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Martin Creamer

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On-The-Air (20/04/2018)

20th April 2018 South Africa is expected to play an important role in a large new multi-billion-rand potash project in the Republic of Congo. Wonderful news for platinum is that mining equipment driven by a fuel cell is scheduled to make a game-changing debut underground next year. Mining giant Glencore has... 

Glencore releases all-embracing 117-page sustainability report

16th April 2018 One of the strategic priorities of diversified mining and marketing company Glencore is to invest in community initiatives that deliver sustainable socioeconomic benefits, the London- and Johannesburg-listed company states in today’s 117-page Sustainability Report 2017, which emphasises the... 

South Africa set to play significant role in Congo potash project

16th April 2018 South Africa is likely to play a significant role in the development and construction of the large new potash mine and processing plant that is being planned in the Republic of Congo (RoC) at an expected capital cost of $2-billion. Potentially one of the lowest operational cost potash projects in... 

On-The-Air (13/04/2018)

13th April 2018 Good news for mining is that the Department of Mineral Resources is working on a long-term Vision 2030 for the mining industry that can do so much for the South African economy going forward. The Canadian company building the brand new platinum mine in Limpopo has appointed former President... 

Fuel cell dozer expected to make game-changing 2019 debut

12th April 2018 A fuel cell dozer that runs on hydrogen carried in liquid is expected to make a game-changing debut underground next year, Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) CEO Chris Griffith said last night. Speaking at the fortieth African Mining Network dinner, Griffith said third generation development had... 

Vision 2030 mining growth strategy under development ­– ­DMR

10th April 2018 A Vision 2030 for the mining industry, and a strategy for growth and competitiveness of the sector, are topics under development, the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) said on Tuesday, when efforts to finalise and gazette the Mining Charter also intensified. In announcing that Mineral... 

On-The-Air (06/04/2018)

6th April 2018 South Africans will next month begin building a new tin mine in neighbouring Namibia. The sleepy Northern Cape town of Prieska is being revived by major new investment in its expansive but dormant zinc and copper resources. Strong interest is being shown a six-point plan that two independent... 

On-The-Air (23/03/2018)

23rd March 2018 Anglo American has embarked on a very ambitious job-creation programme. Advisory firm Deloitte this week launched Intelligent Mining to encourage digital transformation in South Africa’s biggest industry; South African business luminary Patrice Motsepe has expressed the firm belief that South... 

ARM's Motsepe predicts successful charter, land outcomes

16th March 2018 The executive chairperson of diversified black-controlled mining company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), Patrice Motsepe, on Friday expressed the firm conviction that South Africa was in the process of reinforcing its position as a competitive mining destination through a positive Mining Charter... 

On-The-Air (16/03/2018)

16th March 2018 London analysts this week stopped discounting South African share prices thanks to South Africa’s improved political outlook; A mine in the Northern Cape will be the initial beneficiary of yet another Fourth Industrial Revolution partnership clinched this week; and Hydrogen transport was this... 

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