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Asanko progresses Esaase trial mining, exceeds production guidance

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th January 2019 TSX- and NYSE-listed Asanko Gold delivered a strong operational performance in the final quarter of 2018, producing 59 823 oz of gold, taking full year output to 223 152 oz. This was above guidance of 200 000 oz to 220 000 oz.  

Strike called off at Wollongong mine

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th January 2019 ASX-listed Wollongong Coal on Thursday told shareholders that the protected industrial action at its Wongawalli Colliery, in New South Wales, had come to an end. On January 11, contract workers at the project went on strike relating to proposed enterprise agreement between the labour hire... 

Uganda aims to pick bidder to build, operate highway by end-2019

By: Reuters     9th January 2019 Uganda expects to pick the winning bidder by the end of 2019 to build and operate a $1.5-billion road project under a public private partnership (PPP) model, a senior official said on Tuesday. The planned 95 km (60-mile) highway will connect the capital Kampala with Jinja, an industrial town in... 

Beadell misses the mark

By: Esmarie Iannucci     9th January 2019 Embattled gold miner Beadell Resources missed its amended production target during 2018, from its Tucano gold operation, in Brazil. The company in August last year amended the full year production guidance from the original target of 145 000 oz to 155 000 oz, to between 125 000 oz and 135 000... 

MC marginally lifts Q1 output, despite Makhado delays

By: Marleny Arnoldi     31st October 2018 Run-of-mine coal production at MC Mining’s Uitkomst colliery increased to 125 153 t in the quarter ended September 30, compared with the 125 108 t produced in the comparable quarter of the prior year. Third-party coal purchases for the quarter, which is the first quarter of MC’s 2019 financial... 

Implats in talks with potential 1 Shaft buyers, as restructuring proceeds 

By: Simone Liedtke     31st October 2018 Platinum miner Impala Platinum (Implats) achieved the highest first-quarter mill tonnage at its Impala Rustenburg operations since the 2013 financial year, during the quarter ended September 30. Tonnes milled at Impala Rustenburg increased by 5.6% year-on-year to 3.15-million tonnes in the first... 

Specialist contractor establishes the benchmark in specialised lining applications

By: Creamer Media Reporter      30th October 2018 BKV Holdings devised a novel means of installing a Polyurea waterproofing over a Perlite cement fire-rated screed to wall system at a newly-built power station, and this approach has since become the standard on other similar projects. Perlite cement screeds are more porous than conventional... 

Dirty Water No Problem For Sykes Water Transfer Range

29th October 2018 Water transfer applications in many industries across Africa must often deal with unpredictable water quality, so it is important to specify a pump built for African conditions - tough, reliable and robust. According to Henru Strydom, Sykes product specialist at Integrated Pump Rentals, the... 

Legaro’s 78 Corlett drive building achieves highest green star rating

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     26th October 2018 Lifestyle and commercial property developer Legaro has been given an award for developing South Africa’s highest-rated green building, 78 Corlett drive, in Melrose North. The award was presented at the Green Building Council of South Africa’s (GBCSA’s) eleventh Green Building Convention gala... 

Mixed picture emerges of state of SA’s road bridges following deadly Genoa collapse

By: Nadine James     26th October 2018 In light of the highly publicised Genoa bridge collapse, in Italy, as well as the abrupt closure of Johannesburg’s M2 east highway, questions surrounding the structural integrity of South African bridges have been raised. Bridges that fall within the South African National Road Agency Limited’s... 

Klawer awaits PPA signature, while Roggeveld surges ahead

By: Tracy Hancock     26th October 2018 Having received preferred bidder status three years ago, Cape Town-based wind farm developer G7 Renewable Energies’ Klawer wind farm project awaits a power purchase agreement (PPA) signature before undertaking the 18 months of construction needed to add 5 MW of electricity to the national grid. 

Mixed picture emerges of state of SA’s road bridges following deadly Genoa collapse

By: Nadine James     26th October 2018 In light of the highly publicised Genoa bridge collapse, in Italy, as well as the abrupt closure of Johannesburg’s M2 east highway, questions surrounding the structural integrity of South African bridges have been raised. Bridges that fall within the South African National Road Agency Limited’s... 

