http://www.engineeringnews.co.za
R/€ = 15.65 Change: 0.03
R/$ = 13.72 Change: 0.02
Au 1290.82 $/oz Change: 1.51
Pt 801.44 $/oz Change: -1.91
 

Topic

Commodity-Wide Success For Kwatani Screens

15th January 2019 The recent orders won by vibrating screen and feeder specialist Kwatani have cemented its reputation as the leading South African original equipment supplier (OEM) with a truly cross-commodity footprint. Kwatani’s custom engineered products are now in some of the world’s largest mines, and many... 

Edenville acquires second excavator to boost mining output at Rukwa

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th January 2019 Aim-listed Edenville Energy has acquired a second excavator to increase the amount of mined material from its Rukwa coal-to-power project, in Tanzania. The company secured a $750 000 loan during the last few weeks of 2018, which has been used to fund the acquisition of the second excavator and... 

Armadale sells Mpokoto project to African Royalty

By: Marleny Arnoldi     11th January 2019 Aim-listed Armadale Capital has entered into a final formal agreement with African Royalty Company, which intends to acquire the Mpokoto gold project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The agreement crystallises the value of the project, with a company capable of obtaining the funding... 

Acacia’s North Mara fined $130 000 for alleged environmental transgressions

By: Simone Liedtke     10th January 2019 London-listed Acacia Mining’s North Mara gold mine, in Tanzania, has received an environmental protection order (EPO) requiring the payment of a fine of $130 000, or TSh300-million. The EPO was issued in relation to alleged breaches of environmental regulations. 

Tanzania's Magufuli wants central bank to buy gold as part of its reserves

By: Reuters     10th January 2019 Tanzanian President John Magufuli said on Wednesday the central bank should start buying the country's gold to curb smuggling and build reserves to stabilise the currency. On Tuesday, Tanzania named its third mining minister since Magufuli was elected in 2015. The mining sector contributes around... 

Uganda aims to pick bidder to build, operate highway by end-2019

By: Reuters     9th January 2019 Uganda expects to pick the winning bidder by the end of 2019 to build and operate a $1.5-billion road project under a public private partnership (PPP) model, a senior official said on Tuesday. The planned 95 km (60-mile) highway will connect the capital Kampala with Jinja, an industrial town in... 

Tanzania names latest mining minister in ongoing industry clash 

By: Reuters     8th January 2019 Tanzania named a new mining minister on Tuesday amid a prolonged spat between the government and gold producer Acacia over a $190-billion tax bill, which has severely limited the London-listed company's operations in the East African nation. Dotto Biteko, whose appointment was announced by... 

Barrick's new CEO says gold industry shake-up is just starting

By: Bloomberg     4th January 2019 Barrick Gold Corp.’s new chief executive officer has a message for the gold industry: This is just the start of a big shake-up. Barrick agreed to buy smaller rival Randgold Resources Ltd. in a $5.4-billion deal announced in September. As part of the agreement, Randgold’s CEO, Mark Bristow,... 

Air Tanzania becomes first African-based Airbus A220 operator

By: African News Agency      21st December 2018 Air Tanzania as become the first African carrier to take delivery of the Airbus A220 aircraft, the newest addition to the Airbus family of commercial aircraft, the companies said on Friday. Representatives from the airline as well as Tanzanian government officials alongside executives from the... 

Walkabout hikes resource at Tanzania graphite project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      20th December 2018 ASX-listed Walkabout Resources has announced an upgraded mineral resource estimate for its Lindi Jumbo graphite project, in south-eastern Tanzania, hiking the resource by 41.3%. The resource increased to 41.8-million tonnes at 10.8% total graphite content (TGC), containing 4.5-million tonnes of... 

Tanzania to sign deal this week for $3bn power plant – President

By: Reuters     12th December 2018 Tanzania will sign a deal this week for the construction of a $3-billion hydroelectric power plant, the president said in remarks broadcast on state television on Tuesday. President John Magufuli did not name the company awarded the contract for the power plant and dam to be built in the Selous... 

Kibo, Edenville resubmit tender qualification documents to Tanesco

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     7th December 2018 Aim-listed companies Kibo Energy and Edenville Energy on Friday both announced that they had resubmitted their respective tender qualification documents to the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company (Tanesco). Kibo is developing the Mbeya coal-to-power project (MCPP) and Edenville the Rukwa... 

