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Northern Vertex files PEA on expanded Moss mine plan

By: Henry Lazenby     Updated 2 hours 50 minutes ago Canadian project developer Northern Vertex has filed with securities regulators a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) examining the merit of building and expanded operation at its 100%-owned Moss gold/silver mine, in Arizona. First published in October, the PEA sets out the technical and... 

Gold Fields invests R6m to boost mechanised mining skills in South Africa

By: Nadine James     22nd November 2017 South African gold miner Gold Fields on Wednesday announced a R6-million, three-year partnership with the University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) to further academic knowledge in the field of mechanised mining and rock engineering in South Africa. Gold Fields CEO Nick Holland and Wits... 

After 130 years cooling comes to the oldest listed mine

     22nd November 2017 As you mine deeper, sooner or later it’s going to get hot. And so it has at Barberton, although it has taken more than a hundred years. BBE Projects have recently commissioned a refrigeration and air cooling system at Barberton Mine’s Fairview Shaft to provide much-needed cooling for the on-going... 

Sibanye share price rises on gold tailings deal with DRDGold

By: Martin Creamer     22nd November 2017 The share price of Sibanye-Stillwater rose quickly and sharply on Wednesday on the news that the precious metals company had moved to create an industry-leading surface mining partnership with gold tailings retreatment company DRDGold. The proposed transaction, which saw the share price of... 

Shanta reaches cost-reduction goal

By: Anine Kilian     20th November 2017 In keeping with its previously announced strategy of optimising the financial performance of its operations, Aim-listed Shanta Gold has reduced annualised costs by $5.1-million, the company said in a statement on Monday. The company noted that the full benefit of this reduction would be achieved... 

Corsa sees sales volume growth for sixth consecutive quarter

By: Anine Kilian     17th November 2017 Even though the global supply chain for metallurgical coal remains challenged and prone to disruption, strong steel pricing and production levels have helped to sustain a high level of demand for raw materials, which include metallurgical coal, according to Corsa Coal CEO George Dethlefsen. In a... 

Argentina Lithium embarks on 10 000 m drill campaign; open to more acquisitions 

By: Henry Lazenby     17th November 2017 TSX-V-listed lithium explorer Argentina Lithium on Thursday announced that it has appointed a new project manager to oversee a 10 000 m exploration drilling campaign at its two active projects in Argentina – located within the prospective Arizaro and Incahuasi salars. The Vancouver-headquartered... 

Geosynthetic products produce a sealing barrier for diverse applications

By: Simone Liedtke     17th November 2017 Geosynthetic products manufacturer and supplier Fibertex South Africa (SA) distributes a comprehensive range of NAUE Geosynthetics products designed for use as efficient sealing barriers, in a range of diverse applications, including construction projects. 

Concor Infrastructure forges ahead with new construction projects

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th November 2017 Diversified infrastructure and services company Concor Infrastructure is halfway towards completing the additional 14-m-wide dual carriageway on the N2 highway between Mtunzini and Empangeni, in KwaZulu-Natal.  

Value-for-money centrifugal pumps to change process

     17th November 2017 The food and beverage industry is continuously looking for solutions to increase production efficiency with extremely high system pressure applications becoming more common, especially in typical reverse osmosis applications for whey, wine and beer filtration. 

Agreement on environmental monitoring of Karoo radio astronomy area

By: Keith Campbell     17th November 2017 Two of the country’s top research institutions, the recently-established South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (Sarao) and the South African Environmental Observation Network (Saeon) have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) to execute the Integrated Environmental Management Plan (IEMP) for... 

Mustang announces outcomes of ruby strategy review

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th November 2017 Ruby miner Mustang Resources will implement a number of measures to fine tune its operational strategy, including temporarily suspending the artisanal miner development programme (AMDP) following disappointing results from its maiden tender. Mustang earlier this month launched a review into the... 

Cazaly changes focus at Mt Venn

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     16th November 2017 Junior Cazaly Resources is reviewing the base metal potential of its Mount Venn project, in Western Australia, after fellow-listed Great Boulder Resources discovered copper/nickel/cobalt mineralisation at its own Yamarna project. The results from Great Boulder’s first nine holes at its Yamarna... 

