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Martin Creamer

Martin Creamer is Publishing Editor of Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Jul 22, 2014
South Africa’s biggest iron-ore mining company, Anglo American’s JSE-listed Kumba Iron Ore, is lending a helping hand to up-and-coming black economically empowered (BEE) iron-ore juniors in the Northern Cape and Limpopo provinces. Kumba CEO Norman Mbazima said...
Jul 22, 2014
The operational profit of JSE-listed Kumba Iron Ore fell 14% in the six months to June 30 on lower exports and the cost of increased mining activities. But revenue was up mainly on currency weakness and Kumba maintained its interim cash dividend of R5-billion, which...
Jul 21, 2014
Strike-hit Anglo American Platinum (Amplats) was capitalising its mechanised mines and might spend up to R100-billion on them plus Amandelbult in the next ten years, Amplats CEO Chris Griffith said on Monday. Speaking at the company’s announcement of highly...
Jul 18, 2014
A solar-energy first is under way in the Northern Cape thanks to a Norwegian company’s R1-billion investment; Advanced aerospace technology is being used to recover diamonds from an old Northern Cape mine dump. The Northern Cape has been chosen as the place to set...
Jul 17, 2014
Kyalami, otherwise known as Farm Bothasfontein, will go under the hammer as scheduled on July 24, at 12:00, at Summer Place, in Hyde Park, Johannesburg, after 11 applicants failed to stop the auction, with a revised reserve price set at R200-million. In June, auction...
Jul 17, 2014
Anglo American’s South African mines came to the party in the three months to June 30, with increased production across-the-board, including platinum supply “at normal levels” to all platinum customers, in spite of the fierce five-month strike in the platinum...
Jul 16, 2014
Advanced aerospace high-technology is flying into South Africa’s changing mining space. French software company Dassault Systèmes, which has built entire aircraft technology platforms that provide three-dimensional (3D) visualisation for every aspect all the way...
Jul 15, 2014
The mining industry was not pushing the limits of technology far enough and needed to make a quantum change in crafting new solutions, South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (SAIMM) immediate past president Dr Gordon Smith said on Tuesday. Smith, who is...
Jul 14, 2014
Some 60 000 former mineworkers have now come forward to claim R5-billion in unpaid pension, provident fund and service-award claims. The 60 000 are from the traditional labour-sending areas of Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal and North West in South Africa and the...
Jul 11, 2014
15 000 diamond mineworkers have been cut into De Beers’ new R2.5-billion black economic empowerment deal; The new Venetia diamond mine in Limpopo will have driverless trucks as part of an automation drive; and Strong calls are being made for the reform of South...
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