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Aura defines new vanadium zone at Sweden project

By: Mariaan Webb     23rd May 2018 Dual-listed Aura Energy has identified a new high-grade vanadium zone at its Häggån project in Sweden, resulting in an overall mineral resource estimate increase. Resource modelling defined an inferred resource of 15.1-billion pounds at 0.26% of vanadium pentoxide (V2O5), at a cut-off of 0.1%.... 

Tertiary continues project acquisition negotiations

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd May 2018 Fluorspar junior Tertiary Minerals is continuing negotiations to potentially acquire a project, which has the potential to generate revenue in the near term. Early stage due diligence and negotiations were progressing, Tertiary said on Tuesday in its operational report for the six months to... 

Fogmaker fire suppression system takes the heat in the forestry industry

16th May 2018 South Africa‘s plantation area covers more than 1.5 million hectares, stretching over five provinces - Limpopo, Mpumalanga, KwaZulu-Natal, the Eastern and Western Cape. “With the forestry industry in the summer rainfall areas nearing the fire season, forestry machinery not fitted with a fire... 

Beowulf raises £1.5m for graphite and magnetite projects

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th May 2018 Exploration company Beowulf Mining has raised £1.5-million for general working capital purposes and to support its graphite and magnetite activities. The proceeds were raised at 5p a share, said Beowulf, which owns the Kallak magnetite iron-ore project and the Åtvidaberg polymetallic exploration... 

Ramaphosa off to Geneva to assume co-chair of ILO global commission

By: African News Agency      15th May 2018 President Cyril Ramaphosa will on Tuesday assume the position of Co-Chair of the Global Commission on the Future of Work of the International Labour Organisation (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland. The South African president, who left for Geneva on Monday, will attend the working dinner, to consider... 

Wine prices to rise as global shortage looms

By: Simone Liedtke     8th May 2018 The South African wine industry needs an upward price adjustment to ensure a sustainable supply going forward, amidst a looming wine shortage, says industry body Vinpro. Vinpro’s ‘Wine Harvest Report 2018’ shows that wine grape production is at 1.2-million tonnes – an almost 15% decrease compared... 

Power market restored to Rusal's Swedish aluminium smelter

By: Reuters     8th May 2018 Europe's leading power market Nord Pool restored access on Tuesday to Rusal's Swedish aluminium smelter after it was suspended from trading in the wake of US sanctions on the Russian company. Nord Pool suspended Rusal's Kubal smelter from trading on its exchange on April 18 due to violations of... 

Social injustice is S Africa’s biggest challenge – Thuli Madonsela

By: Sane Dhlamini     8th May 2018 Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela on Tuesday gave the keynote address at the 11th Trialogue Business in Society Conference in Johannesburg, where she said that the biggest challenge facing South Africa and the world was social injustice. The conference aims to promote thought leadership,... 

New Volvo CE rigid haulers to deliver improved production

8th May 2018 Babcock customers can now look forward to achieving production targets faster as the new range of Volvo Construction Equipment rigid haulers becomes available in southern Africa later this year following the official launch in Scotland in April. The new Volvo Construction Equipment hauler range... 

Kariba dam rehabilitation project, Zambia and Zimbabwe

By: Sheila Barradas     4th May 2018 The Zambezi River Authority has embarked on the final stage of the project with the launch of a tender for the spillway rehabilitation works. 

Erris granted licence surrounding historic gold mine in Sweden

By: Creamer Media Reporter      3rd May 2018 Europe-focused Erris Resources has been granted a new gold exploration licence in central Sweden, complementing its existing project in that country. The licence surrounds the historic Enåsen mine, which produced 1.7-million tonnes at 3 g/t gold between 1984 and 1991. 

Beowulf awards resource estimate, ESIA roadmap contracts

By: Marleny Arnoldi     2nd May 2018 Aim-listed exploration and development company Beowulf Mining has awarded a mineral resource estimate (MRE) contract for the Aitolampi graphite project, in Finland, to mining consultancy CSA Global. 

