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Parys Mountain optimisation study progresses

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     22nd January 2019 London-listed Anglesey Mining has noted progress of the optimisation study being carried out on its Parys Mountain copper, zinc, lead, gold and silver project, located on the island of Anglesey in North Wales. The optimisation study is being conducted under a project development and cooperation... 

New Healthcare Clinic Paved by Technicrete

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th January 2019 Health care clinics by their very nature have an enormous amount of foot traffic that requires safe, sturdy, attractive and long-lasting paving. The new Jouberton Community Clinic, a primary health care centre in Klerksdorp, North West Province, sought paving that offered these features and were... 

Gamsberg set to trigger new wave of industrialisation in Northern Cape 

By: Simone Liedtke     18th January 2019 With diversified miner Vedanta Zinc International’s (VZI’s) flagship Gamsberg project coming on stream, the Northern Cape province has the potential to become a base metals mining, processing and beneficiation hub. VZI CEO Deshnee Naidoo says Gamsberg has the potential to have a huge impact on... 

SEW-EURODRIVE gear units used in OEM projects

By: Khutso Maphatsoe     18th January 2019 Local original-equipment manufacturer (OEM) Wamechsi Group uses products from automation and drive specialist SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa for a range of wastewater treatment plants it has built in the country. This standardization is largely owing to the quality and reliability of the German... 

Connectivity and security balance critical as smart cities grow

By: Schalk Burger     18th January 2019 A balance between the hyperconnected-and-vulnerable and overly-cautious, developmentally moribund poles of the smart-city spectrum must be sought to support and protect smart cities, says networking multinational F5 Networks major channel account manager Simon McCullough. As smart cities expand,... 

The Vanguard Collection’s Growth Continues

17th January 2019 The Vanguard Collection, a leading brand of exclusive flooring products, has announced expansive additions and refinements to its ranges to further enhance the Collection’s offering to designers and home-owners. The new additions to The Vanguard Collection are: 

Optimum, Koornfontein preliminary business rescue plan to be submitted for creditor approval next week 

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th January 2019 Legal adviser Bouwer van Niekerk expects to have a preliminary business rescue plan for Optimum Coal Mine and Koornfontein Mine submitted for creditor approval by the end of next week, he confirmed to Mining Weekly Online on Wednesday. The mines’ business rescue practitioners (BRPs) have been... 

Phase 2 drilling delivers promising results at Tando’s vanadium project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th January 2019 ASX-listed Tando Resources on Wednesday announced encouraging first assay results from its Phase 2 drill programme at the SPD vanadium project, in the Bushveld Complex of South Africa. The results included 14 m at 0.98% vanadium oxide from surface, 11 m at 0.99% vanadium oxide from 17 m and 10... 

TMAC completes permitting for Madrid and Boston

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th January 2019 Emerging miner TMAC Resources has received two water licences for the Madrid and Boston projects, thereby wrapping up permitting for the three new mines that the company is planning near its existing Doris mine, in Nunavut. The Madrid North, Madrid South and Boston mine will be linked by a 55 km... 

Understanding damage tolerance in hybrid bearings

15th January 2019 New research by SKF could make hybrid bearings more cost-effective and reliable, paving the way for their use in a wider range of applications. Gothenburg, Sweden, 19 December 2018: Hybrid bearings, which combine hardened steel rings with rolling elements made of high-performance ceramic... 

Leuze 10 Series Offers High Tolerance To Different Materials

15th January 2019 Engineered with a high tolerance to different materials, the Leuze 10 Series optical sensors detects objects and measures distances with an incredible accuracy of +/-30 mm. Available from Countapulse Controls, these high performance sensors have an operating range of up to eight metres. The high... 

UN warns of rising levels of toxic brine as more desalination plants are built

By: Simone Liedtke     14th January 2019 The fast-rising number of desalination plants globally, now almost 16 000, quench a growing thirst for fresh water but create a “salty dilemma” on how to deal with all the chemical-laden left-over brine, authors of a recently published United Nations- (UN-) backed paper say. In the paper, the... 

MC Mining acquires key surface rights to advance Makhado project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th January 2019 Aim-, ASX- and JSE-listed MC Mining’s subsidiary, Baobab Mining & Exploration, has completed the acquisition of the Lukin and Salaita properties, which are key surface rights required for the Makhado hard coking and thermal coal project, in Limpopo. The acquisition, announced in November last... 

