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Centamin announces significant resource increase at Côte d'Ivoire projects

By: Simone Liedtke     Updated 5 hours ago A 120 000 m drill programme in 2018 across dual-listed Centamin’s wholly-owned landholdings in Côte d'Ivoire, has resulted in an increase of more than 100% in mineral resources, the company announced on Friday. A maiden resource has been declared at the ABC project, on the west side of the... 

Boeing reports the first flight of ‘Flying Car’

By: Rebecca Campbell     15th February 2019 US aerospace group Boeing announced on Wednesday, January 23, that its prototype autonomous urban air mobility vehicle had successfully made its maiden flight at Manassas in the US State of Virginia on the previous day. Boeing calls the aircraft a passenger air vehicle (PAV). The maiden flight... 

BI partners with OVK to offer its Agri-Smart solution to farmers

13th February 2019 Leading supplier Bearings International (BI) is extending its footprint in the agricultural industry by partnering with OVK of Ladybrand. The partnership will see BI’s products and services for the sector available at the co-operative’s 57 branches countrywide. The partnership is the culmination... 

UT wall-thickness measurement soars with Elios Sky Eye technology

11th February 2019 The sky is definitely not the limit for the Skyriders Elios Sky Eye confined-space inspection technology from Skyriders Access Specialists (Pty) Ltd. The company recently deployed the collision-resistant drone on a roof-replacement project for a major industrial client, in conjunction with... 

Collaboration to ensure better understanding of emission standards

8th February 2019 Oils and lubricants company Shell collaborates with a number of original equipment manufacturer (OEM) transport operators to understand the future vision of emission standards set by the manufacturers and various legislation, as well as taking into consideration the challenges that transport... 

Trilogy, South32 up exploration budget for Alaska projects

By: Creamer Media Reporter      7th February 2019 Vancouver-based explorer Trilogy Metals has increased the exploration budget for its Upper Kobuk Mineral Projects (UKMP), after its partner South32 agreed to equally fund an exploration programme along the Ambler volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) belt in north-west Alaska. The partners have... 

Sanedi ready to support the mining industry in energy efficiency

By: Kim Cloete     6th February 2019 The mining sector has been encouraged to use more renewable energy and tighten up on energy efficiency, with the support of the South African National Energy Development Institute (Sanedi). Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said the mining industry would need innovative and novel solutions to reduce... 

GR Engineering wins Carrapateena contract

By: Esmarie Iannucci     5th February 2019 Project house GR Engineering Services has won a A$16.3-million engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract from fellow-listed Oz Minerals for the design and construction of the Northern Wellfield at the Carrapateena project, in South Australia. The scope of the work will include... 

Hudson starts calcium feldspar production in Greenland

By: Marleny Arnoldi     5th February 2019 TSX-V-listed Hudson has started production ramp-up at its wholly owned White Mountain anorthosite calcium feldspar mine, in Greenland. Leading up to the ramp-up, the company completed the testing of all major equipment components, finding that all equipment was performing as expected, except... 

Global demand for coal rises despite uncertainty

By: Kim Cloete     4th February 2019 Despite a move to renewable energy, particularly in Europe, demand for coal globally soared in 2018, led by low calorific value (CV) coal demand. The strongest import markets were China and India, while Indonesia performed extremely strongly on the supply side. China’s demand for coal... 

SKF Test Center wins design prize at the International Architecture Awards

31st January 2019 The technologically innovative Sven Wingquist Test Center has been awarded the highly-regarded design prize, in the ‘industrial’ category. SKF is proud to have won a Design Award for its Sven Wingquist Test Center at The International Architecture Awards, a competition that recognises outstanding... 

Euro Manganese tables PEA for Czech tailings project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th January 2019 Dual-listed Euro Manganese has announced the results of the preliminary economic assessment (PEA) of its Chvaletice manganese project, in Czech Republic, which shows the tailings project can operate for a quarter of a century, producing 1.19-million tonnes of high-purity electrolytic manganese... 