Tackling shipping sector’s carbon emissions

By: Saliem Fakir     27th April 2018 Shipping emissions is an area that has not fallen under the rubric of United Nations Framework for Climate Change (UNFCCC). The shipping industry has, by and large, avoided scrutiny of its own contribution to climate change. Given that the shipping industry’s infrastructure will be exposed to the... 

Kariba dam rehabilitation project, Zambia/Zimbabwe

By: Sheila Barradas     27th April 2018 The Kariba dam rehabilitation project is progressing steadily. 

Zambezi River Authority launches Kariba dam spillway rehabilitation works tender

By: Marleny Arnoldi     25th April 2018 The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) has embarked on the final stage of its Kariba Dam rehabilitation project (KDRP) with the launch of a tender for the spillway rehabilitation works to a shortlist of three prequalified companies – China Gezhouba Group, the CMC/ATB Kariba joint venture and GE Hydro... 

Global leader Dynapac aims to solidify its presence in South Africa through dynamic product offerings

25th April 2018 Dynapac, now part of Fayat Group, one of the largest construction groups in France and a world leader in road construction equipment, is poised to further strengthen its position as a global frontrunner in the manufacture and supply of equipment for the roadbuilding and civil construction... 

Vodacom Tanzania bets on data and mobile money to stay on top

By: Reuters     23rd April 2018 Vodacom Tanzania is focusing on growing its data business, mobile payments system and cloud services to stay on top of the East African nation's competitive telecoms market, the head of the company said on Friday. Investment in these areas will ensure the company retains first mover advantage,... 

Aura targets Sweden battery project listing in H2

By: Mariaan Webb     19th April 2018 Plans are advancing for the separate listing of explorer Aura Energy’s Häggån polymetallic project, in Sweden, with completion targeted for the second half of the year. The company would initially maintain an ownership of 70% to 80% in the vanadium initial public offering (IPO) spin-off, but... 

Tertiary says Swedish project to have ‘minimal impact’ on reindeer herding

By: Mariaan Webb     17th April 2018 The Storuman fluorspar project that UK-headquartered Tertiary Minerals is proposing in north-central Sweden will have a “minimal impact” on reindeer husbandry, an in-depth analysis of reindeer herding has shown. As part of the mine permit reassessment process of the Storuman project, Tertiary... 

Beowulf inks graphite collaboration deal with Finnish university

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th April 2018 Aim-listed Beowulf has signed a graphite collaboration agreement with Åbo Akademi University, formalising an agreement that the company has forged with the university, in Turku, Finland, over several years. The agreement is focused on knowledge sharing, the identification of graphite prospects,... 

Lava in lab studies could lead miners to new iron-ore deposits

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th April 2018 A study on iron-ore deposits has found that some magmas split into two separate liquids – one of which is rich in iron – and could lead to the discovery of new iron-ore deposits.  

Vodacom Tanzania picks Safaricom executive as its new managing director

By: Reuters     10th April 2018 Vodacom Tanzania on Monday named Safaricom's head of consumer business as its new managing director to lead the company that listed in Dar es Salaam last year amid government efforts to expand local ownership of the industry. Sylvia Mulinge, who has been at Safaricom since 2006, will take over on... 

Erris granted new gold project in Sweden

By: Creamer Media Reporter      9th April 2018 Aim-listed Erris Resources has been awarded two exploration licences in southern Sweden, which the company says contain a number of historic and high-grade gold occurrences of up to 68 g/t. Erris CEO Merlin Marr-Johnson said on Monday that the company’s field teams were preparing to soon start... 

Dormant Swedish mine comes alive in rush for car batteries

By: Bloomberg     6th April 2018 The global race to develop batteries for electric cars is reaching deep into the pine forests of central Sweden, where a dormant graphite mine is getting a new lease on life. Woxna, situated about 259 km north of Stockholm, was mothballed in 2001 amid a slump in prices. Now, a Canadian company... 

Novo Litio seeking to resolve Portugal project dispute commercially

By: Mariaan Webb     6th April 2018 Australia-listed Novo Litio has been engaging with Lusorecursos in Portugal to resolve the dispute concerning the ownership of the Sepeda lithium project commercially. This comes as a court last year denied Novo Litio’s request for expedited legal proceedings to hear the matter. 

