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Attention to detail crucial for conveyor belts

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 Stringent adherence to safety protocols and a fit-for-purpose design are important factors governing the successful use of conveyor belts to increase production rates in mining, say industrial rubber products manufacturer Dunlop Industrial Products product managers Paul Nel and Dave Pitcher.  

Licensing rules for large desalination plants remain challenging

By: Dylan Slater     18th August 2017 With increased debate around water security in South Africa, as a result of growing surface-water scarcity and future uncertainty, the prospect of implementing large-scale desalination of seawater is also increasing.  

LSFB expands into student accommodation

By: Victor Moolman     18th August 2017 Student accommodation requires fast, efficient and sustainable building solutions, prompting the increased use of light steel frame building (LSFB) for its construction, explains Southern African Light Steel Frame Building Association (Sasfa) director John Barnard 

Modern materials handling systems support operational improvements

By: Robyn Wilkinson     18th August 2017 With the Internet of Things driving large-scale automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies, drive engineering company SEW-EURODRIVE South Africa national sales manager Norman Maleka believes that materials handling systems will become increasingly integral for improving... 

Harmony ups South African capex, pays 70% higher dividend 

By: Martin Creamer     17th August 2017 Gold mining company Harmony Gold, which spent R2.3-billion capital expenditure (capex) on its South African operations in the 12 months to June 30, will be increasing its capex to R2.7-billion for mainly the ongoing development of the Phakisa and Tshepong gold mines in the Free State. The... 

thyssenkrupp Infra-Red rapid drying oven improves turnaround time for Minopex

     16th August 2017 The fast drying capability of thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions‘ Infra-Red rapid drying oven has significantly improved turnaround times for minerals processing operations specialist, Minopex. Developed in-house by thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa, the Infra-Red (IR) rapid drying... 

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... 

SA Hippo - World’s Safest Submersible Pump For Underground Mining

     15th August 2017 Coal mining accidents caused by gas and coal dust explosions account for the most fatal mining disasters around the world. However, dangerous Methane gas is present at most underground mines as well and not only in coal mines.  This was, once again, confirmed when a fatal methane gas explosion... 

Permitting advances at Black Butte

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     15th August 2017 The Montana State Authority has issued ASX-listed Sandfire Resources’ Black Butte copper project, with a draft mine operating permit (MOP), allowing the company to advance the project. The draft MOP is expected within the next 30 days, and marked the culmination of an extensive process... 

Caledonia’s Blanket mine on track to deliver 80 000 oz/y by 2021

By: Anine Kilian     14th August 2017 Gold miner Caledonia Mining is confident its Blanket mine, in Zimbabwe, will meet its full year production guidance of 52 000 oz to 57 000 oz, as well as the longer-term output target of 80 000 oz by 2021. The mine produced just over 25 000 oz of gold in the first half of this year, at an all-in... 

Fibres In Concrete Save Time, Money At Clearwater Project

     14th August 2017 The use of polypropylene fibres in concrete flooring applications has provided major benefits for all stakeholders in the Clearwater Corporate Office Park project on Gauteng’s East Rand. The building will be the first in South Africa to employ the CHRYSO Durus S400 Macro Fibre from concrete and... 

Zinc of Ireland announces follow-up drilling at Kildare project

By: Mariaan Webb     11th August 2017 Spurred on by high-grade intercepts at the McGregor and Celtic Tiger prospects at the Kildare project, explorer Zinc of Ireland on Friday announced the start of a Phase 3 drilling programme. The first hole, 006, of the programme is focusing on the McGregor prospect, where ZMI is seeking to extend... 

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... 

Amid growing water worries, desalination option enters SA’s supply debate 

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 Scarce surface water resources in South Africa are threatening the availability of potable bulk water, which is also coming under strain because of growing suburban areas and increased demand from consumers. The recycling of wastewater to ensure long-term sustain- ability has been posited as the... 

