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Booyco Electronics (Pty) Ltd is a market leader in the innovation and supply of specialised electronic safety equipment to the southern African mining sector. Some of these warning, locating and monitoring systems are unique in the industry and new products are being introduced to the line-up on an ongoing basis.

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Rainbow sees positive outcomes in FY18

By: Simone Liedtke     19th September 2018 Following years of planning and preparation, LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths’ Gakara project, in Burundi, entered production in the 2018 financial year, ended June 30, and exported 575 t of rare earths concentrate. In a market dominated by Chinese producers, Rainbow chairperson Adonis Pouroulis... 

Metminco buys Solomon Islands nickel project, to delist from Aim

By: Mariaan Webb     19th September 2018 Share trading in Metminco resumed on the ASX on Wednesday as the miner announced the acquisition of the Jejevo nickel project, in the Solomon Islands, giving it exposure to the nickel market at a time of rising demand from the battery market. Metminco will buy Sunshine Metals in a scrip... 

Kirkland invests in Urban Barry explorer Osisko Mining

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th September 2018 Midtier gold producer Kirkland Lake has increased its shareholding in TSX-listed Osisko Mining, through which it has exposure to the Urban Barry area of north-western Quebec. The company acquired 14 705 882 common shares of Osisko by way of private placement at C$1.70 a share, for a total cash... 

Large Bridges Showcase Concor Infrastructure Expertise On N2 Road Contract

17th September 2018 Concor Infrastructure has made solid progress constructing and extending more than eleven structures, including two large bridges and four overpass bridges, on the exciting N2 highway upgrade between Mtunzini and Empangeni in KwaZulu-Natal. This substantial South African National Roads Agency SOC... 

Mandela Mining Precinct to bolster mining sector  

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     14th September 2018 JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – Science and Technology Minister Mmamoloko Kubayi-Ngubane on Friday stressed the need for the mining industry to embrace the Fourth Industrial Revolution. Speaking at the launch of the Mandela Mining Precinct, in Melville, Johannesburg, she reassured the industry... 

Netstar introduces mine fleet safety solution

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th September 2018 Telecommunications and information technology company Allied Electronics Corporation’s Netstar subsidiary has developed a unique and fully compliant solution that helps mitigate accidents in mine fleets. “Ensuring safe working conditions for the mining sector is a challenge, particularly when... 

First Majestic sees near-term production potential at Ermitano

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th September 2018 Canadian silver miner First Majestic Silver exercised its option agreements over the Ermitaño and Cumobabi projects and has earned 100% of these projects, which are located near its operating Santa Elena mine, in Sonara, Mexico. In terms of a 2014 option agreement with Evrim Resources, First... 

Danakali banks on new investor mood to fund Eritrean mine

By: Reuters     7th September 2018 Fertiliser miner Danakali aims to raise $322-million this year to develop giant potash reserves in Eritrea, industry sources say, banking on Asmara's warmer ties with Ethiopia to help lure investors. The project will test the changing mood in the West towards the isolated nation, sandwiched... 

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... 

Oz sets aside a further A$2m for Eloise

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     4th September 2018 Copper gold miner Oz Minerals will invest a further A$2-million on exploration on the Eloise joint venture (JV), in Queensland, during the 2018 calendar year. JV partner Minotaur Exploration on Tuesday reported that the two companies would expand exploration activity across the JV tenements with... 

Stellenbosch University receives R2.9m grant to develop fire engineering postgraduate degrees

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd September 2018 Stellenbosch University’s Fire Engineering Research Unit (FireSUN) has received a grant of R2.9-million from Lloyd’s Register Foundation, to develop Africa’s first-ever postgraduate programme in fire engineering. This will help provide the expertise needed to keep the African continent safe in... 

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... 

JG Afrika helps SANRAL drive another strategic road upgrade

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd August 2018 JG Afrika, a leading engineering and environmental consultancy, is overseeing the upgrade of a 48 km section of the N2 highway between Caledon and Riviersonderend in the Western Cape. The road serves as a vital link between the Eastern Cape and KwaZulu-Natal, and about 3 500 motor vehicles and... 

