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Cost of disintegration to thwart de-globalisation efforts, Lamy avers

By: Terence Creamer     18th August 2017 Former World Trade Organisation director-general Pascal Lamy sees no turning back from globalisation, despite the current rise in political nationalism and trade protectionism. Speaking in Johannesburg this week, Lamy argued that the cost of “disintegration” would simply be too high for countries... 

Wolf making progress with turnaround plan for UK project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th August 2017 Specialty metals producer Wolf Minerals said on Thursday that the operational turnaround plan for its Drakeland openpit mine at the Hemerdon tungsten and tin project in Devon, south-west England, was making good progress. The turnaround plan, which was announced last month, is aimed at achieving... 

Technology set to unleash mining innovation – Anglo’s O’Neill

By: Martin Creamer     16th August 2017 In the next ten years, technology is set to unleash a wave of mining innovation, with the sweet spot centred on changing the thinking around orebodies and processing plants rather than much-spoken-about automation. “Our focus has changed from hunting technologies to hunting value,” Anglo American... 

On-The-Air (11/08/2017) 

By: Martin Creamer     11th August 2017 Technology has been configured that will unleash another mining boom when implemented by the struggling mining industry; A massive 40% of the gold ore in South Africa’s rich gold basin is wastefully left behind because of outdated mining methods; and If platinum ore could be pre-sorted using... 

Govt supports Northern Minerals training plan

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     7th August 2017 The federal government has awarded ASX-listed Northern Minerals some A$4.8-million in funding as part of its Building Better Regions fund, to develop an Aboriginal training-to-work (T2W) programme at the Browns Range heavy rare earth pilot plant project, in Western Australia. Northern Minerals... 

Howards Quarry Meets Much Asphalt Standards With Quality Dolerite Stone

     7th August 2017 High quality dolerite aggregate from B&E International’s Howards Quarry at eMalahleni is keeping Much Asphalt’s nearby static plant well stocked to produce asphalt for the N4 highway project and developments as far as Nelspruit over 200 km east. As one of southern Africa’s largest commercial... 

Soil turned at Browns Range pilot plant

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     28th July 2017 Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan has broken soil at the Browns Range rare earths project, marking the start of work at the pilot plant operation. The proposed A$56-million pilot plant is a tenth of the scale of the full operation, and has a 60 000 t/y crushing beneficiation circuit, and 3... 

New screening processor launched to South African Market 

     20th July 2017 New screening technology to the South African mining market, the MS 703 EVO, has been introduced by mobile crushing and screening equipment supplier Kleemann in June. Victor Moolman tells us more. 

Wirtgen Group at Steinexpo 2017 with world premiere from Kleemann

     20th July 2017 The Wirtgen Group will be showcasing tailored solutions for recycled material processing and quarry applications when it exhibits products from Kleemann and Benninghoven at the industry trade fair in Homberg/Nieder-Ofleiden, Germany, from August 30 to September 2. The world premiere of the... 

MB Crusher, When Economy Rhymes With Ecology

     18th July 2017 A crusher bucket and a screening bucket at work on a Caribbean island The story and the project 

Hummingbird’s Yanfolila on track for first gold pour by year-end

By: Anine Kilian     18th July 2017 Construction at Hummingbird Resources’ Mali-based Yanfolila mine is progressing on schedule and within budget, with several aspects of development, including process design and detailed engineering, now complete. Updating shareholders on developments at the mine during the three months ended June... 

Banro’s lower gold output leaves year-end guidance out of reach

By: Natasha Odendaal     18th July 2017 Dual-listed Banro Corporation’s Twangiza and Namoya operations produced a combined 38 739 oz of gold during the second quarter of this year, bringing the year-to-date production to 84 954 oz of gold. The lower-than-expected gold production from both mines, along with the ongoing challenging... 

Diamcor sells 2 000 ct in final June tender

By: Anine Kilian     10th July 2017 TSX-V-listed Diamcor Mining sold 2 153 ct of rough diamonds for gross proceeds of $338 380, resulting in an average price of $157.16/ct in a third and final tender and sale for the quarter completed in June. This brings the total rough diamonds tendered and sold from the initial processing of... 

