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Simone Liedtke

Simone Liedtke

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Vast acquires 23.75% economic interest in Zimbabwe mine

20th April 2018 Aim-listed Vast Resources’ 25%-owned group company Dallaglio Investments has acquired a 95% interest in the Eureka gold mine, in Zimbabwe. Dallaglio acquired a 95% interest in Delta Gold Zimbabwe, which owns the Eureka mine, from Alpha Resources and the Industrial Development Corporation of South... 

Lithium-ion industry to take centre stage in next five years

20th April 2018 At least 12 lithium and six cobalt transactions have been closed between downstream manufacturers and mining companies since 2016, signalling a changing trend in procurement strategy. This, commodity research consultancy Roskill said in a statement on Friday, shows that the lithium-ion (Li-ion)... 

RBPlat receives government approval for Maseve acquisition

20th April 2018 South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) has been granted consent in terms of Section 11 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act for the transfer of the entire issued share capital of Maseve Investments 11, the holding company of the Maseve mine, in Rustenburg, to Royal... 

TCTA Vresap commercial paper programme increased to R500m

20th April 2018 The Trans-Caledon Tunnel Authority (TCTA) has increased the commercial paper programme for the Vaal River Eastern Subsystem Augmentation Project (Vresap) to R500-million. Vresap comprises a 120 km pipeline from the Vaal dam to the Knoppiesfontein diversion structure near Secunda to augment the... 

Trans Hex to dispose of Lower Orange River operations

20th April 2018 JSE-listed diamond mining company Trans Hex’s subsidiary Trans Hex Operations (THO) has entered into an agreement to sell its Lower Orange River (LOR) operations – the Bloeddrif and Baken mines – to black women-owned LOR Diamonds for R72-million. The agreement includes the disposal of the... 

Mondi acquires two KwaZulu-Natal plantations

20th April 2018 JSE-listed pulp and paper producer Mondi has acquired the Draycott and Greytown timber plantations, in KwaZulu-Natal, from World Hardwood. The Competition Tribunal on Thursday approved the transaction, after the Competition Commission determined that it was unlikely to substantially prevent or... 

Independent board urges M&R shareholders to reject Aton offer

20th April 2018 An independent board established by Murray & Roberts (M&R) to assess the proposal by German family-owned business Aton to acquire all shares in M&R at R15 a share, has again recommended that M&R shareholders reject the offer. In an announcement on Friday, the M&R independent board reiterated that... 

Resignation will not absolve Pita from accountability – DPE

20th April 2018 The resignation of Garry Pita as CFO of State-owned Transnet does not absolve him of accountability should he be found to have had a role in the alleged corruption at Transnet, the Department of Public Enterprise (DPE) said late on Thursday. Pita on Thursday resigned after 12 years at Transnet,... 

Africa struggles to meet energy demand and reduce carbon emissions

20th April 2018 The global energy sector is faced with the dual challenge of meeting growing energy demand, while simultaneously needing to lower carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the energy system, says MIT Energy Initiative director Robert Armstrong. Speaking at the twenty-first Power and Electricity World... 

EPC contractor appointed for Mpumalanga 25 MW biomass project

20th April 2018 A consortium comprising engineering consultant ELB Engineering Services, environment equipment manufacturer KC Cottrell and the ELB Educational Trust, has been appointed as the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for Ngodwana Energy’s 25 MW biomass project, in Mpumalanga.... 

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