Oil, gas outlook positive amid tough conditions, says PwC review

By: Kim Cloete     7th November 2018 The outlook for Africa’s oil and gas industry is positive, despite tough economic conditions and far fewer discoveries over the past year, PwC’s yearly 'Africa Oil & Gas Review' shows. The review indicates how the industry has responded in the wake of the recovery of the oil price to close to... 

ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet  

1st November 2018 Luxury aviation company ExecuJet last month officially launched and welcomed the Pilatus PC-24 to its fleet at the company’s private terminal at Cape Town International Airport. Simone Liedtke reports. 

Merged Barrick-Randgold eyes nine tier-one gold assets 

By: Mariaan Webb     26th October 2018 Gold major Barrick Gold chairperson John Thornton has urged shareholders to vote in favour of its $6.1-billion transaction with Africa-focused Randgold Resources, telling investors that the combined entity will have five of the world’s ten so-called tier-one assets and that this could be expanded... 

Unlock true potential of Africa by empowering its youth

26th October 2018 Africa evokes distinctive images of its natural wildlife and majestic landscapes. Of course, there is more to the Africa story, driven by its people, tremendous talent pool, and the untapped resources that will take the continent to the next level of growth in the coming years. 

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. 

Rukwa coal-to-power project, Tanzania

By: Sheila Barradas     26th October 2018 Edenville Energy has submitted the required documentation to Tanzania Electricity Supply Company with regard to the utility’s request for qualification for coal-fired power generation projects in Tanzania.  

Mahenge graphite DFS results unveiled

By: Esmarie Iannucci     24th October 2018 A definitive feasibility study (DFS) into the Mahenge graphite project, in Tanzania, has increased the capital cost of the project, while both the estimated net present value (NPV) and internal rate of return (IRR) have dropped. ASX-listed Black Rock Mining on Wednesday revealed that the Phase 1... 

Barrick is said to favour taking back control of Acacia Mining  

By: Bloomberg     24th October 2018 Barrick Gold favours taking back control of its separately listed Tanzanian assets after completing its takeover of Africa-focused rival Randgold Resources, according to people familiar with the situation. Barrick spun off those assets in 2010 into a company now called Acacia Mining. That unit –... 

Kenya wins case against Cortec Mining on rare earths, niobium licence

By: Reuters     24th October 2018 Kenya has won a case against Cortec Mining Kenya Limited, Cortec and Stirling Capital over the revocation in 2013 of a licence for mining niobium and rare earth minerals, a court ruling made public on Tuesday showed. The decision could add to wariness about Kenya's nascent mining industry among... 

Acacia says senior manager charged in Tanzania corruption probe

By: Creamer Media Reporter      23rd October 2018 Acacia Mining on Tuesday reported that a senior manager of its Tanzanian businesses had been arrested and charged by the Tanzanian Prevention and Combating of Corruption Bureau (PCCB).  The senior manager has pleaded not guilty to all charges.   

There is room for more ride-hailing services, says Taxify country manager

By: Irma Venter     23rd October 2018 Taxify believes there is room for another electronic ride-hailing service in South Africa. US-based Uber started operations in South Africa in 2013, with Estonia’s Taxify moving into the country in 2016. 

Edenville submits RfQ documentation to Tanesco

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     22nd October 2018 Edenville Energy, which is developing a coal project in south-west Tanzania, has submitted the required documentation to Tanzania Electricity Supply Company (Tanesco) in relation to the utility’s request for qualification (RfQ) for coal-fired power generation projects in Tanzania.  The submission... 

Petra delivers sound Q1 production

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     22nd October 2018 London-listed Petra Diamonds achieved a solid operational performance in the three months ended September 30 – the first quarter of its 2019 financial year. Production for the period increased by 21% year-on-year to 1.07-million carats, mainly as a result of a 25% increase in run-of-mine... 

GR Engineering wins Fungoni EPC contract

By: Esmarie Iannucci     22nd October 2018 ASX-listed junior Strandline Resources has awarded fellow-listed GR Engineering Services the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the Fungoni mineral sands project, in Tanzania. The EPC contract, valued at $17.6-million, will cover a two-million-tonne-a-year processing... 

Acacia Mining threatens to invoke investment treaty in Tanzania dispute 

By: Reuters     19th October 2018 Acacia Mining said on Friday it would seek direct dialogue with Tanzania over a long-running tax dispute and threatened to invoke a bilateral investment treaty should a settlement not be reached. Acacia's parent Barrick Gold has been negotiating with the Tanzanian government on behalf of... 