Mbeya coal-to-power project, Tanzania

By: Sheila Barradas     26th October 2018 Kibo Mining has submitted its formal tender qualification document to the Tanzania Electricity Supply Company for the project. 

Arup Recognised at SAICE National Awards 2018

By: Creamer Media Reporter      25th October 2018 The South African Institution of Civil Engineering (SAICE) honoured Arup with the national award for Technical Excellence for the PwC Tower at the 2018 national award ceremony.   The winning project, PwC Tower, is PwC’s new head office in Johannesburg. The building has already become an iconic... 

Mali's first independent power project to start up next week

By: Reuters     25th October 2018 Mali's first independent power project – a €122-million ($139.06-million), 90 MW diesel plant – will go online next week in the country's gold-rich southwest, a board member of the operator said on Wednesday. The new plant could spur more of the foreign investment Mali has struggled to attract... 

Fresnillo cuts silver guidance, tweaks gold forecast

By: Mariaan Webb     24th October 2018 Despite reporting a 6.3% increase in third-quarter silver production, Mexican precious metals miner Fresnillo on Wednesday lowered its production forecast for the year, citing “continued challenges” at the Saucito and Fresnillo mines. The company reported that the third quarter’s silver... 

WorleyParsons supports local contractor constructing Heat Tolerance Testing Station at Venetia mine

By: Creamer Media Reporter      24th October 2018 Situated 80 km from Musina (formerly Messina) in the Limpopo Province, the Venetia diamond mine, which opened in 1992, is De Beers Consolidated Mines’ flagship operation. The mine is South Africa’s largest diamond producer, with an output of approximately 4Mct of diamond. De Beers is now in the... 

Modern Water signs AMBC collaboration for Africa

24th October 2018 Modern Water plc, the owner of leading technologies for water and wastewater treatment and for the monitoring of water quality, has entered into a collaboration agreement with WEC Projects (Pty) Ltd, a leading South African EPC (engineering, procurement & construction) contractor which... 

A-Gas, CRS help major shopping centres keep cool and green

23rd October 2018 Commercial Refrigerant Solutions (CRS) of Johannesburg recently used the Rapid Recovery high-speed refrigerant recovery solution from A-Gas South Africa on a range of major projects. The two companies have been collaborating successfully for a year, ranging from Woolworths in Alberton to the... 

Kibali set for another record quarter

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd October 2018 The Kibali gold mine, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), is continuing to deliver performance improvements across the board and is expected to post record results for the quarter ended September 30, Randgold Resources CE Mark Bristow said on Monday. Speaking at a briefing for local media,... 

PERI provides solution for gatehouse arch at Yekani Manufacturing

22nd October 2018 A requirement for smooth off-shutter concrete work at the arched gatehouse to ICT group Yekani Manufacturing’s new R1 billion factory in the East London Industrial Development Zone saw main contractor WBHO turn to PERI South Africa to provide a complete architectural solution. The leading... 

Skyriders saves the day at silo inspection for Delmas colliery

22nd October 2018 A combination of rope access and the use of an Elios collision-tolerant drone allowed a prominent colliery near Delmas in Mpumalanga to complete a routine silo inspection in record time, not only minimising downtime, but ensuring the health and safety of all involved in the fast-track project.... 

Arup façade Design Commended at 2018 Steel Awards

By: Creamer Media Reporter      22nd October 2018 Arup was commended for their entry of the V&A Grain Silo Complex façade in the Architectural Category at the 2018 South African Steel Awards on 11 October 2018. The company, an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers, consultants and technical specialists, works across every aspect of... 

Kwa-Faku primary school, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th October 2018 The project involves the construction of a primary school that can accommodate up to 1 240 learners. 

Lesotho Highlands Water Project – Phase II, Lesotho/South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     19th October 2018 Construction work on Phase II of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is set to start soon. 

