite projects

By: Natasha Odendaal     21st November 2017 ASX-listed Battery Minerals has received commitments from institutional, sophisticated and professional investors to raise A$20-million to fund its next phase of growth at its Mozambique-based graphite projects. Some A$19.5-million is being raised through a share placement at 6c and A$500 000... 

Oracle signs project funding MoU with Chinese SoEs

By: Mariaan Webb     21st November 2017 UK energy developer Oracle Power has signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with two Chinese State-owned enterprises for the funding of a $1.6-billion lignite coal mine and power station project in Pakistan. The MoU proposes that Sichuan Provincial Investment Group (SCIG) will be the majority... 

TNPA completes R39m infrastructure upgrade at Port Nolloth

By: Anine Kilian     20th November 2017 The Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) has completed the R39-million rehabilitation of the infrastructure of Port Nolloth on the north-western coast of South Africa. The infrastructure upgrade was carried out by contractor Steffanuti Stocks Marine over 14 months, with 25% of the contract... 

Building pipeline in Aus sees Probuild contribute 60% of WBHO revenue

By: Irma Venter     17th November 2017 Wilson Bayly Holmes-Ovcon’s (WBHO’s) Australian subsidiary, Probuild, has been named the most active construction company in the country by the Australian Housing Industry Association Construction 100 Report. Probuild has jumped from fifth place last year to top spot, in terms of work procured. 

Concor Infrastructure forges ahead with new construction projects

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th November 2017 Diversified infrastructure and services company Concor Infrastructure is halfway towards completing the additional 14-m-wide dual carriageway on the N2 highway between Mtunzini and Empangeni, in KwaZulu-Natal.  

PMSA Batching Solutions

     17th November 2017 Being a supplier of concrete equipment in Africa for over 40 years, PMSA provides wet batching plant solutions for customers in the civil sector for renewable energy such as wind and solar plants, conventional power stations, dam construction, roads and bridges; on-site mobile batching plants for... 

Full range of measuring tools for the African market

     16th November 2017 A full range of premium German measuring tools are available locally from leading distributor Upat in Johannesburg, ranging from levels to lasers and even tape measures. The main benefit to the African market of the extensive Stabila range is that products include entry-level units all the way to... 

Anova starts development at Second Fortune

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     14th November 2017 Junior gold developer Anova Metals has reported the start of mine development at the Second Fortune operation, in Western Australia. Anova, which in June this year merged with fellow-listed Exterra Resources, on Tuesday told shareholders that mining contractor GBF had been mobilised to site and... 

Paragon is a double winner at GIfA 2017 Awards

     8th November 2017 Leading architecture, interior design, and space-planning practice Paragon of Johannesburg was a double winner at the Gauteng Institute for Architecture (GIfA) Awards held on Thursday 28 September 2017. Paragon clinched an Award of Merit for Alice Lane 3, an office building on the corner of Alice... 

AngloGold achieves strong Q3 performance, on track to meet FY guidance

By: Mia Breytenbach     6th November 2017 Johannesburg- and New York-listed AngloGold Ashanti generated free cash flow of $88-million in the third quarter of this year, following strong production and cost containment across its portfolio, and remains on track to meet its full-year guidance.  The free cash flow for the quarter, compared... 

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