Busa, CCMA launch Web tool to help small businesses overcome labour relations challenges

By: Marleny Arnoldi     29th January 2019 Business Unity South Africa (Busa) and the Commission for Conciliation, Mediation and Arbitration (CCMA) have collaborated on the development of a free-to-use Web tool to help smaller businesses with labour relations processes and matters. The tool was launched by President Cyril Ramaphosa and... 

Rolfes Water says total water management solutions are crucial

29th January 2019 Water reuse continues to lead as a crucial initiative among industrial and mining sectors. This is according to Andre Opperman, managing director, Rolfes Water: “Our focus remains directed toward finding new ways to treat and manage water resources and the needs of the environment as clients deal... 

Wakeford slams Agrizzi allegations as 'malicious, the fabric of lies'

By: African News Agency      29th January 2019 Former Port Elizabeth businessperson Kevin Wakeford, who has been granted special leave has slammed former Bosasa chief operations officer Angelo Agrizzi's allegations against him as "malicious, a gross fabrication and the fabric of lies". Wakeford, who is the CEO of State-owned arms procurement... 

Newcrest partners with Mirasol in Chile

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     29th January 2019 Vancouver-headquartered project generator Mirasol Resources has signed a binding letter agreement with Newcrest International, a wholly owned subsidiary of Newcrest Mining, for an option to farm-in on the Gorbea high-sulphidation epithermal (HSE) gold projects in Chile. “Newcrest is the ideal... 

Water dept launches water quality laboratory in Brits

By: Marleny Arnoldi     25th January 2019 Deputy Water and Sanitation Minister Pamela Tshwete on Thursday launched the Magalies Water Services Laboratory, in Brits, in the North West. The laboratory is set to provide services ranging from water quality testing and sampling, research and monitoring of drinking water supplies, process... 

thyssenkrupp proudly introduces to Africa revolutionary X-ray technology that finds gold faster

25th January 2019 thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions South Africa is proud to announce that they have been appointed as the official reseller of the ground-breaking PhotonAssay technology from Chrysos Corporation headquartered in South Australia. Novel X-ray technology is poised to revolutionise the field of gold... 

Beta testing

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     25th January 2019 Recently, we (the okes in the office an' me) bought two of a device that is supposed to repel insects. Well, not only. The box (as seen on TV) has a statement that it is an "ultrasonic pest repeller" and will repel "rats, roaches, flies, spiders, mice, fleas, ants and mosquitoes".  The devices is... 

Boiler relocation project near completion

By: Thabi Madiba     25th January 2019 Boiler maintenance and installations provider Boiler and Industrial Plant hopes to complete the boiler relocation project it has been working on for manufacturer United National Breweries (UNB), commonly known as Ijuba breweries, by the end of this month. The project, valued at R2-million,... 

Company focused on agriculture

By: Cameron Mackay     25th January 2019 The agricultural sector is set to become a significant focal point for leading bearings and power transmission product distributor Bearings International (BI) in 2019, as it expands its portfolio of agricultural application products in the first quarter of this year. “There are a few product... 

International Plastics Pipes Bodies Issue Advisory For Substandard Pipe Used In Oil, Gas And Other Fields

24th January 2019 The Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (SAPPMA) has added its voice to a recent warning about substandard high-density polyethylene (HDPE) pipes that do not comply with relevant product standards, issued by the Plastics Pipe Institute, Inc. (PPI) - the major North American... 

UCT researchers selected for research hubs to address global challenges

By: Sashnee Moodley     24th January 2019 Funding agency United Kingdom Research and Innovation (UKRI) and the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) have selected University of Cape Town (UCT) researchers to establish research hubs at UK universities, to tackle some of the development challenges facing the world. The hubs offer five... 

BI, Gondolier collaborate on Jonnesway toolbox for farmers

22nd January 2019 Such is the relationship between leading distributor Bearings International (BI) and Gondolier, importer of Jonnesway Professional Tools, that the two companies have collaborated on a toolbox aimed at the specific requirements of the agricultural industry. This comprehensive toolbox, containing... 