Burbanks commissioning to start before month-end - Maximus

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     5th July 2017 The commissioning of the Burbanks gold treatment plant, in Western Australia, is expected to start in the second half of July, owner Maximus Resources reported on Wednesday, announcing it had secured a second toll treatment agreement for ore supply. Maximus has struck a deal with fellow-listed... 

Petra still expecting record production, despite lowering FY guidance

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     28th June 2017 A slower-than-anticipated build-up of its expansion programmes has prompted Petra Diamonds to lower its full-year production guidance by 8% to 9% from the 4.4-million previously targeted. This, the LSE-listed diamond miner said, would have a coinciding 8% to 9% impact on its revenue, which will... 

Lydian hits Amulsar milestones as construction proceeds apace

By: Henry Lazenby     20th June 2017 Construction of Lydian International’s 100%-owned Amulsar project, in Armenia, is advancing fast with 58% of the $369.9-million project capital committed as of May 31. Priority will now shift to advancing site earthworks. 

Company aims for positive impact on environment

By: Simone Liedtke     16th June 2017 Environmental management company I-CAT Environmental Solutions aims to deliver a product and service offering that impacts the environment favourably when compared with traditionally used products. 

Northern gets A$14m for pilot project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     15th June 2017 Heavy rare earths developer Northern Minerals has secured A$14-million in funding to finance its Browns Range pilot plant project, in Western Australia. The company this week reported the execution of an agreement with the Lind Partners, with the funding to be provided as second-ranking secured... 

Lydian crests 50% capex pledge at low-cost Armenian Amulsar mine

By: Henry Lazenby     8th June 2017 Armenia-focused gold project developer Lydian International has reached the halfway mark in terms of the capital committed to build its cornerstone $369.9-million Amulsar project. The coming months will see the company report regular news flow as it achieves key construction-based catalysts, with... 

OEM customer sticks with the best in condition monitoring with SKF’s IMX online system

     7th June 2017 SKF supplied an IMX online conditioning monitoring system to support a long-standing OEM customer who received a request from the end-user for assistance with vibration analysis and readings on crushing and pulverising machinery. SKF Key Accounts Manager, Anneritha Maritz, explains that the... 

Iamgold rises on 30% Côté stake sale, positive PFS results

By: Henry Lazenby     6th June 2017 The TSX-listed stock of Canadian gold producer Iamgold gained nearly 12% on Tuesday following news late on Monday that it has agreed to sell a 30% stake in its Côté gold project, in Ontario, and the publication of a positive prefeasibility study (PFS) for the mine. Tokyo-based Sumitomo Metal... 

MB Crusher To Present Its Crushing And Screening Attachments At Intermat Asean 2017

     6th June 2017 From 8th to 10th June 2017 MB will be display its products at the trade show in Bangkok It can transform your excavators, loaders, skidloders in a real crusher. The MB Crusher Buckets, 100% Made in Italy and available in 12 models, will be on stage for the first time at Intermat Asean 2017, the... 

Atalaya studies expansion at Spain copper mine

By: Mariaan Webb     2nd June 2017 A study is under way to determine the feasibility of significantly expanding the mining and processing capacity at the Proyecto Riotinto mine, in Spain. Aim- and TSX-listed Atalaya Mining is considering expanding the mine’s capacity from 9.5-million tonnes to 15-million tonnes a year, which will... 

Aggregate recycling to benefit industry

     26th May 2017 South African aggregate producers are drawing up plans to formalise the aggregate recycling industry to ensure that previously used materials are given new life, in the best possible manner. The aggregate producers’ organization Aggregate and Sand Producers Association of Southern Africa (Aspasa)... 

W Resources seeking $24m in debt financing for Spain expansion

By: Mariaan Webb     16th May 2017 Tungsten miner W Resources has started negotiations with multiple debt financiers to raise $24-million for the expansion of its La Parrilla tin and tungsten mine in the Extremadura region of Spain. The Aim-listed miner has appointed specialist debt advisory group BurnVoir Corporate Finance to... 

Matilda/Wiluna expansion to double gold output

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th May 2017 A preliminary expansion study at the Matilda/Wiluna gold project, in Western Australia, has proved positive for owner Blackham Resources. The preliminary expansion focused on the Wiluna sulphides and their integration with the current free milling ores at Matilda and Wiluna. Likely to be... 

