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Semafo’s Boungou mine 91% complete

By: Henry Lazenby     19th April 2018 Montreal-based miner Semafo reported on Thursday that construction of the Burkina Faso-based Boungou mine, in Burkina Faso, is 91% complete, and 10% of the equipment has already been commissioned. Commissioning exercises started in February, focusing first on the crushing circuit equipment and... 

Drilling continues at Kodal’s Bougouni project

By: Anine Kilian     19th April 2018 Aim-listed Kodal Minerals plans to continue reverse circulation drilling on its Mali-based Bougouni lithium project until the start of the rainy season in June/ July. "We are continuing with the major exploration and definition programme at Bougouni, with multiple key activities happening in... 

McCloskey International Set to Showcase New Compact Crusher at Intermat 2018

     17th April 2018 Intermat visitors will have a chance to view the most recent addition to McCloskey International’s product portfolio, the I34R compact impact crusher, during Intermat Paris, 23-28 April 2018. This exciting new highly mobile machine will be on display outside the entrance to Hall 6 for the... 

Home-Grown, World Class Mine Winder Manufacture

     16th April 2018 So well regarded is Parnis Manufacturing’s reputation in manufacturing and refurbishing mine winders, that the company recently delivered a 23 tonne, 3 metre single drum winder to a gold mining company in Canada. The unit will be used as a man winder and service hoist, and will be used to reach a... 

Growing Presence In Coal Grows B&E International’s Capabilities

     13th April 2018 Raubex Group company B&E International’s 15 years of experience in coal today places it in the top rung of crushing and screening specialists in this competitive segment of mining, according to director of operations Sandile Mazibuko. “Our expertise – developed mainly in hard rock mining and... 

Galileo upbeat on Star Zinc potential

By: Simone Liedtke     10th April 2018 Resource and development company Galileo Resources on Tuesday announced positive results from a further seven diamond drill holes (DDHs) from its current drilling programme on the Star Zinc project, in Zambia, in which the company has an 85% interest. The results include three DDHs showing... 

Mathe Group expands tyre recycling facility, despite Redisa demise

By: Irma Venter     9th April 2018 The Mathe Group’s Hammarsdale plant, in KwaZulu-Natal, has quadrupled employment and more than doubled output since coming on stream in 2016, says the tyre recycler. Dr Mehran Zarrebini, head of British investment group PFE International, which is one of the major shareholders in the Mathe Group,... 

Avesoro achieves record production at Liberia, Burkina Faso mines in March quarter

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th April 2018 West African gold producer Avesoro Resources achieved record production at its New Liberty gold mine, in Liberia, and its Youga and Balogo gold mines, in Burkina Faso, in the quarter ended March 31. 

Zinnwald lithium study progressing on schedule – Bacanora

By: Mariaan Webb     4th April 2018 Aim-listed Bacanora Lithium is continuing to advance a feasibility study to demonstrate the economic viability of producing higher value lithium products at the Zinnwald project, in Germany, for the European battery and automotive sectors. The feasibility study is under way and is scheduled for... 

Indian sand mining framework suggest ‘manufactured sand’ and imports to bridge supply gap

By: Ajoy K Das     29th March 2018 Indian demand for sand, categorised as a ‘minor mineral’, has been estimated at about 700-million tons a year and is growing by 6% to 7% a year, according to a Sand Mining Framework document of the Mines Ministry. The document; however, does not give any estimation of supplies, but acknowledges a... 

The First International Day Dedicated To Recycling.

     22nd March 2018 Focusing on the increasing unsustainable consumption of our planet's natural resources and the economic and environmental savings  that companies and nature can achieve. Recycling: the seventh and most important resource in the world. A need to meet other needs, without turning to natural... 

ELB posts R52m interim profit

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th March 2018 Solutions provider and capital equipment supplier ELB on Wednesday announced interim profit of R52-million, a 13% year-on-year increase on the R46-million reported in the same period of 2016, with headline earnings a share increasing from R1.42 to R1.58.  

Bauba swings into the black in H1

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     9th March 2018 JSE-listed chrome miner Bauba reported a profit before tax of R46.7-million for the six months ended December 31, against a loss of R6.8-million in the six months to December 31, 2016. Profit attributable to equity holders of the parent was R15.89-million, resulting in diluted headline earnings a... 