Aura raises cash for Swedish vanadium

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     29th March 2018 ASX- and Aim-listed Aura Energy have raised A$3.7-million in a share placement to fast track its Haggan vanadium project, in Sweden. The company raised some A$2.14-million in a first tranche placement under its existing placement capacity, with the placement of the balance of shares subject to... 

Innovation that takes drilling to the next level

29th March 2018 The conversion of a JCB JS205 excavator into a drilling rig has produced a machine that rewrites the efficiency, productivity and safety rulebooks. The innovation, which stems from a partnership between three specialist companies - Kemach Equipment (Pty) Ltd., Liyema Drilling and Integrated Air... 

Innovation that takes drilling to the next level

28th March 2018 The conversion of a JCB JS205 excavator into a drilling rig has produced a machine that rewrites the efficiency, productivity and safety rulebooks. The innovation, which stems from a partnership between three specialist companies - Kemach Equipment (Pty) Ltd., Liyema Drilling and Integrated Air... 

Centerra-funded EM survey starts at Erris’ Käringberget

By: Creamer Media Reporter      26th March 2018 Europe-focused explorer Erris Resources reported on Monday that a 20 km electromagnetic (EM) ground geophysical survey has started over previously identified targets at the Käringberget gold project, in northern Sweden. The survey, which is funded by joint venture partner Centerra Gold, is... 

Atlas Copco

23rd March 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... 

Cape Town International wins another award for best airport in Africa

By: African News Agency      22nd March 2018 Cape Town International Airport was once again ranked the best in Africa at the Skytrax World Airport Awards held in Stockholm, Sweden, the Western Cape Economic Opportunities Minister Alan Winde said on Thursday. It was the third year in a row Cape Town International won the award. 

Port of Mossel Bay positioned to be a catalyst for economic development of the Garden Route

19th March 2018 Despite being the smallest of the commercial ports along the South Africa coast, the Port of Mossel Bay is an important contributor to the economy of the Garden Route and Southern Cape says Nico Walters, General Manager: Strategy at Transnet National Ports Authority (TNPA). Delivering his keynote... 

Smooth sailing for maritime sector with SKF Enlight Centre machine condition monitoring system

12th March 2018 SKF Enlight Centre is an internet-enabled condition-based maintenance (CBM) and condition monitoring (CM) system designed for the global marine industry. This first-of-its-kind, asset based (as opposed to measurement focused) machine health monitoring system has been designed to meet the changing... 

Smooth sailing for maritime sector with SKF Enlight Centre machine condition monitoring system

9th March 2018 SKF Enlight Centre is an internet-enabled condition-based maintenance (CBM) and condition monitoring (CM) system designed for the global marine industry. This first-of-its-kind, asset based (as opposed to measurement focused) machine health monitoring system has been designed to meet the changing... 

Trump says trade wars 'aren't so bad' in answer to Europe threat

By: Bloomberg     7th March 2018 President Donald Trump reiterated his commitment to slapping tariffs on steel and aluminum, dismissing concerns about a global trade war and saying the US has suffered from poor trading conditions with other nations, including those in the European Union. Just hours later, White House economic... 

Beowulf continues to lobby Swedish govt for Kallak North concession

By: Simone Liedtke     5th March 2018 Aim-listed mineral exploration and development company Beowulf Mining's CEO Kurt Budge has written to the Swedish government in response to the government's request for final comments in respect of the company's application for an exploitation concession for the Kallak North iron-ore project.... 

Only one Brics leader among those who made early calls to Ramaphosa

By: Rebecca Campbell     2nd March 2018 Not one of the five world and regional leaders who formed the first group to phone new South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday February 18, to hold preliminary discussions with, and to congratulate, him came from a Brics (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) group country. Two... 

SA company exploring nuclear, other opportunities abroad

By: Nadine James     2nd March 2018 South Africa-based engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) company Lesedi Nuclear Services’ current plans surrounding diversification into biomass, waste-to-energy and gas projects as well as its targeted geographical expansion is supported by the company’s niche expertise in bespoke... 

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