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Air Products, Weldamax and Bohler geared towards complete stainless steel applications solution

26th October 2018 When you refer to arc welding, metal inert gas (MIG), metal active gas (MAG), tungsten inert gas (TIG), plasma cutting, welding gases, abrasives, and consumables, there are companies who have formed strong relationships over the years to provide a total solution to customers. Air Products and... 

Aura says Häggån IPO to be delayed to 2019

By: Mariaan Webb     25th October 2018 Dual listed Aura Energy said on Thursday that plans to spin out its Swedish vanadium operation remained intact, but that the anticipated initial public offering (IPO) of the Häggån vanadium project would be delayed to early 2019. The miner explained that it wanted to complete a scoping study on... 

Tetra Pak celebrates 60 years in South Africa

25th October 2018 Tetra Pak, the leading food processing and packaging company, is celebrating 60 years in South Africa. With a world class manufacturing plant, established in 1979 in Pinetown, Tetra Pak South Africa has grown since its establishment to almost 2 billion packages to meet the needs of the growing... 

Air Products opens a new world to a Phalaborwa community with a new library

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th October 2018 Air Products South Africa recently opened a library at the Lebeko High School which will also serve the greater community in the Mashishimale, in Phalaborwa. This project was completed in conjunction with the Palabora Mining Company (PMC) and the Palabora Foundation.   The library is situated... 

Latest WEF global competitiveness report raises red flags for South Africa

By: Simone Liedtke     17th October 2018 The World Economic Forum’s (WEF’s) latest findings in its Global Competitiveness Report for 2018/19 again raised several flags about factors in South Africa’s economic performance, which are having a serious negative impact on its international competitiveness, says North West University... 

Microplastics are everywhere

16th October 2018 Science shows us that increasingly we are surrounded by tiny fragments of plastic, known as microplastics. They are not just in the oceans but also on land, in rivers, wetlands, soil and even in the air. A problem this pervasive will take a concerted effort from governments, businesses,... 

Rio Tinto to take hit on legacy alumina contracts

By: Esmarie Iannucci     12th October 2018 Diversified miner Rio Tinto has warned of a $178-million impact on its financials during the first half of 2018, due to its legacy alumina contracts. The miner supplies some 2.2-million tonnes of alumina under legacy contracts, which are priced at a percentage of the benchmark aluminium price. 

Erris appoints investment banker as CEO

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th October 2018 Europe-focused explorer Erris Resources has appointed investment banker Anton du Plessis as CEO, succeeding Merlin Marr-Johnson, who on Thursday resigned as director and elected to step down. Erris, which has a portfolio of zinc and base metals projects in Ireland and gold projects in Sweden,... 

Saab suggests capability upgrade for SAAF Gripens

By: Rebecca Campbell     5th October 2018 Swedish aerospace and defence group Saab has proposed to the South African Air Force (SAAF) than it adopt the latest incremental update developed for the JAS39C and JAS39D Gripen fighter. The update is designated MS 20. "The Gripen was developed with the concept of continuous upgrades – small... 

Air traffic control being transformed by digital technologies

By: Rebecca Campbell     5th October 2018 The dramatic advances in information and communications technology, electro-optical technologies and digitalisation have enabled a revolution to take place in terms of airport air (and ground) traffic control. This was highlighted in a briefing at the recent Africa Aerospace and Defence 2018... 

Sunstone’s Viscara sale becomes binding

By: Esmarie Iannucci     3rd October 2018 ASX-listed Sunstone Metals has enacted an earlier letter of intent to divest of its Viscaria copper project, in Sweden, in a transaction valued at A$47.3-million. Under the terms of a binding share sale and purchase agreement with Swedish listed Copperstone Resources, Sunstone will receive an... 

Zinc explorer Erris Resources shines

By: Mariaan Webb     27th September 2018 Europe-focused exploration company Erris Resources received a share price boost on Thursday, after the company published its interim results, highlighting the high-grade mineralisation of its Abbeytown zinc project, in Ireland, and its strong cash position of €2.59-million at September 26.... 