BRPs to meet with Optimum, Koornfontein creditors to vote on proposed business rescue plans 

By: Simone Liedtke     10th January 2019 The joint business rescue practitioners (BRPs) of Optimum Coal Mine (OCM) and Koornfontein Mines (KFT) expect to convene meetings with creditors within the next few weeks to vote on the proposed business rescue plans for the mines. The meetings will take place once the BRPs have resolved... 

Air-purifying concrete can reduce atmospheric pollution

10th January 2019 The use of air-purifying concrete in both pavements and surrounding structures can play a major role in the reduction of atmospheric pollution in urban areas, says Bryan Perrie, MD of The Concrete Institute. Perrie says air pollution is a steadily increasing problem in densely populated area and... 

Stabila sets a new standard for digital inclination measurement

7th January 2019 A new standard for digital inclination measurement has been set with the latest digital protractors from Stabila, distributed locally by Upat. Both the TECH 500 DP and TECH 1000 DP are manufactured exclusively in Germany. The latest digital protractors not only measure degrees of incline, whether... 

NSW approves modifications for Clean TeQ’s Sunrise

By: Mariaan Webb     21st December 2018 The Independent Planning Commission of New South Wales, Australia, has given ASX- and TSX-listed Clean TeQ the green light to implement a number of improvements at the cobalt/nickel project, which will allow it to more effectively respond to the rapidly growing demand for the metals that it will... 

Thermaspray brings 360° coating solutions with the introduction of Laser Cladding technology

7th November 2018 Thermaspray proudly introduces laser cladding technology in a bid to offer customers a 360° coating product and service solution. “As one of South Africa’s leading surface engineering specialists, we boast an extensive range of coating and welding solutions including thermal spray coatings,... 

Bitumen supplier concerned about slowdown in road construction

By: Irma Venter     2nd November 2018 The rapidly increasing bitumen price is less of a concern to bitumen suppliers than the recent slowdown in South African road construction, says Colas South Africa commercial, communication and marketing manager Herman Groenewald. Bitumen prices have increased by more than R2 000 a ton since... 

Good reception for cleaning system

By: Halima Frost     2nd November 2018 Following the launch of its KaiVac 1750 No-Touch cleaning system at last year’s Cleantex Cleaning Expo, held from June 12 to 14, cleaning solutions provider Goscor Cleaning Equipment says the system has since been taken up by the top five contract cleaning service providers in the country. The... 

Road sweeper showcased at Wastecon

2nd November 2018 Local equipment supplier Shumani Industrial Equipment showcased its innovative MACRO M60 road sweeper at Wastecon 2018 which took place at Emperor’s Palace last month. Shumani director Victor Nemukula says municipalities were constantly battling with increased littering, which has become an... 

Storage shelving, better option for plastic pallets

2nd November 2018 Pallet supplier Premier Pallets posits that for companies to optimise storage space, a racking-system (racking without centre support or shelving) is the logical way to go, however, this premise comes into question when companies use plastic pallets in factories. The company indicates that the... 

DRDGOLD Upbeat About Far West Gold Recoveries Commercial Success

31st October 2018 “Our Share Could Evolve Into A Growth Stock” DRDGOLD Limited (DRDGOLD; JSE,NYSE: DRD) says it believes the commercial success of its new Far West Gold Recoveries project may lift the company’s profile in the investment domain, positioning it for growth and evolving its share into a “growth” stock. 

Miners welcome budget statement

31st October 2018 Surface mining association, Aspasa, has welcomed the Medium-Term Budget Policy Statement’s (MTBPS) that aims to contain expenditure and implement meaningful reforms aimed at achieving sustainable and inclusive economic growth. Aspasa director, Nico Pienaar, says the economy is going through a... 

Peabody says Q4 focus is on North Goonyella, completing Shoal Creek buy

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st October 2018 NYSE-listed Peabody on Tuesday announced solid results for the third quarter, despite ending the three-month period with substantial challenges at the fire-hit North Goonyella mine, which remains idled. The miner reported revenue of $1.41-billion, compared with $1.48-billion a year earlier, and... 