Mining-impacted water punted as potential source of supply for agriculture 

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 There is a dire need for alternative, sustainable cheap processes to treat mining-impacted water (MIW) and acid mine drainage (AMD), says State-owned research organisation Mintek senior scientist Tamsyn Grewar, who calls for support for irrigation as a preferred reuse activity for the treated MIW... 

Amid growing water worries, desalination option enters SA’s supply debate

By: Dylan Slater     11th August 2017 Scarce surface-water resources in South Africa are threatening the availability of potable bulk water, which is also coming under strain because of growing suburban areas and increased demand from consumers. The recycling of wastewater to ensure long-term sustainability has been posited as the... 

Rust-prevention sealing system ideal for corrosive environments

By: Nadine James     11th August 2017 Engineering components manufacturer Bearing Man Group’s (BMG’s) range of sealing products includes the Rust-Anode cold galvanisation system, designed for rust prevention in diverse industries, says BMG seals business unit manager Marc Gravett. He explains that Rust-Anode is the first active cold... 

The costs of safety

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     11th August 2017 A well known South African electrical cable manufacturer will not hold it against me when I say that, at one time, about 25 years ago, the manufacturer ran the most unsafe cable making operation that I had seen. To the accompaniment of whistles and shouts, a group of men dragged wires, PVC... 

Eco Friendly Entrance Matting Launched

     10th August 2017 With a global shift towards green thinking and environmentally friendly products Matco, the entrance matting brand of Coba Africa, is excited to announce the launch of their new eco-friendly Treadwell entrance matting. Using state-of-the-art recycling technology, tyres and belt material is... 

Jubilee’s shares rise as it secures funding to advance metals recovery strategy

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th August 2017 The share price of dual-listed Jubilee Platinum rose by as much as 9.23% on the JSE on Thursday morning, after announcing it had secured $50-million in project funding to support the growth strategy for its metals recovery business. The company has executed a funding agreement with RiverFort... 

Quality management using online measurement of conveyed materials

     10th August 2017 Plant control is most effective when technologies measure process streams directly and preferably in real time. Measuring sampling streams that are not representative of the primary flow will result in incorrect plant control decisions. Sampling coarse conveyed flows is expensive and impractical... 

AECOM Sol Plaatje building project is a winner at Fulton Awards 2017

     8th August 2017 The Sol Plaatje University Library C004 was the overall winner in the ‘Buildings Greater than Three Storeys’ category, Architectural Concrete in the Fulton Awards 2017. AECOM is the Principal Agent for this prestigious project. The Fulton Awards, held every two years by the Concrete Society of... 

AECOM Sol Plaatje building project is a winner at Fulton Awards 2017

     7th August 2017 The Sol Plaatje University Library C004 was the overall winner in the ‘Buildings Greater than Three Storeys’ category, Architectural Concrete in the Fulton Awards 2017. AECOM is the Principal Agent for this prestigious project. The Fulton Awards, held every two years by the Concrete Society of... 

Alrosa searches for 8 workers missing after flooding at diamond mine

By: Reuters     7th August 2017 Rescue teams were still searching on Monday for eight workers missing in a flooded underground mine owned by Russian diamond miner Alrosa after one miner was rescued over the weekend. Parts of the "Mir" ("Peace" or "World") mine in the remote Yakutia region of eastern Siberia flooded on Friday... 

One step ahead

     7th August 2017 The increasing relevance of electromobility offers opportunities for light metal casting The automobile industry is experiencing a strong trend towards electromobility. The figures and deadlines given vary, but as of 2025, the industry expects a considerable increase in the number of electric... 

Africa’s Largest Crankshaft Polisher At Metric

     7th August 2017 Leading diesel engine component remanufacturer Metric Automotive Engineering is once again ahead of the curve, installing and commissioning the largest crankshaft polishing machine in Africa. “This custom engineered, one-of-a-kind machine is capable of accommodating crankshafts with lengths of... 