Air traffic control undergoing a digital revolution

By: Rebecca Campbell     21st September 2018 The dramatic advances in information and communications technology, electro-optical technologies and digitalisation have enabled a revolution to take place in terms of airport air (and ground) traffic control. This was highlighted in a briefing at the Africa Aerospace and Defence 2018 exhibition... 

Saab suggests capability upgrade for SAAF Gripens

By: Rebecca Campbell     21st September 2018 Swedish aerospace and defence group Saab has proposed to the South African Air Force (SAAF) than it adopt the latest incremental update developed for the JAS39C and JAS39D Gripen fighter. The update is designated MS 20. "The Gripen was developed with the concept of continuous upgrades – small... 

SunPine biorefinery expansion project, Sweden

By: Sheila Barradas     21st September 2018 SunPine plans to build a new biorefinery adjacent to the company’s existing plant in Haraholmen, in Piteå. 

UK tax authority confirms Erris Resources EIS status

By: Marleny Arnoldi     18th September 2018 Aim-listed Erris Resources’ enterprise investment scheme (EIS) status has been confirmed by the UK tax authority. The EIS is a series of UK tax reliefs launched in 1994 in succession to the business expansion scheme. It is designed to encourage investments in small unquoted companies carrying on... 

Hydro withdraws bid for Rio Tinto Iceland plant

By: Mariaan Webb     14th September 2018 Norwegian aluminium company Hydro has dropped its offer to buy Rio Tinto’s ISAL aluminium plant, in Iceland. The $345-million offer, announced in February and initially expected to close in the second quarter, also entailed a 53.3% share in Rio Tinto’s Aluchemie anode plant, in the Netherlands,... 

Lundin Mining has hefty M&A appetite for copper, says incoming CEO

By: Reuters     14th September 2018 Canada's Lundin Mining is on the hunt for copper mines and projects and willing to spend up to $3-billion on mergers and acquisitions, its incoming CEO said in an interview on Thursday. But Lundin will stick with its strategy of disciplined bids and a focus on low-risk jurisdictions, Marie... 

Beowulf preparing to initiate scoping study on Finland project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st August 2018 Aim-listed Beowulf Mining is pushing ahead with the Aitolampi graphite project and is meeting with key decision-makers in Heinävesi to discuss the Finland-based project, CEO Kurt Budge said on Friday. He stated that, although an imminent decision on its Kallak project, in neighbouring Sweden, had... 

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection participating in new research project on electric and hybrid vehicle fire risks

24th August 2018 A growing number of electric and hybrid vehicles are driving on our roads. Knowledge on the risks associated with these vehicles with new energy carriers is limited. A vehicle fire is often extremely intense and can have significant safety and environmental consequences. The risk of vehicle... 

Square Kilometre Array project, Africa and Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     24th August 2018 The Square Kilometre Array telescope manager critical design review has been completed. 

Sweden's Granges halts plans for US aluminium joint venture

By: Reuters     17th August 2018 Sweden's Granges put on ice on Friday plans to form an aluminium manufacturing joint venture in the United States with Japan's Mitsubishi Aluminum Co, saying that the project was less attractive in "current circumstances". It did not specify what circumstances it was referring to though a Granges... 

Beowulf marks maiden resource milestone at Aitolampi

By: Creamer Media Reporter      13th August 2018 Aim-listed Beowulf has announced a maiden mineral resource estimate for its Aitolampi graphite project, which it believes has the potential to serve the developing battery manufacturing market in Finland and Sweden. The Aitolampi project, in eastern Finland, has an indicated and inferred mineral... 

Government considering ban on microbeads after Gauteng drinking water is found to be contaminated

By: News24Wire      10th August 2018 The government has set up a task team to look at imposing a total ban on microbeads – the tiny plastic beads used in cosmetics, toothpaste and sandblasting. This comes after a Water Research Commission study found microplastic pollution in tap water in Johannesburg and Tshwane, as well as in all... 

Sunstone to divest of Viscaria

By: Esmarie Iannucci     9th August 2018 ASX-listed Sunstone Metals has signed a letter of intent (LoI) which could see the company divest of its Viscaria copper project, in Sweden, in exchange for a 30% shareholding in Swedish company Copperstone Resources AB. The proposed transaction will be completed in two stages, with the initial... 