SA looking to Equatorial Guinea, South Sudan and Algeria for oil

By: African News Agency      21st August 2018 South Africa is looking to Algeria, Equatorial-Guinea and South Sudan for crude oil sources closer to home as the country experiences its highest fuel prices in history, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said on Tuesday. "We are looking very aggressively to other countries, Equatorial Guinea, Algeria,... 

AECOM wins CESA Aon Award for Cape Flats 3 Bulk Sewer – Phase 2

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th August 2018 Integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM was a winner in the category projects with a value greater than R250 million for the Cape Flats 3 Bulk Sewer – Phase 2 (CF3-2) project at the 2018 CESA Aon Engineering Excellence Awards on 15 August. Designed by AECOM and constructed by CSV... 

Aury Africa introduces RFID track-and-trace solution for mining

15th August 2018 Screening and vibrating equipment solutions and services provider Aury Africa has introduced a radio-frequency identification (RFID) audit and inspection solution that is ideal for mining applications. These include inspecting plant equipment, mining machines, pumps, valves and pipes – in fact,... 

Universal's A$18.6m deal advances

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     8th August 2018 The South African Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has given ASX-listed Universal Coal approval for the transfer of ownership of the Glisa and Eerstelingsfontein mining rights. Universal, through a 49%-owned subsidiary North Block Complex Proprietary (NBC), in March entered into an... 

Cargo Carriers cements its legacy in powders transportation

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd August 2018 South Africa’s embattled cement producers will continue to focus on improving operational efficiencies to ensure their survival in an extremely cautious economy that has brought many large state-driven civil-engineering infrastructure and private-sector property developments to a grinding halt.... 

Cokal gets funding partner for BBM

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     1st August 2018 ASX-listed Cokal has secured development funding for its 60% owned Bumi Barito Mineral (BBM) pulverised coal injection (PCI) coal project, in Indonesia. Cokal on Wednesday told shareholders that it had executed a binding term sheet with Aahana Global Resources & Investment, a special purpose... 

Liontown gets maiden vanadium resource at Toolebuc

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     30th July 2018 ASX-listed Liontown Resources has reported a maiden inferred mineral resource of some 83.7-million tonnes at its Toolebuc project, in Queensland, grading 0.30% vanadium pentoxide. MD David Richards said on Monday that the maiden Joint Ore Reserves Committee-compliant resource, which was based on... 

Price of electricity affects local gas-to-power projects

By: Melissa Zisengwe     27th July 2018 One of the biggest challenges of implementing gas-to-power projects in South Africa is the volatility of the natural gas price, compared with that of electricity, says consultancy firm WSP Africa generation and power regional director Martin Mkhabela. This volatility is caused by the pricing... 

New Actros promises R300 000 in savings, despite SA’s dirty fuel

By: Irma Venter     26th July 2018 The new Mercedes-Benz Actros truck can save South African fleet owners up to 6% in fuel compared with the previous model, says Daimler Trucks & Buses Southern Africa (DTBSA) executive director Jasper Hafkamp. If calculated over a four-year period, this could mean a saving of up to R300 000 per... 

Solid start for M&D Construction Group on ground-breaking housing development

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th July 2018 M&D Construction Group, a leading South African building and civil-engineering construction contractor, has commenced work on a large development that will provide affordable housing to many low income earners and tenants in Vosloorus, Gauteng. Importantly, this project aims to deliver an... 

CSIR unveils technologies to enhance mine safety

By: Nadine James     24th July 2018 It is unlikely that the mining industry will attain its goal of zero harm by 2020 and, as such, the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) has revealed some of the mine safety technologies it is developing and looking to commercialise. Speaking at the Mandela Mining Precinct, on... 

Babcock’s new resource screening centre maximises efficiency on site

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th July 2018 Launched less than a year ago, Babcock’s new resource screening centre is already proving its value in matching skilled labour resources to specific on-site job requirements in the power sector. Over the past 11 months, the centre has significantly contributed to improving efficiencies on site by... 

Copper trains ransacked by 'moles' in full-moon desert heists

By: Bloomberg     13th July 2018 On nights lit by a full moon, thieves leap from trucks onto trains as they roll through Chile’s Atacama desert, before throwing 80-kg slabs of copper to the ground and disappearing into the dark. It’s a tactic known as “the cat” and the robbers are “moles” because no one knows where they come... 

