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Nov 21, 2014
Urgent action was needed to stop diamonds being sold with overstated certification, World Federation of Diamond Bourses president Ernie Blom said on Friday. Blom, who blamed a few laboratories for damaging the reputation of the entire diamond industry, urged...
Nov 21, 2014
It’s all stations go again for Canadian company Ivanhoe’s R17-billion platinum investment in Limpopo; The strife-torn Central African Republic has become Africa’s new “blood diamonds” state; Low commodity prices are causing widespread job uncertainty, even in the...
Nov 19, 2014
Coal-mining junior Keaton Energy, which invested R275-million in operations while boosting its cash position by 63% to R113.2-million in the six months to September 30, is firming up two new coal-mine projects that will nudge the JSE-listed company towards producing...
Nov 19, 2014
Preparations have begun for a resumption of site work at Ivanhoe’s platinum project near Mokopane in Limpopo province, with the construction of the initial production shaft of the planned underground mine the focal point of the first phase of development of an...
Nov 18, 2014
The dysfunctional Central African Republic (CAR) has taken over as the country where “blood diamond” activity is again rife. Diamonds worth $24-million have been smuggled out of CAR since the suspension of the Kimberley Process last year and Seleka rebels and...
Nov 17, 2014
French President François Hollande on Monday officially opened the new $7-billion Koniambo nickel project in New Caledonia, a territory of France that is located 1 210 km east of Australia, in the south-west Pacific Ocean. The joint venture (JV) between the London-,...
Nov 14, 2014
An Indian company is taking the unprecedented step of investing R8-billion in South African zinc mining
Nov 14, 2014
STEELPOORT, Mpumalanga – The Lion ferrochrome smelter owned and operated by the Glencore Merafe Chrome Venture, uses 37% less electricity than conventional ferrochrome processes to produce the equivalent volume of ferrochrome. In addition, the smelter needs far less...
Nov 13, 2014
Triple-listed coal exploration and project development company Coal of Africa Limited (CoAL) has completed the first stage of its equity capital raising exercise. The South Africa-focused company, which trades its shares in Sydney, London and Johannesburg, said on...
Nov 13, 2014
Both gold demand and supply were down in the three months to September 30, the World Gold Council said on Thursday. The council’s latest gold demand trends report stated that third-quarter (Q3) gold demand had declined by 2% to 929 t and supply had fallen by 7% to 1...
 
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