Africa’s Largest Crankshaft Polisher At Metric

     7th August 2017 Leading diesel engine component remanufacturer Metric Automotive Engineering is once again ahead of the curve, installing and commissioning the largest crankshaft polishing machine in Africa. “This custom engineered, one-of-a-kind machine is capable of accommodating crankshafts with lengths of... 

Tanaka Precious Metals to Exhibit at SEMICON WEST 2017

     4th August 2017 World’s leading supplier of precious metals’ bonding wire to unveil new ruthenium precursors; New technology to support the microfabrication of next-generation semiconductors 

As Trump sings coal's praises, mine fatalities are on the rise

By: Bloomberg     4th August 2017 Ray Hatfield Jr. was six months into his latest coal job when he was crushed to death in a Kentucky mine. Hatfield, a 23-year industry veteran, was cleaning a conveyor belt that shuttled coal to the surface of the Appalachian mine on the morning of Jan. 26. When his clothing got caught, he was... 

Harbour reconstruction project nearing completion

By: Marleny Arnoldi     4th August 2017 Construction companies Stefanutti Stocks Coastal and Axsys Projects have partnered for the Maydon Wharf reconstruction project in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, and they expect the project to be completed next month.  

New Springs plant able to recycle used juice and milk cartons

By: Dylan Slater     4th August 2017 An investment worth R46-million in a new liquid packaging recycling plant is enabling paper and plastics packaging company Mpact Recycling to recycle used juice- and milk cartons at its Springs-based paper mill facility on the East Rand.  

Reduce solid particle erosion damage & avoid downtime with thermal spray coating technology from Thermaspray

     3rd August 2017 The application of thermal spray coatings from South Africa’s surface engineering and coating technology specialist, Thermaspray, helps to reduce erosion damage to components, equipment and systems which can lead to costly downtime and even failure. Erosion is caused when a gas or liquid carries... 

After successful Q2, Kinross on track to meet 2017 production, sales guidance

By: Samantha Herbst     3rd August 2017 After a strong second quarter with consistent operational results, Canadian gold major Kinross Gold remains on track to meet its yearly production guidance of between 2.5-million and 2.7-million gold equivalent ounces and a production cost of sales guidance of between $660 and $720 per gold... 

Spectrum constraints leave rural regions behind the data wave

By: Natasha Odendaal     1st August 2017 One-million citizens in rural areas are still sidelined in the data communication evolution as it becomes increasingly more difficult – and costly – without additional spectrum to expand into the far flung areas that are home to a handful of South Africa’s population. Despite the unprecedented... 

Turquoise Hill sees reduced profits, advances Oyu Tolgoi underground works

By: Ilan Solomons     1st August 2017 Rio Tinto subsidiary Turquoise Hill Resources has recorded a lower net income attributable to shareholders of $23.8-million in the quarter ended June 30, compared with $29.8-million during the corresponding quarter in 2016. In a trading statement released on Monday, the company attributed its... 

Alba secures foothold in Greenland ilmenite province

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st August 2017 Aim-listed Alba Minerals has been granted an exclusive licence to explore the coastline of Greenland’s Thule black sand province, targeting heavy mineral sands, especially ilmenite. The licence, covering 384 km2, is 9 km from fellow-listed Bluejay Mining’s Pittufik ilmenite project, where an... 

DFS proves technical viability of Platreef mine’s Phase 1 development

By: Creamer Media Reporter      1st August 2017 A definitive feasibility study (DFS) into the first phase of Ivanhoe Mines’ Platreef project has confirmed the technical viability of what the company expects to be the world’s lowest-cost and one of the world’s largest, single primary producers of platinum-group metals. The project, which... 

Doray announces bonanza-grade discovery at Deflector 

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     1st August 2017 The share price of gold miner Doray Minerals rose by more than 10% on Tuesday on news of the bonanza-grade Da Vinci discovery at the company’s Deflector project, in Western Australia. Drilling has intercepted visible mineralisation, with one hole delivering results of 7.5 m at 29.7 g/t gold,... 

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