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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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Euro Sun details plan for Romania mine

By: Mariaan Webb     20th February 2019 TSX-listed Euro Sun Mining has completed a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the initial phase of development at the Rovina Valley gold/copper project, in Romania, detailing plans to produce 108 000 oz/y of gold and 13.3-million pounds a year of copper, or 139 000 oz/y gold equivalent.... 

Premier agrees to amended terms for KME acquisition, welcomes Ministry’s financial assistance

By: Simone Liedtke     14th February 2019 The board of Aim-listed Premier African Minerals has agreed to amended terms with KME Holdings for the proposed acquisition of KME’s assets and has, in addition, agreed to terms for the acquisition of 50% of the equity in the Zimbabwe-based near-term gold producer Honey Badger Resources (HBR).... 

South32 finalising preferred list of coal mine bidders 

By: Martin Creamer     14th February 2019 The complete preferred list of bidders for South32’s energy coal interests is still being finalised, South32 CEO Graham Kerr told Mining Weekly Online on Thursday, when he also provided three reasons why the company’s Australian manganese operations are doing better than its South African... 

Total Announces Ground-breaking Oil Discovery 175km Off the Southern Coast of South Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      13th February 2019 The recent gas condensate discovery by Total South Africa, 175km off the southern coast of South Africa, has set the stage for a significant contribution to the nation’s economic development as it will assist in reducing dependency on imports of oil and gas, notwithstanding the considerable... 

Collision solution complements operator activities

By: Khutso Maphatsoe     8th February 2019 Since the launch of its fourth-generation MineAlert collision awareness system (CAS), the core focus of industry leader in fleet management technology in mining,  Modular Mining Systems, Inc. (MMSI) is to ensure that the collision awareness solution mitigates false alarms while continuing to... 

Australia miner Independence says in talks with potential buyers of battery chemicals

By: Reuters     6th February 2019 Independence Group, an Australian miner looking to move into making chemicals used in electric vehicle batteries, on Wednesday said it was in talks with a range of potential buyers of those products. The mid-tier miner trialled production of battery chemical nickel sulphate in December and... 

Calidus adds to Warrawoona resource

By: Esmarie Iannucci     6th February 2019 ASX-listed junior Calidus Resources has increased its Warrawoona gold project’s mineral resource by 75%, to 1.25-million ounces. The total Joint Ore Reserves Committee compliant resource for the Western Australian project now stood at 21.2-million tonnes, grading 1.83 g/t gold for 1.25-million... 

‘Scale’ matters in South Africa’s logistics game

1st February 2019 Scale matters to competitive advantage and doing more with less through technology, consolidation and networking enables South Africa-based and -managed freight solutions provider Bidvest Panalpina Logistics’ (BPL’s) larger service offering at a lower unit cost. The concept of scale – the average... 

The gender gap done differently

30th January 2019 Ranked 19th (out of 149 countries) in the 2018 Global Gender Gap Report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF), South Africa is ahead of the curve when compared to many other nations. The question is raised, does the gender gap exist and, if so, why? However, it is different to what many... 

Pan African’s newly commissioned tailings plant boosts H1 gold output  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     25th January 2019 JSE- and Aim-listed Pan African Resources’ production for the six months ended December 31, 2018, increased by 54.2% year-on-year to 81 014 oz on the back of a robust operational performance at the Barberton complex and from its newly commissioned tailings retreatment plant. Gold production... 

US copper projects gain steam thanks to electric vehicle trend

By: Reuters     24th January 2019 Once seen as a laggard in the global mining industry, US copper deposits have quietly drawn more than $1.1-billion in investments from small and large miners alike as Tesla and other electric carmakers scramble for more of the red metal. Four US copper projects are set to open by next year - the... 

ISAF Ithubalethu launches IPO for student accommodation  

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     21st January 2019 Inkunzi Student Accommodation Fund (ISAF) Ithubalethu is aiming to counter the shortage of affordable student accommodation, while enabling access to the property market for the general public, and delivering returns to investors, ISAF Ithubalethu CEO Owen Nkomo outlined on Monday, during a... 

Bauba says High Court halts mining right grant to Samancor Chrome

By: Marleny Arnoldi     7th December 2018 JSE-listed Bauba Platinum on Friday informed its shareholders that the High Court, in Pretoria, had set aside the granting of a chrome-ore mining right to Samancor Chrome in respect of the farms Wintersveld, Jagdlust and Zeekoegat, owing to a lack of proper notice and consultation with interested... 

PSG Wealth to move into Ingress development in Midrand  

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th November 2018 JSE-listed property developer Attacq and wealth management firm PSG Wealth on Friday held a sodturning ceremony to officiate the development of the Ingress office park, in the Waterfall precinct, in Midrand. PSG will take up residency in a four-storey 4 376 m2 building, with the construction... 

Klawer awaits PPA signature, while Roggeveld surges ahead

By: Tracy Hancock     26th October 2018 Having received preferred bidder status three years ago, Cape Town-based wind farm developer G7 Renewable Energies’ Klawer wind farm project awaits a power purchase agreement (PPA) signature before undertaking the 18 months of construction needed to add 5 MW of electricity to the national grid. 

Wind farm to power local development

By: Tracy Hancock     26th October 2018 The R3.1-billion Perdekraal East Wind Farm, in the Western Cape’s Witzenberg local municipality, has started work on its electrical distribution network, edging closer to not only making an impact on the national grid but also on the economies of surrounding communities. 