SKF destroys 15 tons of fake bearings

     4th May 2017 Counterfeit bearings with a market value of approximately EUR 1 000 000 were destroyed in Greece, following the successful completion of legal proceedings commenced in 2009. SKF has recently completed legal proceedings against a dealer of counterfeit bearings in Greece. Initiated in 2009, a total... 

Making the most of history with the MB Crusher BF90.3 crusher bucket

     3rd May 2017 We are in Mömlingen, a small town in the heart of Bavaria, where recently-finished work has brought new splendour to one of the German town’s main squares, in front of the Church of St. Martin. A location rich in charm and historical importance, and the subject of a global restoration project for... 

Premier African Minerals ships first wolframite from RHA mine

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     3rd May 2017 The commissioning of Aim-listed Premier African Minerals’s RHA tungsten mine, in Zimbabwe, is on track, with the first shipment of wolframite concentrate completed at the start of this month.  CEO George Roach on Wednesday noted that the plant’s X-ray transmission sorter was exceeding... 

Kinross lifts Q1 earnings as metal prices rise

By: Henry Lazenby     3rd May 2017 Multinational miner Kinross Gold has posted slightly better first-quarter headline earnings as metals prices improved in the period ended March. Adjusted net earnings attributable to common shareholders were $23.4-million, or $0.02 a share, compared with $21.2-million, or $0.02 a share, for the... 

Deshnee Naidoo in Tasmania as govt invests in copper restart

By: Martin Creamer     2nd May 2017 Deshnee Naidoo, who is leading the development of former Anglo American-owned zinc assets in South Africa’s Northern Cape, has just returned from a fruitful interface with the Tasmanian government, which has chosen to invest A$9.5-million in the proposed restart of the Mount Lyell copper mine, a... 

Tasmania govt invests to restart Mt Lyell

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     1st May 2017 The Tasmanian government will invest some A$9.5-million to restart the Mt Lyell copper mine, which was shuttered at the start of 2014. Premier Will Hodgman said that the investment will allow project owner Copper Mines of Tasmania (CMT) to undertake a range of projects essential for the restart... 

Diamond production at Petra’s operations flat during rainy season

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     24th April 2017 LSE-listed Petra Diamonds’ production of 999 768 ct for the third quarter, ended March 31, was only marginally higher than the 995 905 ct it produced in the same quarter of 2016. However, run-of-mine (RoM) production for the quarter increased 18% to 760 916 ct, as RoM grades improved owing to the... 

Maximus signs toll treatment agreement

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     21st April 2017 Gold developer Maximus Resources has signed a cornerstone toll treatment agreement over its Burbanks treatment plant, in Western Australia, starting in the first half of 2017. The company said on Friday that third parties would supply gold ore to the Burbanks run-of-mine ore pad for processing... 

CRG awaits second funding tranche from investor

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     20th April 2017 A second tranche of $500 000 in funding, which forms part of Central Rand Gold’s (CRG’s) $1-million loan agreement with investor Jia Bang Wang, has been delayed, the miner said on Thursday. The company explained that certain exchange restrictions had led to the delay, but that efforts were being... 

Diesel tax refund system should be simplified – KPMG

By: Natasha Odendaal     11th April 2017 As the National Treasury and the South African Revenue Service (Sars) work to streamline the current diesel refund system, KPMG believes the development of a more simplified and concise refund framework is needed, particularly in reference to mining sector beneficiaries. The current Sars diesel... 

Despite ramp-up delay, Diamcor reports improved tender results

By: Henry Lazenby     11th April 2017 South Africa-focused project developer Diamcor Mining has reported improved diamond tender sales despite the ramp-up to double output at the Krone-Endora at Venetia mine being dogged by operational and product delivery issues. The issues have pushed finalisation of the testing, commissioning and... 

Northern Minerals sells pilot product

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     6th April 2017 Rare earths developer Northern Minerals has entered into a sales agreement with China’s Lianyugang Zeyu New Materials Sales Co (JFMAG) for all planned production from the Browns Range pilot plant, in Western Australia. The proposed pilot plant is a tenth of the scale of the full operation and has... 

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