R/€ = 13.09
R/$ = 11.59
Au 1281.14 $/oz
Pt 1259.50 $/oz
Jan 20, 2015
Energy and commodity price volatility and uncertainty remained at the top of the list of concerns confronting global and African energy leaders canvassed for the World Energy Council’s (WEC’s) 2015 World Energy Issues Monitor. More than 1 000 energy executives and...
May 28, 2014
The Gift of the Givers distributed food parcels to mineworkers at Amplats's Khomanani shaft in Rustenburg on Wednesday. Women ululated and men whistled when a truck carrying food arrived.
Apr 17, 2014
TOMRA Sorting Solutions has finalised an agreement in cooperation with Outotec to supply Outotec-branded sorting solutions for the mining and metallurgical industry. TOMRA Sorting is a global leader in sorting technology, setting the bar for sensor-based sorting. By...
Aug 09, 2013
Voith Paper a division German engineering company Voith of has announced that it now offers complete pulp-drying machines, from headbox to the cross cutter and bale packing, with new vertical arrangement of the rolls in the dryer section.
Apr 29, 2013
A feasibility study into ASX-listed Stanmore Coal’s The Range project, in Queensland, has confirmed the technical and economic viability of the project. The feasibility study predicted that the project could deliver some five-million tons a year of high energy,...
Jul 24, 2008
Denver-based gold-miner Newmont Mining expects its production costs to increase by just about 12% this year, to between $425/oz and $450/oz, which compares well with projections of an industry average cost increase of some 25%, CEO Richard O'Brien said on Thursday....
Jul 11, 2008
Attached please find a press release on: Multotec Rubber Screen Panels are proving to be more than capable of handling the high energy and impact associated with screening of coarse fractions, with the added benefit of overcoming pegging and blinding problems.
Nov 29, 2006
South Africa's vehicle manufacturing sector is set for record sales in 2006, boosting new job creation, but sales growth should ease in coming months due to higher interest rates, an industry body said on Tuesday.
Oct 15, 2004