Layher (Pty) Ltd

26th October 2018 Established in 1945 as a family company, Layher is a pioneer in advanced scaffolding systems and is consistently at the forefront of innovation, safety and quality. Layher is the world’s largest producer of high-quality system scaffolding, with all its material manufactured at the company’s... 

Black Mountain sees exploration potential at Lanfranchi

By: Esmarie Iannucci     23rd October 2018 Privately held Black Mountain Metals on Tuesday told delegates at the Australian Nickel conference, in Perth, that the company would focus on exploring its recently-acquired Lanfranchi nickel operation, in Western Australia, before planning a restart. Black Mountain in September acquired the... 

Five Reasons Why South Africans Are Applying for Citizenship-by-Investment

By: Creamer Media Reporter      19th October 2018 Citizenship-by-Investment is on the rise globally with over 2.4bn USD spent each year derived mostly from China, the Middle East, and Russia, with South Africa not far behind.   Next Generation Equity (NGE), global specialists in second citizenships and residency options, says South Africa is... 

Rexroth HUBB launches to fully consolidate companies

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     18th October 2018 The Rexroth HUBB, in Kempton Park, was officially inaugurated on Thursday. The 16 000 square metre central hub houses the Bosch Rexroth South Africa group of companies, formerly the Hytec Group. 

Ongoing Evolution Keeps Booyco Pds As Fit For Purpose

16th October 2018 In line with the Mine Health and Safety Act’s regulations on machinery and equipment, the onus is on mines to ensure that their proximity detection systems (PDSs) are ‘fit for purpose’ when it comes to preventing collisions between trackless mobile machines (TMMs) and pedestrians. In terms of the... 

M&D Construction Group puts pedal to the metal at Gamsberg project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th October 2018 Construction of the various roads that will serve Vedanta Zinc International’s (VZI’s) state-of-the-art Gamsberg mine near Aggeneys in the Northern Cape is forging ahead as planned. They are being built by M&D Construction Group, which also assisted VZI and its engineer, procure, construct (EPC)... 

Desert Lion announces maiden mineral resource estimate for Namibian project

By: Simone Liedtke     12th October 2018 TSX-V-listed Desert Lion Energy has completed a maiden mineral resource estimate for its Namibian lithium project, the company announced on Friday. The maiden mineral resource estimate comprised the Rubicon, Rubicon Slimes, Helikon 1, Helikon 2, Helikon 3, Helikon 4 and Helikon 5 deposits, and... 

Fertoz buys stockpiled ore in Montana

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th October 2018 ASX-listed Fertoz has inked a marketing agreement over 100 000 t of additional phosphate ore resource close to its operations in Montana. Fertoz said on Wednesday that the stockpiled material provided sufficient supply to meet the company’s sales target of between 30 000 t and 50 000 t of... 

Govt urged to include IRP adjustment that steers renewables jobs the way of coal regions 

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 South Africa should consider including a policy adjustment in its upcoming Integrated Resource Plan (IRP) directing developers of new renewable-energy infrastructure to build projects in regions currently geared towards coal mining and coal-fired electricity production. University of Johannesburg... 

Chryso Group Announces Another Key Acquisition

9th October 2018 The Chryso Group, with head office in France and represented locally by the Chryso Southern Africa Group, has announced another acquisition. The leading player in chemistry for construction materials, has expanded its admixture business in Ireland with the acquisition of Chemtec Admixtures... 

Mitak's capacity, technology and local manufacture underpins the quality of its high chrome white iron mill liners

8th October 2018 The Johannesburg-based company Mitak, which exhibited for the first time at this year’s Electra Mining 2018, ranks among the world's majors in terms of high chrome white iron (HCWI) foundries. Since its founding in 1973, the company has developed and capitalised on its extensive experience in... 

Ports’ Customer Forum seeks to align Eastern Cape planning

4th October 2018 Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA) hosted port clients and representatives of government, business and industry at the Nelson Mandela Bay ports’ Customer Forum on 28 September in the Port of Ngqura. The session aimed to align TNPA’s plans to meet the business requirements of port users.... 

Bedfordview’s new high-rise apartment building nearly sold out

3rd October 2018 With occupation expected in March 2019, the finishing touches are being put to Infinité, Bedfordview’s stylish new, high-rise residential development which has risen out the ground in a prime location opposite Eastgate shopping centre in Johannesburg. Following a rapid sell-out of all 100 units... 

RS Components connects developers with Vishay SensorXplorer™ ecosystem for user-interface control

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd October 2018 Latest starter kit, modular evaluation boards, and innovative sensors portfolio with low MOQ for proximity, light, colour, and bio sensing RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), a global multi-channel distributor, is stocking the latest Vishay SensorXplorer™ kit... 

Luxury Mixed-Use Illovo Central Goes To Concor

By: Creamer Media Reporter      2nd October 2018 With its successful record in the fast track construction of high-end projects, Concor Buildings has been awarded the prestigious Illovo Central contract. This 17-storey mixed-use development near Sandton is due for completion in January 2020. According to Fanie Stadler, contracts director at... 

Behavioural change a hurdle across industries

By: Jessica Oosthuizen     28th September 2018 A change of attitude towards waste management and recycling is needed to effect a real and positive cultural shift in the sector, but cooperation and willingness to change behaviours is a significant obstacle, says waste management company Interwaste business development and marketing director... 

Layher (Pty) Ltd

28th September 2018 Established over 70 years ago, Layher is the world’s largest producer and innovator of high-quality system scaffolding. Since its establishment, Layher has pioneered advanced scaffolding systems and is consistently at the forefront of innovation, safety and quality. All Layher material is... 

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... 

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