Germany's Voith to supply more turbines for Ethiopia's Renaissance Dam

By: Reuters     18th October 2018 German mechanical engineering conglomerate Voith has signed an agreement to supply turbines for a $4-billion dam Ethiopia is building along the River Nile, state-affiliated media said on Wednesday. The 6 000 MW Grand Renaissance Dam is the centrepiece of the Horn of Africa country's bid to become... 

Sales and production soar at Woodside

By: Esmarie Iannucci     18th October 2018 Australia’s Woodside Petroleum has seen an increase in both production and sales revenues for the third quarter, as its Wheatstone liquefied natural gas (LNG) project continued to contribute strongly to operations. “Production at Wheatstone LNG continued ahead of plan, underpinning a 13.8% rise... 

Soil sampling gets under way at Red Rock’s DRC copper/cobalt licence

By: Creamer Media Reporter      17th October 2018 A soil sampling programme has started at a copper/cobalt licence in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) owned by Aim-listed natural resources development company Red Rock Resources. The licence was recently acquired from a private seller. 

Civil contractor confidence falls to historic low in Q3 – CIDB

By: Marleny Arnoldi     16th October 2018 The Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) business conditions survey has shown that civil contractor confidence fell by six index points to a historic low of 27 during the third quarter. Weakness in all the underlying indicators, especially... 

M&D Construction Group puts pedal to the metal at Gamsberg project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th October 2018 Construction of the various roads that will serve Vedanta Zinc International’s (VZI’s) state-of-the-art Gamsberg mine near Aggeneys in the Northern Cape is forging ahead as planned. They are being built by M&D Construction Group, which also assisted VZI and its engineer, procure, construct (EPC)... 

M&D Construction Group helps fast-track delivery of Gamsberg’s concentrator

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th October 2018 M&D Construction Group’s Civil Engineering Division played a large role in assisting Vedanta Zinc International (VZI) and its engineer, procure, construct contractor (EPC), ELB Engineering services, to deliver Gamsberg’s concentrator in an extremely short timeframe to ensure the timely supply of... 

CoreCivils helps bridge growing road maintenance backlog

By: Creamer Media Reporter      16th October 2018 CoreSlab directors, Jaco de Bruin and Tiaan de Jager, have launched CoreCivils, a company that specialises in the design, manufacture and installation of a wide range of precast-concrete bridge beams. The new company is manufacturing its high quality T, Y, I and M-type bridge beams, in addition... 

Mining at Gruyere to start in November

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th October 2018 The Gruyere gold project, in Western Australia, remains on schedule to produce its first gold in the June quarter of next year. Joint venture (JV) partners Gold Road Resources and Gold Fields on Monday revealed that the overall project engineering was about 96% complete at the end of the... 

First LHWP Phase 2 construction contracts awarded

By: Marleny Arnoldi     12th October 2018 Construction work on Phase 2 of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project is set to start soon. This follows the Lesotho Highlands Development Authority (LHDA) awarding the first construction contract on the project – the R235-million contract for the Polihali north-east access road – to the... 

Bulk water supply project nears completion

12th October 2018 Phase 1 of the design and implementation for the augmentation of the James Kleynhans Bulk Water Supply project in Makhanda – formerly known as Grahamstown, in the Eastern Cape – which started last year in September is due for completion in December. The first phase of the four-phase project,... 

Medupi power station project, South Africa

By: Sheila Barradas     12th October 2018 Unit 2 at the Medupi power station produced first power on October 7, 2018. 

Innovative Façade Design Hits the Marc

By: Creamer Media Reporter      11th October 2018 Innovative façade design is stylising the appearance of some of the most spectacular architecture currently gracing the South African skyline. Developed by Eris, the tower called the Jewel at the new upmarket multi-use development, The MARC, has a shape and a façade like no other. Boogertman +... 

Platreef Shaft 1 intersects Flatreef deposit at 780 m below surface

By: Creamer Media Reporter      10th October 2018 Shaft 1 at Ivanplats’ Platreef project has reached the top of the high-grade Flatreef deposit at 780.2 m below surface. This is the first time that the Platreef – a strongly mineralised, polymetallic belt that extends northward from the town of Mokopane for more than 30 km – has been intercepted... 

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