Growth stock tag possible from Far West surface project –­ DRDGold 

By: Martin Creamer     31st October 2018 When it comes to the gold sector, recovering the precious metal from dumps on surface beats pursuing it in deep, dark and dangerous underground mines. The local gold industry has put many feelers out to access gold on surface and one of the most exciting projects under way is Far West Gold... 

Updated PEA forecasts 44% more gold from Marathon’s Valentine Lake

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st October 2018 Toronto-headquartered Marathon Gold has unveiled an updated preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the Valentine Lake Gold Camp, in Newfoundland, announcing a 44% increase in the recovered gold and improved economics. Compared with the May 2018 PEA, Valentine Lake will deliver 827 000 oz more... 

Specialist contractor establishes the benchmark in specialised lining applications

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th October 2018 BKV Holdings devised a novel means of installing a Polyurea waterproofing over a Perlite cement fire-rated screed to wall system at a newly-built power station, and this approach has since become the standard on other similar projects. Perlite cement screeds are more porous than conventional... 

Endeavour announces maiden resource estimate for Côte d’Ivoire target

By: Simone Liedtke     29th October 2018 TSX-listed Endeavour Mining on Monday announced a maiden resource estimate on the Lafigué target, located within the Fetekro greenfield exploration property, in Côte d’Ivoire, and the identification of 14 additional nearby targets. The maiden Lafigué resource estimate encompasses about two-thirds... 

Johnson Controls supply second round of York chillers for Implats’ No 16 Shaft

29th October 2018 Johnson Controls has supplied two York YK centrifugal chillers to Impala Platinum (Implats) for the planned second phase expansion of cooling capacity for its No. 16 Shaft as it heads toward a depth of 1 650 m. The chillers will be installed by the end of August 2018 and the start-up of the... 

A.B.E. And Chryso Products Bring New Life To Wedding Venue Floors

29th October 2018 Products from the Chryso South Africa Group and its subsidiary, a.b.e. Construction Chemicals, were used for the refurbishment of the flooring at one of the Western Cape’s most popular wedding and functions venues, Murasie, in the Overberg. Johnie Emmerich, Technical Sales Consultant: Flooring... 

Breakthrough In Copper Recoveries From FLSMIDTH

29th October 2018 In an effort to improve leach kinetics and recoveries of primary copper concentrates, minerals process solutions provider FLSmidth developed the Rapid Oxidative Leach (ROL) process – capable of attaining over 97% copper dissolution in less than six hours under atmospheric conditions. This advance... 

Saskatchewan diamond mine gains provincial approval

By: Mariaan Webb     29th October 2018 The Star Diamond Corporation has received environmental approval from the Saskatchewan government for its Star-Orion South project, near Prince Albert. The project already has a positive federal environmental assessment decision in the bag. 

Johnson Controls supply second round of York chillers for Implats’ No 16 Shaft

26th October 2018 Johnson Controls has supplied two York YK centrifugal chillers to Impala Platinum (Implats) for the planned second phase expansion of cooling capacity for its No. 16 Shaft as it heads toward a depth of 1 650 m. The chillers will be installed by the end of August 2018 and the start-up of the... 

Industry 4.0 won’t be a death knell for mining jobs, but will require reskilling

By: Natasha Odendaal     26th October 2018 The rapid developments around the concept of the mine of the future and the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) are sending mixed reactions over jobs in what is a struggling sector. However, stalling or adopting what is inevitable, in a slow fashion, will deliver penalties for the economy on an... 

Refinery receives new fire protection trailer system

By: Melissa Zisengwe     26th October 2018 For three consecutive years, fire protection equipment supplier DoseTech and Germany-based dosing technology company FireDos have supplied the latest portable foam fire-protection system to integrated chemicals and energy chemicals company Sasol, states Dosetech MD Mike Feldon. The latest system... 

Wire rod mill, UK

By: Sheila Barradas     26th October 2018 The project involves the design, manufacture and installation of a new wire rod line and the upgrade of long rolling equipment at the existing rod mill at Scanthorpe, in England. 

Mbeya coal-to-power project, Tanzania

By: Sheila Barradas     26th October 2018 Kibo Mining has submitted its formal tender qualification document to the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company for the project. 

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