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Underground ore-processing R&D launched

23rd March 2005 Australian mineral processing equipment and systems group Gekko Systems last week launched its latest research and development (R&D) project - the creation of a process to treat ore underground. 

SA maize prices fall ahead of crop estimate

23rd March 2005 South African maize futures fell yesterday ahead of a crop estimate today that is expected to show a further rise in production, traders said. 

New end-of-life mine-finance solution

18th March 2005 Leading South African finance institution Standard Bank, in conjunction with the Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) and the South African Revenue Service (Sars), has developed a new solution that will provide mines with unrestricted tax-free capital for use when closing an operation at the... 

Miner in deal covering African prospects

18th March 2005 South African junior Centurion Gold Holdings this week announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding with Rovagold, a UK-based resource company to purchase all of its resource assets. 

Construction group still active in Umhlanga

18th March 2005 Construction company Grinaker-LTA Building East is presently undertaking a number of residential projects in the Gateway precinct, in Umhlanga, Kwazulu-Natal, following their completion of Horizon View Phase 1 (structure) and Phase 2, completed in 2003 and 2004. 

Mine-linked research flags Aids-drug TB 'paradox'

16th March 2005 A high-level uptake of antiretroviral treatment (ART) has 'paradoxically' been found to increase the rates of tuberculosis (TB) - and in some instances TB-related deaths - among HIV-positive miners and it is, therefore, essential that an individual's TB status is also known prior to the... 

DTI to drive co-operatives development

15th March 2005 The South African government, through the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), will be actively pursuing the sustainable development of co-operatives to help boost participation in the so-called 'first' economy of the country, the Minister of Trade and Industry said yesterday. 

Chamber spells out bargaining options

11th March 2005 The 2005 wage review will interfere with the mining industry's efforts to set up a centralised bargaining council, a senior Chamber of Mines executive said yesterday. 

New end-of-life mine-finance solution

10th March 2005 Leading South African finance institution Standard Bank, in conjunction with the Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) and the South African Revenue Services (Sars), has developed a new solution that will provide mines with unrestricted tax-free capital for use when closing an operation at the... 

First occupants by June for new-generation city housing complex

10th March 2005 Members of the media as well as the Gauteng Housing MEC, Nomvula Mokonyane, were yesterday given a site-tour of the new-generation, low-cost housing project Brickfields, which is located alongside the new Nelson Mandela bridge in Johannesburg's inner city. 

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