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Nadine James

Nadine James

Nadine James is a Creamer Media Contributing Editor for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Concerns remain around ‘much improved’ 2019 mine rehab financial provision regulations

19th July 2019 There has been significant debate among stakeholders regarding the extent to which mining companies should be held accountable for mine closure, including ways of generating funds for this purpose, to ensure that the State does not carry the cost for mines that close prematurely or become... 

Aveng to sell valves and pumps subsidiary to reduce debt

19th July 2019 Infrastructure and resources group Aveng will sell Aveng Dynamic Fluid Control (DFC) to 100% black-owned investment company Copaflo for R165-million. The sale will include the DFC operations in South Africa, Finland, the US, Brazil and Australia. 

Zululand Anthracite Colliery appoints first black GM

17th July 2019 Mining investment company Menar’s Zululand Anthracite Colliery (ZAC) subsidiary has appointed Siyabonga Mathonsi as its first black GM since mining operations began in 1987. His appointed is effective July 15. 

CIPC to implement key iXBRL Phase 2 changes by Oct 1

17th July 2019 It has been about a year since the Companies and Intellectual Property Commission (CIPC) rolled out an automated mechanism to regulate financial reporting disclosures and compliance, becoming the first regulator to do a full-scale implementation of inLine eXtensible Business Reporting Language... 

Zim government prioritises RHA's tungsten project recommissioning

17th July 2019 The Zimbabwe Electricity Supply Authority has been requested to electrify London-listed Premier African Minerals’ RHA tungsten mine, with the project now considered a priority for the Zimbabwean government. Premier, which holds a 49% interest in RHA and is the operator, on Wednesday said... 

SCA president dismisses Atha-Africa’s appeal

17th July 2019 The judgment of the Pretoria High Court in favour of a civil society coalition defending an Mpumalanga Strategic Water Source Area has been upheld, despite mining company Atha-Africa Ventures’ third attempt to have it set aside. Supreme Court of Appeal president Mandisa Maya dismissed the appeal... 

Altron reviewing options as City of Tshwane contract is set aside

17th July 2019 Allied Electronics Corporation (Altron) is considering its potential next steps after a broadband contract between the City of Tshwane and a special purpose vehicle (SPV) involving its Altron Nexus subsidiary was set aside by a court. The Gauteng High Court, in Pretoria, on Tuesday, approved the... 

Talbot & Talbot rebrands as it celebrates thirtieth anniversary

17th July 2019 African pioneer in water and wastewater management Talbot & Talbot is “especially proud of reaching its 30 year landmark in 2019” and, in acknowledgment of its legacy, the company has chosen to commemorate by rebranding Talbot & Talbot as simply Talbot. “This evolved corporate identity represents... 

Minerals dept issues Section 11 approval for BRPM stake transfer

17th July 2019 The Department of Mineral Resources has granted a Section 11 approval for the transfer of Rustenburg Platinum Mine’s (RPM’s) 33% undivided interest in the mining rights attributable to the Bafokeng Rasimone Platinum Mine (BRPM) joint venture to Royal Bafokeng Platinum (RBPlat). RPM, a wholly... 

Acacia seeks stay of intl arbitration; ordered to halt use of North Mara TSF

17th July 2019 LSE-listed Acacia Mining’s Tanzanian operating subsidiaries, Bulyanhulu Gold Mine and Pangea Minerals, plans to seek a stay of their international arbitration with the government of Tanzania. If the Tanzanian government agrees to the stay, Acacia expects the arbitration hearing to be postponed to... 

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