Western Cape appeals for Zuma's help with drought

By: News24Wire      15th November 2017 The Western Cape appealed for assistance from national government with the drought and water crisis engulfing the province at a meeting of President Jacob Zuma's President's Coordinating Council (PCC) on Tuesday at Tuynhuys, in Cape Town. James-Brent Styan, spokesperson for Western Cape MEC for... 

Apple leads way in tracing cobalt from Congo, Microsoft lags – Amnesty

By: Reuters     15th November 2017 Apple is leading the way in tracing cobalt used in its electronics to ensure the metal has not been mined by children in Democratic Republic of Congo while Microsoft is lagging, Amnesty International said. Microsoft disagreed with the pressure group's conclusions published on Wednesday. 

Exploration boosts Ariana’s confidence in Salinbas project

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th November 2017 Turkey-focused explorer Ariana Resources is encouraged by the results of its latest exploration across the so-called hot gold corridor in Turkey, where its one-million-ounce Salinbas project is located. The Salinbas gold project comprises the Salinbas gold/silver deposit and the Ardala... 

Brown blocked Koko’s suspension, witness tells Eskom probe

By: African News Agency      14th November 2017 Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown took instructions from the Gupta brothers and ordered the Eskom board not to suspend Matshela Koko as CEO of the power utility, a witness on Tuesday told the parliamentary inquiry into the company. Khulani Qoma, the now suspended spokesperson for the Eskom... 

Only half of Cape Town putting 'efforts into saving water' – De Lille

By: News24Wire      14th November 2017 Only half of drought-stricken Cape Town is saving water, the City of Cape Town revealed on Monday as it appealed to residents to get on board and beat the drought. To make matters worse, recent hot and windy weather has led to a 1% decrease in dam levels over the past week alone. 

Foam-based fire suppression for fuel storage facilities

     13th November 2017 Fighting fire with foam concentrates Fuel storage fire protection is critical and even more so when it is done underground. Detection systems for early response to a fire outbreak are essential. In this article, fires safety specialist, Mike Feldon, discusses the use of firefighting foam as a... 

Beaufort West 'Day Zero' drought claims not true – Western Cape government

By: News24Wire      13th November 2017 The Western Cape government has denied claims that Beaufort West, a town of about 37 000 residents, has reached "Day Zero" in the water crisis in the region. The town "has simply run out of surface water", said James-Brent Styan, spokesperson for Local Government, Environmental Affairs and... 

Mark Ii Slurrysucker Dredger Takes Large Objects In Its Stride

     13th November 2017 Large numbers of solid objects are often found in unmaintained process water or return water ponds, which can be a real hindrance when those ponds need to be dredged; but this is no longer a problem, with Integrated Pump Rental’s newly designed dredge head on its SlurrySucker Mark II. “In some of... 

Govt, NGOs, industry combining to fend off acid mine water threat

By: Ilan Solomons     10th November 2017 Acid mine drainage (AMD) is regarded as one of the greatest environmental challenges ever faced by South Africa, says Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) mine water management chief director Marius Keet. During a recent seminar on the need to rehabilitate mine-contaminated ecosystems, he... 

Integrated, automated security fabric to protect business devices and data

By: Schalk Burger     10th November 2017 The complexity of cyberattacks on businesses and the difficulty in proactively protecting dynamic and flexible networks, as well as the devices and data used in daily business processes, has increased the need for businesses to deploy integrated and automated security technologies. A consolidated... 

Company offers valve solutions for abrasive, slurry applications

     10th November 2017 ARVALV through-port knife-gate valves have long been the product of choice for challenging abrasive and scaling applications at plants and facilities where extended service life is a must, states valve and instrumentation supplier AR Controls. The ARVALV range is manufactured, stocked, and... 

Maintenance and upgrades on cards for Platinum Corridor in 2018

By: Simone Liedtke     10th November 2017 The South African National Roads Agency Limited (Sanral) private concessionaire Bakwena Platinum Corridor Concessionaire (Bakwena) will conduct several maintenance and construction projects along the South African N1/N4 routes in 2018. 

Giant planet ‘comes to light’

By: Kelvin Kemm     10th November 2017 There is a saying that the universe may not only be stronger than we imagine, but also stronger than we can imagine. I imagine that many unimaginable things will come to light from far out in due course.  These concepts are all really ‘far out’. One has just ‘come to light’, so to speak. There is... 