Kibo Energy says submits documents in bid for Tanzania coal to power project

By: African News Agency      19th October 2018 Africa-focused energy company Kibo said on Friday it had submitted its formal tender qualification document to the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company (Tanesco) for the Mbeya coal to power project, in line with the government’s new initiative to develop independent power projects. "Our visionary... 

Private-equity firm seeks out opportunities in Africa

By: Natasha Odendaal     19th October 2018 Fully black-owned private equity company Agile Capital is actively seeking to invest millions of rands into diverse sectors and companies with a solid presence across Africa. The pan-African group, formed in 2016 following the management buy-out of Zico Capital, has available capital of about... 

University hosts Africa’s first virtual reality press conference

By: Natasha Odendaal     19th October 2018 As Singularity University (SU) works to prepare global leaders and organisations for the future, it has showcased Africa’s first virtual reality (VR) conference, hosting SU leaders from around the world to discuss, in real-time, SU’s global vision and how to future-proof Africa. While SU global’s... 

Shanta revises FY18 production guidance lower

By: Creamer Media Reporter      18th October 2018 Aim-listed Shanta Gold has revised its production guidance for the full-year to about 80 000 oz of gold, compared with the previously targeted 82 000 oz to 88 000 oz, as a result of lower-than-expected mine grades, which have impact on production and increased the per unit cost. The gold miner,... 

South Africa elected chair of ACF

18th October 2018 South Africa has been elected chair of the continental competition body, the African Competition Forum (ACF).   The body, which comprises 31 members and five regional competition agencies, voted for three positions that include the chair, vice chair and the steering committee at a biennial... 

Volt granted graphite mining licence in Tanzania

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th October 2018 ASX-listed Volt Resources has been granted two mining licences covering the Stage 1 and Stage 2 developments of its Bunyu graphite project, in Tanzania. The Stage 1 development is based on a mining and processing plant throughput rate of 40 000 t/y of ore to produce on average 23 700 t/y of... 

Acacia Mining says another employee arrested by Tanzania anti-corruption body

By: Reuters     17th October 2018 Acacia Mining said on Wednesday an employee and a former employee were detained by Tanzania's anticorruption authority, a week after the gold miner said another staffer had been released on bail after being charged with corruption. Tanzania's anti-corruption authority was quoted by local media as... 

ExecuJet welcomes first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft to its fleet 

By: Simone Liedtke     15th October 2018 Luxury aviation company ExecuJet on Monday welcomed the first Pilatus PC-24 aircraft in Africa to its premises at Lanseria International Airport, in Johannesburg. ExecuJet, which held a photo opportunity on Monday, is the first business aviation company in Africa to operate and manage a Pilatus... 

CAME Group parking solutions for revenue generation

By: Shannon de Ryhove     12th October 2018 Global technology company CAME, a group well-known in Italy and worldwide, has been operating in the home and building automation sector for over forty years. Cutting-edge technologies, soundness, efficiency and design are among the principles that guide the company in the design and... 

Acacia Mining says employee in Tanzania charged with corruption

By: Reuters     11th October 2018 London-listed Acacia Mining said on Thursday an employee at its North Mara mine in Tanzania was charged with corruption but plead not guilty and has been granted bail. The employee was "responsible for signing cheques for approved payments made by NMGML at the time, including a cheque regarding... 

DRC, Tanzania resource nationalist measures more extreme – Leon 

By: Martin Creamer     10th October 2018 The resource nationalist measures being implemented in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and Tanzania are significantly more extreme than those being adopted and even considered in most other African countries. One likely reason for this is that the DRC and Tanzania both suffer from... 

First
Prev
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Next Last

Latest News

more

Latest Videos

more

About

Engineering News is a product of Creamer Media.
www.creamermedia.co.za

Other Creamer Media Products include:
Mining Weekly
Research Channel Africa
Polity

Read more

Subscriptions

We offer a variety of subscriptions to our Magazine, Website, PDF Reports and our photo library.

Subscriptions are available via the Creamer Media Store.

View store

Advertise

Advertising on Engineering News is an effective way to build and consolidate a company's profile among clients and prospective clients. Email advertising@creamermedia.co.za

View options
Subscribe Now for $119
Free daily email newsletter Register Now
Subscribe Now for $119 Close