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Oct 20, 2014
The Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources says it is concerned about the scale of illegal coal mining at a derelict mine in Osizweni, outside Newcastle, in KwaZulu-Natal. Committee chairperson Sahlulele Luzipo said during a meeting with entities of the Department...
May 16, 2014
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Nov 28, 2013
State-owned minerals researcher Mintek and the eWaste Association of South Africa (eWasa) have signed a five-year memorandum of understanding to jointly tackle the growing challenge of dealing with electronic and electrical equipment waste, or e-waste, in South...
Jul 23, 2010
Seventy members of the South African National Taxi Council (Santaco) operating minibus taxis on a pre-determined route will take part in a project where their vehicles will be converted to run on both petrol and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), the Automotive Industry...
May 19, 2009
Aim- and JSE-listed Braemore Resources said on Tuesday that it had entered into discussions with various parties to finance the development capital needed to build the next stage ConRoast facility, with refining capacity. The company also announced that it had...
Oct 16, 2008
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Sep 25, 2007
Emerging company Independence Platinum has started continuous smelting activities at Mintek, in Johannesburg, and will tap the first platinum-group metal (PGM) alloy later this week, its parent company, London-listed Braemore Resources, said on Tuesday. South...
Aug 31, 2007
Jul 25, 2007
A new groundbreaking platinum smelting technology would be in commercial production in South Africa in a matter of weeks, Independence Platinum CEO Hamish Bohannan said in Gaborone on Wednesday.
May 23, 2007
State-owned mineral technology researcher Mintek on Wednesday announced that diamond expert Dr Fanus Viljoen had joined the company’s mineralogy division in the position of technical specialist of diamonds.
Apr 30, 2007
TSX- and JSE-quoted Teal Mining on Monday announced that, following positive drilling results from its new wholly-owned gold mining operation at Otjikoto, in Namibia, the company was scheduled to start an additional 15 000 m infill drilling programme in May for a...
Jan 09, 2007
New market entrant Independence Platinum was considering a JSE listing in 2008, when it would need to raise funding for its planned R3,6-billion base-metals smelter and refinery, daily Business Report said on Tuesday, citing CE Richard Phillips.
Oct 13, 2006
The Department of Minerals and Energy’s call for nominations for individuals to take up board positions at State mineral and metallurgy researcher Mintek has reportedly elicited numerous enquiries.
Sep 01, 2006
Mining researcher Mintek committed itself to strengthening environmental and socioeconomic research in minerals processing and metallurgy by joining forces with the South African Environmental Observation Network (Saeon) on Friday.
Aug 14, 2006
State-owned mineral and metallurgy researcher Mintek has blamed “severe skills problems” for the qualified audit applied by the Auditor-General (A-G) to its 2004/5 financial statements. It has also cautioned that not all of the problems would be ironed...
Jun 21, 2006
Australian-listed platinum exploration and development compnay Nkwe Platinum, which has three core projects in South Africa, says it is likely to be granted the prospecting rights for its De Wildt project, which will see the feasibility study to start towards the end...
 
 
 
 
May 22, 2006
State-owned mineral and metallurgical researcher Mintek has, on request from the Nkomati nickel-mine, supplied a pilot flotation plant to LionOre’s Tati Nickel Mine Activox demonstration plant near Francistown, in Botswana.
May 11, 2006
State-owned mineral and metallurgical researcher Mintek has begun a major project to develop a more cost-effective type of grinding ball for the minerals industry.
Apr 13, 2006
The South African government will invest R450-million in the creation of national nanotechnology infrastructure and research in the next three years, assisting its initiatives of reducing unemployment and halving poverty by 2014. To fast track the opportunities that...
Mar 17, 2006
State-owned mineral technology researcher Mintek and mineral-processing company Bateman, on Friday, jointly-commissioned a plant at Mintek, in Johannesburg, to demonstrate the MeTRIX metal-recovery technology.
Mar 17, 2006
State-owned mineral technology researcher Mintek and mineral-processing company Bateman, on Friday, jointly-commissioned a plant at Mintek, in Johannesburg, to demonstrate the MeTRIX metal-recovery technology.
Sep 07, 2005
Mineral and metallurgical research and development (R&D specialist, Mintek, said this week that it had achieved a 'significant milestone' in quality, environmental conservation and health and safety by retaining its three ISO certifications for the third year in a row.
Aug 12, 2005
With its state-of-the-art systems and latest in material technology, Thermopower Furnaces has developed a reputation as one of the industry leaders in furnace and kiln design and manufacture in South Africa.
Aug 12, 2004
South Africa’s State-owned gem-miner, Alexkor, was last week ordered by the Labour Court to pay compensation to 154 former employees who were retrenched some three years ago.
Apr 19, 2004
Musuku Beneficiation Systems had four products when Mining Weekly called at the gold operation a year ago; now it has 15.
May 12, 2003
Blessed with diverse and sizeable mineral resources, South Africa is not only the world’s leading exporter of gold, platinum-group metals, chromium, manganese ferroalloys and vanadium, but also a major supplier of diamonds, titanium minerals, coal, andalusite...
 
 
 
 
Mar 14, 2003
Austrian industrial services and technology company Voest-Alpine Industries is convinced that there is significant potential in South Africa for the conversion of iron-ore fines into much-sought-after hot briquetted iron (HBI), and is optimistic that the Finmet...
Mar 14, 2003
Austrian industrial services and technology company Voest-Alpine Industries is convinced that there is significant potential in South Africa for the conversion of iron-ore fines into much-sought-after hot briquetted iron (HBI), and is optimistic that the Finmet...
Dec 12, 2002
The world’s fifth-largest gold producer, Harmony Gold Mining Company, and Mintek, the leader in minerals and metals technology in South Africa, yesterday announced that the parties had signed a memorandum of understanding to create Musuku Beneficiation...
Oct 10, 2002
Government and the mining industry have agreed on a broad-based scoring system by which the conversion from old-order mining rights to new-order licences will be rated and facilitated over the next five years.
Oct 07, 2002
The opening up of mineral rights and the subsequent opportunities this offers for black participation in a traditionally white-dominated sector is an exciting chapter in the South African mining, minerals and metallurgical industry.
Jun 07, 2002
State metals and minerals researcher Mintek has established a local 100% owned company, Mindev, to support the commercialisation of its technologies in industry and to enable it to be pro-active in carrying out its national mandate to facilitate greater mineral...
May 16, 2002
Minerals research council Mintek has unveiled the first product to come out of Project Autek – an initiative to identify and develop potential industrial applications for gold.
May 13, 2002
South African minerals researcher Mintek has developed a process to produce electrolytic manganese dioxide (EMD) from low-grade manganese ores that eliminates the costly up-front pyrometallurgical prereduction step.
 
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