Weir completes acquisition of ESCO Corporation

12th July 2018 The Weir Group PLC has completed the acquisition of ESCO Corporation, the world’s leading provider of ground engaging tools for surface mining and infrastructure markets, for an enterprise value of US$1,285m.  It follows regulatory clearance for the transaction, which was first announced on 19... 

Platina finds site for Owendale plant

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     12th July 2018 ASX-listed Platina Resources has signed a lease for the site of its proposed Owendale scandium processing facility, in New South Wales. The site, a former abattoir, is some 70 km from the mine site and has road system capable of handling the trucks that will be used to transport ore from the... 

Reliable Detection Of Objects With Sensors From Countapusle Controls

10th July 2018 Countapulse Controls advises that German sensor specialist, Leuze electronic is expanding its portfolio of optoelectronic and inductive switches with capacitive proximity switches. This move will make it possible for users to procure obtain complete solutions for detection requirements from a... 

AngloGold Ashanti selects MineSuite for underground tracking and control

9th July 2018 AngloGold Ashanti Australia Ltd has selected MinLog’s MineSuite system to provide an Underground Mine Management System at the Sunrise Dam operation in Western Australia. The initiative will build capacity for supporting increased production targets at the gold mine. MineSuite will enable... 

Precision processing of coils and flat sheets to the highest international standards

6th July 2018 Situated in Wadeville, Germiston, and operating from a  80 119 m2 site of which 48 700 m2 is covered, Macsteel Coil Processing is one of the leading coil and flat sheet processing facilities in Southern Africa. Equipped with ISO 9001 certification, Macsteel Coil Processing’s valued customers are... 

AngloGold starts development of Vogue orebody to increase Sunrise Dam production

By: Simone Liedtke     5th July 2018 Development of the large, high-grade Vogue orebody at gold miner AngloGold Ashanti’s Sunrise Dam gold mine, in Western Australia, is now under way, with production expected to increase by 25% this year to about 300 000 oz. This development follows the commissioning of the miner’s Recovery Enhance... 

How Booyco Use Of Vlf Technology Makes Mines Safer

5th July 2018 The application of very low frequency (VLF) technology in the development of underground safety equipment has been an important step towards achieving the mining sector’s objective of zero harm, according to Booyco Electronics engineer and developer Frank Schommer. Booyco Electronics began... 

Hummingbird starts exploration drilling campaign at Yanfolila

By: Simone Liedtke     2nd July 2018 Aim-listed Hummingbird Resources has begun an exploration drilling campaign on its mining permit for its Yanfolila gold mine, in Mali, while simultaneously starting mining at Komana West. The campaign is targeting the conversion of resources to reserves, while extending the mine life of Yanfolila... 

India’s SCCL to get new coal blocks, foray into new business verticals

By: Ajoy K Das     26th June 2018 Government miner Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) has adopted a twin-pronged expansion strategy to take its coal mining operations beyond its present southern Indian geographical boundaries and at the same time add new business verticals of ‘manufactured sand’ production and solar... 

New copper reserves established in India

By: Ajoy K Das     18th June 2018 The Geological Survey of India (GSI) has established indicative reserves of copper in central Indian province of Chhattisgarh. The discovered copper reserves, spread across an estimated 25 km2, will be taken up for detailed exploration by Chhattisgarh Copper Limited (CCL) the recently floated... 

Sikorsky Continues Customer Support Focus with New Parts Supply Site and S-92 Blade Repair Capability

8th June 2018 Sikorsky, a Lockheed Martin company, today announced the relocation and expansion of its Brazil-based forward stocking location (FSL) at a ribbon cutting ceremony attended by local operator CEOs and Sikorsky officials. The strategic decision positions Sikorsky products closer to operators and... 

Optimising the supply chain: delivering value for all

8th June 2018 By Rodney Francis and Helen Lane Last-mile solutions (LMS), a key aspect of modern supply-chain management is gaining in relevance, while also changing and expanding its meaning, as the FMCG industry continues to evolve, placing ever-greater importance on sustainability, digital solutions and... 

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