MGX PEA outlines economic case for magnesium oxide production at Driftwood project

By: Henry Lazenby     7th March 2018 Exploration junior MGX Minerals has released the results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for its Driftwood Creek magnesium project, located in British Columbia, outlining the project's potential to become a high-margin, low-cost producer of magnesium oxide (MgO). The early-stage... 

Atlas to export Pilgangoora lithium DSO to Sinosteel

By: Simone Liedtke     2nd March 2018 ASX-listed Atlas Iron has signed an agreement with Sinosteel Australia for the export of lithium direct shipping ore (DSO) sourced from the Pilgangoora lithium project, which is owned by ASX-listed Pilbara Minerals. Atlas will sell up to 1.5-million tonnes of lithium DSO to Sinosteel over a... 

Creating value from Africa’s waste

     2nd March 2018 Egelquip was established in 2015 by MD Kieron Geoghegan. Based in Johannesburg, South Africa Egelquip works together on specialised projects throughout the African continent and abroad with its sister company Finn MacCool DRC, based in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The focus of the... 

FLSmidth concludes acquisition of remaining part of Sandvik Mining Systems

     1st March 2018 With the transfer of assets in South Africa now completed, the previously announced acquisition of the Sandvik Mining Systems projects business has been finalised. The acquisition includes continuous surface mining and minerals handling technologies and competences that strengthen the company's... 

W clears last hurdle for ‘quiet achiever’ mine

By: Mariaan Webb     27th February 2018 Tungsten/copper/gold exploration and development company W Resources is gearing up to start work on the first stage of the Régua tungsten mine, in Portugal, after clearing the final hurdle for development by buying 20.3 ha of land. The purchase, for €300 000, covers the outcropping resource of... 

Mogalakwena gushes cash as Amplats modernises, studies growth, advances fuel cell 

By: Martin Creamer     19th February 2018 The Mogalakwena platinum mine lived up to its reputation of being the most profitable platinum group metals (PGM) mine on the planet when it gushed cash and elevated a modernising, community supporting, environment protecting, growth studying and fuel-cell marketing Anglo American Platinum... 

Bauba launches Moeijelijk underground chrome development

By: Anine Kilian     19th February 2018 JSE-listed Bauba Platinum officially launched the underground development phase of its Moeijelijk chrome mine, in Limpopo, on Friday. Speaking to Mining Weekly Online, CEO Nick van der Hoven said the mine, which is set to create about 400 direct and indirect jobs by December, has already started... 

Trio Crushers And Screens On A Roll

     19th February 2018 In the three short years since Weir Minerals Africa acquired the Trio® range of crushing and screening equipment, a strong network of skills and aftermarket services has been built across Africa to support this quality brand. According to Weir Minerals Africa Process Director JD Singleton, the... 

Latin Resources secures lithium projects in San Luis, Argentina

By: Simone Liedtke     16th February 2018 ASX-listed mineral exploration company Latin Resources has secured 100% ownership of Condor lithium concessions in San Luis, Argentina, through the signing of a terms sheet with Kontrarian Resources Fund No 1. The concessions are in the vicinity of historic lithium mines. Smaller scale pegmatite... 

Commissioning starts at Bald Hill lithium plant

By: Anine Kilian     15th February 2018 Joint venture partners Tawana Resources and Alliance Mineral Assets have started commissioning the dense media separation (DMS) circuit at their Bald Hill lithium and tantalum mine, in Western Australia.  First spodumene concentrate is expected as soon as ore is fed to the DMS circuit in early... 

Lubricants company creates specialist division to drive localisation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     9th February 2018 Lubricants specialist FUCHS Lubricants South Africa (FUCHS) and its parent company FUCHS Petrolub SE, based in Germany, have created a Lubritech division to drive a specialisation and localisation agenda.  

Highland Gold publishes PFS results for Belaya Gora

By: Mariaan Webb     7th February 2018 London-listed Highland Gold Mining has published the results of a prefeasibility study (PFS) for its youngest mine, Belaya Gora, and the nearby greenfield Blagodatnoye deposit, in the Khabarovsk region of Russia’s Far East. The PFS, which was prepared by SRK Consulting, puts forward new mining... 

