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Mamaili Mamaila

Mamaili Mamaila

Mamaili Mamaila is a Creamer Media Writer and Social Media Specialist for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

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Deep-level operations remain viable although concerns linger

3rd April 2020 Mining industry employers’ organisation Minerals Council South Africa believes that there is still a viable future for deep-level operations in South Africa. 

Coronavirus one of several factors affecting mining

3rd April 2020 The volatility caused by global events, such as the outbreak of Covid-19, otherwise referred to as coronavirus, and stock market turmoil have definitely impacted on the planning and execution of mining operations and related supply chains, says mine ventilation equipment manufacturer Terramin... 

Legislation, other factors have enhanced deep-level operations

3rd April 2020 The deep-level mining sector in South Africa has “advanced significantly” from a health and safety perspective, says law firm ENSafrica mine and occupational health and safety executive Willem le Roux. 

Mill equipment advances essential for industry

27th March 2020 With the local sugar industry being more than 150 years old, advances in equipment critical to the milling process add “immense value”, as they improve the operational efficiency potential of the sugar mills, says industrial equipment supplier Verder Pumps MD Darryl Macdougall. 

Equipment design vital for sugar industry

27th March 2020 A critical aspect of servicing the sugar industry is equipment design, says integrated engineering technology and project management company Bosch Projects sugar sector director Steve Rosettenstein. 

Mill closures, continued market decline a concern for growers

27th March 2020 With two sugar mills closing down and being mothballed for the 2020/21 season, growers are concerned that the remaining 12 mills might potentially struggle to successfully complete this season’s harvest, says the South African Canegrowers’ Association (SA Canegrowers). 

Components provider extends offering for sugar industry

27th March 2020 Engineering components provider BMG has extended its range of power transmission components to include its recently upgraded Fenagrid Premium range. 

Company transforming amid difficulties

27th March 2020 JSE-listed sugar producer Tongaat Hulett is striving to reconstruct its business to be innovative, resilient and cost effective. 

Distributor’s experience makes for sweeter projects supply

27th March 2020 With more than 60 years of servicing the sugar industry, power transmission products distributor Bearings International (BI) has gained meaningful expertise, which enables the company to continue being a “dependable supplier” in the industry. 

Mechanised systems gaining momentum

27th March 2020 Manual harvesting currently dominates sugarcane harvesting operations. 

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