Smart speakers become fastest growing connected device – report

By: Natasha Odendaal     21st January 2019 Smart speakers, fifth-generation (5G) networks and cloud-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) are the baselines of increased connectivity and potential for innovation this year, the latest ‘Deloitte Global Technology, Media and Telecommunications (TMT) Predictions’ report shows. The eighteenth... 

New construction process proposed for Gautrain expansion project

By: Irma Venter     21st January 2019 More than halfway through the 15-year Gautrain concession period, Gautrain Management Agency (GMA) CEO Jack van der Merwe says he is pleased with the operation of the 80-km rail system. “Looking back at building the Gautrain there are positives and negatives. A positive is that we have an... 

Why OE Quality Matters for Aftermarket Fuel Filters

By: Creamer Media Reporter      21st January 2019 When it comes to replacing the fuel filter element on a light commercial vehicle such as the Ford Transit, Parker Racor ensures the job is simple, fast and foolproof thanks to a patented compound bayonet fitting system. The tip here, however, is that only by using Racor aftermarket elements,... 

Sappma pleased with results after increasing audit frequency

By: Cameron Mackay     18th January 2019 Last year, more factory audits of plastic pipe producers and manufacturers who are members of the Southern African Plastic Pipe Manufacturers Association (Sappma) showed promising results leaving much hope for the future of the plastic pipes industry, says the quality regulator’s CEO, Jan Venter.... 

Companies to boost cobot industry

By: Halima Frost     18th January 2019 Electronics company Omron Corporation and collaborative arm robot manufacturer Techman Robot have provided collaborative robots, or cobots, that can be used for a variety of applications such as electronics assembly, product testing and inspection. This comes after both companies signed an... 

Empowered Kwatani benefits local mining industry

By: Schalk Burger     17th January 2019 Industrial and mining vibrating screens manufacturer Kwatani has achieved a level-1 broad-based black economic empowerment (BBBEE) score and is 51% black women-owned. This BBBEE accreditation affords significant benefits to its mining clients that can claim 135% of money spent on Kwatani.... 

Debtech X-Ray Diamond Recovery Technology To Sierra Leone

15th January 2019 Working in collaboration with project house Paradigm Project Management, diamond processing technology specialists DebTech is supplying its well-proven X-ray diamond recovery technology to the Tongo diamond mining project in Sierra Leone, currently being developed by Newfield Resources Ltd.... 

Packed work programme ahead for Emmerson’s Morocco potash project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     15th January 2019 LSE-listed mine developer Emmerson CEO Hayden Locke has confirmed that numerous workstreams are under way or due to start throughout this year, including drilling, testing, prefeasibility and discussions with partners and offtakers, at the Khemisset potash project, in Morocco. The company... 

Panthera granted new exploration licence in Mali

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     14th January 2019 Gold exploration and development company Panthera Resources, which owns assets in India and West Africa, has been granted a new exploration licence, replacing and considerably extending the tenure of the Kalaka licence, in Mali. The replacement Kalaka licence has been granted for an initial... 

DebTech supplies X-ray diamond recovery tech to Sierra Leone project

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th January 2019 Diamond processing technology specialist DebTech is supplying its X-ray diamond recovery technology to Newfield Resources’ Tongo diamond mining project, in Sierra Leone. DebTech is collaborating with project house Paradigm Project Management on the project.  

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... 

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. 

Training Course To Lift Professionals Above The Pack

10th January 2019 Construction industry professionals need only devote five days of their time for intensive training in concrete technology to boost their own career opportunities and ensure that the structures they design have the sustainability the South African economy vitally requires. This is the view of... 

Africa’s busiest railway stations have been commissioned with a new signalling system

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th January 2019 Siemens commissions two of the busiest railway stations in Africa This new signalling system help will increase operational capacity, provide a higher level of flexibility and reduce train delays As part of the Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (PRASA’s) drive to deliver a world class... 

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