Lithium Australia to build large-scale lithium reclamation pilot plant

By: Schalk Burger     1st February 2018 ASX-listed Lithium Australia will build a large-scale pilot plant to recover lithium chemicals from micas in industrial waste streams using its SiLeach technology, the company said in a statement on Thursday. “Lithium Australia now has sufficient confidence in its SiLeach technology to commit to... 

ADM has made takeover approach to Bunge – WSJ

By: Reuters     20th January 2018 Agricultural processing and trading company Archer Daniels Midland has proposed a takeover of Bunge, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday, a move that could set up a battle for Bunge with London-based rival Glencore in an industry moving towards consolidation. Bunge and other top grains... 

Thyssenkrupp closes the loop in Africa’s sugar industry

     18th January 2018 Thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa combines local knowledge with global expertise to bring turnkey technology and equipment solutions that will promote the sustainability and profitability of the sugar industry in the Sub Sahara African region. The company offers market, feasibility... 

BlueRock starts mining new kimberlite pipe, expects improved results

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     18th January 2018 South African-focused diamond miner BlueRock Diamonds made a number of planned modifications to the crushing circuit at its Kareevlei diamond mine, near Kimberley, during a three-week Christmas break. The modifications are expected to improve the method of feeding ore to the crushers. 

AfriTin marks progress at Uis mine

By: Natasha Odendaal     17th January 2018 Aim-listed tin miner AfriTin Mining has acquired the entire front-end crushing component for the processing circuit of the Phase 1 processing plant at the company’s Uis tin mine, in Namibia. The equipment includes a jaw crusher, three cone crushers, stacking and conveying equipment and an... 

Alacer sees 2018 as ‘pivotal’ year

By: Natasha Odendaal     16th January 2018 TSX- and ASX-listed Alacer Gold has produced 168 163 oz of gold at all-in sustaining costs (AISC) of $685/oz, meeting its original production targets and beating its AISC cost guidance for the year. Going forward, the gold mining company expects 2018 to be a pivotal year, as the Çöpler sulphide... 

Weir Boosts Capacity And Footprint In Africa, Middle East

     15th January 2018 Process solutions is now the focus of Weir Minerals Africa, as it works to bring its growing range of services and products closer to customers in Africa and the Middle East. According to Gavin Dyer, Regional Managing Director of Weir Minerals Africa, the company is investing continuously in both... 

Kimberley’s diamond endowment given new sparkle 

By: Martin Creamer     8th January 2018 Generations of diamond processing experience, interwoven with modern know-how, is extending the diamond endowment of the city of Kimberley. Kimberley Ekapa Mining Joint Venture (KEM-JV) has come up with a viable business model that returns a diamond sparkle to the city renowned for its... 

Altura’s lithium project nearing completion

By: Natasha Odendaal     8th January 2018 ASX-listed Altura is nearing the completion of the Stage 1 construction of its lithium project, in Western Australia. The company’s “aggressive” timetable for commissioning and production is on track, with commissioning during the first quarter of this year and first lithium concentrate sales by... 

QCoal contracts Sedgman to deliver Byerwen mine

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th December 2017 Mineral processing company Sedgman has been contracted to carry out engineering, procurement and construction at QCoal Group’s greenfield Byerwen coal mine in central Queensland, as well as the delivery of a coal handling and processing plant. With a combined revenue of almost $100-million, the... 

Kasbah to revise plans for Morocco tin project

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     12th December 2017 ASX-listed Kasbah Resources will revise its definitive feasibility study (DFS) for the Achmmach tin project, in Morocco, after having identified several project optimisation opportunities that have the potential to materially improve the project and reduce risk. These opportunities mainly relate... 

Weatherly’s losses more than triple on back of Tschudi operational challenges

By: Mia Breytenbach     11th December 2017 Despite a revenue increase to $75.1-million from $63.7-million for the year ended June 30, Aim-listed Weatherly International’s losses for the year ended June 30 have more than tripled to about $40.1-million from $10.6-million, the company reported on Monday. Losses a share widened to $3.64 from... 

Welding Alloys South Africa

     8th December 2017 Crushing hammers, cane knives, washboards, shredders, trash plates and mill roll arcing are a few areas within a sugar mill that experience significant wear. In most cases, demand on throughput outweighs the need to do regular and ongoing maintenance. It is vital to extract the most value out of... 

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