Ivanhoe expects new mineral resource estimate for Kakula by year-end

By: Anine Kilian     9th November 2017 TSX-listed Ivanhoe Mines expects a new mineral resource estimate for the entire Kakula discovery, in the Democratic Republic of Congo, by the end of the year, based on the current, delineated strike extent of least 12 km, the company said in a statement on Thursday. The new evaluation will expand... 

Quality of Johannesburg’s road network decreasing

By: Anine Kilian     9th November 2017 According to the Johannesburg Roads Agency’s (JRA’s) latest assessment of Johannesburg’s roads network, surfaced roads in Johannesburg that are rated as good or very good have decreased from 52% in 2013 to 45%, JRA revealed on Thursday. Its latest assessment of the quality of Johannesburg’s road... 

Stefanutti Stocks sees 18% profit growth, expects margin squeeze to continue

By: Irma Venter     9th November 2017 Despite challenging trading conditions, Stefanutti Stocks on Thursday reported an 18% increase in operating profit, to R119-million, for the six months ended August  31. Revenue for the period also grew 18%, to R5.2-billion, up from R4.4-billion in the comparable period last year. 

Tsodilo drilling programme shows solid business case for BK16

By: Megan van Wyngaardt     8th November 2017 A recently completed drilling and bulk sampling programme at TSX-listed Tsodilo Resources’ 100%-owned BK16 kimberlite project, in the Orapa kimberlite field (OKF), in Botswana, has returned positive results. The $1.7-million programme was completed on time and within budget and focused on bulk... 

Phoenix Global embarks on ambitious plan to restart Empire copper mine, Idaho

By: Henry Lazenby     8th November 2017 Aim-listed copper junior Phoenix Global Mining has formulated an ambitious growth strategy to restart mining at the brownfields Empire copper mine, in Idaho, by 2020. The company made its debut on the LSE's Aim market late in June, with the aim of bringing the historic mine back into production,... 

Armadale graphite project yields positive drilling results

By: Anine Kilian     7th November 2017 Aim-listed Armadale has received the results of its 1 500 m, 28-hole reverse circulation drill programme, recently completed at the Mahenge Liandu graphite project, in Tanzania.   Wide high-grade mineralisation was consistently intersected at shallow, near-surface depths, with thick graphite... 

Argentina Lithium lays claim to entire salar within LatAm's 'Lithium Triangle'

By: Henry Lazenby     7th November 2017 The TSX-V-listed stock of energy metals junior Argentina Lithium & Energy shot up nearly 52% on Monday after the company announced that it had staked an entire salar, or salt flat, in Argentina's Incahuasi Salar and basin, in Catamarca province. The stock movement on Monday pays testament to the... 

Summit aimed at attracting investment for water infrastructure

By: Dylan Slater     6th November 2017 South Africa needs about R40-billion to deal with its backlog in water infrastructure, says the Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS). To address this and other critical water-related issues, the department will, in collaboration with the Water Research Commission (WRC), host the Water... 

Resilient Lonmin beats guidance, ups cash

By: Martin Creamer     3rd November 2017 The board of platinum mining company Lonmin has decided to extend the date of the publication of its 2017 financial results to afford management the opportunity to give undivided attention to the group’s operational review, which is targeting a viable business plan based on the possible raising... 

AngloGold confirms two dead, six rescued after Mponeng fall-of-ground incident

By: Natasha Odendaal     3rd November 2017 Two miners have been confirmed dead, with six others rescued at AngloGold Ashanti’s Mponeng mine, near Carletonville, following a seismic activity-triggered fall-of-ground incident on Thursday morning. AngloGold Ashanti on Friday confirmed that the rescue team brought two more workers safely to... 

High-pressure industrial cleaning suitable for various industries

By: Marleny Arnoldi     3rd November 2017 Water-jetting solutions provider Total Blasting says its ultrahigh-pressure jetting units are suitable for applications in industries such as petrochemicals (refineries), marine, offshore oil and gas, and automotive manufacturing plants.  

Suitable solution for African road conditions

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     3rd November 2017 Geosynthetic products manufacturer and supplier Fibertex says its Fibertex AM-2 is the ideal product for road construction and road maintenance projects in Africa, owing to its being highly durable and resistant to all natural soil alkalis and acids. “The Fibertex AM-2 is a flexible... 

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