Copperstone and Sunstone to team up on Scandinavia copper

By: Creamer Media Reporter      8th August 2018 Publically traded company Copperstone Resources on Wednesday announced that it had signed a nonbinding letter of intent to acquire the Viscaria copper project in Kiruna, northern Sweden, from ASX-listed Sunstone Metals. The transaction is proposed as a scrip and share deal and will make Sunstone... 

Square Kilometre Array project, Africa and Australia

By: Sheila Barradas     3rd August 2018 A French consortium, comprising five research organisations and seven private companies, has joined the SKA Organisation. 

Lundin hikes FY guidance targets; names new CEO as Conibear retires

By: Mariaan Webb     25th July 2018 A stellar performance from the Neves-Corvo mine, in Portugal, during the most recent quarter has prompted TSX-listed Lundin Mining to paint a more rosy production outlook for the full year, with the miner's copper and zinc guidance having been improved. The Neves-Corvo mine, where Lundin is... 

Leading Edge to start testwork at Woxna to design optimal demonstration plant

By: Marleny Arnoldi     23rd July 2018 TSX-V-listed Leading Edge Materials has had discussions with European customers that confirm that large sample volumes and commercial scale processes are necessary if battery materials are to gain industrial qualification. Leading Edge is positioning its Woxna graphite mine, in Sweden, to... 

UN Security Council imposes arms embargo on South Sudan

By: African News Agency      18th July 2018 The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) has imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan as a measure to prevent the flow of weapons to armed groups in the war-hit nation. The members who backed the imposition of the ban believe such a move would help protect civilians, while others raised concerns... 

Atlas Copco

13th July 2018 A world-leading provider of sustainable productivity solutions, Atlas Copco is characterised by focused businesses, a global presence with direct sales and service, a strong, stable and growing service business, professional people and an asset-light and flexible manufacturing setup. “We are... 

Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection AB emerges into the world

9th July 2018 Dafo Brand AB in Sweden has decided to separate its vehicle fire detection and suppression operations from its core fire safety equipment business. Dafo Vehicle Fire Protection AB will be in operation from July 1, 2018. “The purpose of this change is to more closely focus on the long term... 

Draft Mining Charter progressive, but still ambiguous – Bench Marks Foundation

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd July 2018 The new draft Mining Charter, released mid-June, is a step in the right direction, says performance monitoring organisation Bench Marks Foundation, but it warns that the devil remains in the detail, with some matters still to be clarified.  

Oz Minerals moves to take Avanco in full

By: Esmarie Iannucci     27th June 2018 Copper/gold miner Oz Minerals will start the compulsory acquisition of the remaining shares in takeover target Avanco, after gaining a 90.46% shareholding in the company. Oz Minerals’ offer of 8.5c in cash and 0.009 of its own shares for every Avanco share held will close on July 6.  

Cobalt hunt takes Aussie explorer to forest on BMW's doorstep

By: Bloomberg     13th June 2018 The search for cobalt, a key component of the battery-powered auto fleets of the future, has arrived on BMW AG’s doorstep with a discovery of an ore deposit not far from the plant where the German manufacturer makes its i3 electric city car. The cobalt find in a forested section of Saxony’s... 

Boliden bets on battery boost as electrification gains traction

By: Bloomberg     12th June 2018 Boliden AB, the mining company that traces its roots to a 1920s gold discovery in northern Sweden, is preparing for a future where everything from boats to cars and its own machines run on electricity. Although the company’s mines mainly produce base metals needed for construction and... 

Tanzania charges telecoms executives with fraud in tax evasion crackdown

By: Reuters     7th June 2018 Tanzanian prosecutors on Wednesday charged two chief executives of mobile phone companies and four other suspects with fraud as part of a crackdown against tax evasion in the East African nation. The executives charged were Le Van Dai, 35, managing director of Halotel Tanzania, owned by... 

Swedish digital breakthrough in mining industry

5th June 2018 The Swedish-Australian company Orexplore has launched the world's first fully-featured digital drilling cores laboratory - the GeoCore X10. The product, which won a Red Dot Industrial Design Award in 2017, analyzes the element concentrations and minerals contained in a drill core, as well as... 

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