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Barloworld to distribute Caterpillar in Zim independently

15th June 2022 Earthmoving and energy supply organisation Barloworld Equipment UK has issued its subsidiary Barzem Enterprises with a notice to terminate the companies’ Caterpillar distribution agreement, from September 30. Barzem had been a distributor for equipment brand Caterpillar in Zimbabwe to date,... 

Minimizing downtime in mining operations with set to spec equipment

14th June 2022 Machine downtime has a major impact on profit and productivity in any mining operation. It is critical that mining companies have access to reliable heavy equipment and machinery 24/7 to achieve their objectives. Described as a duration the machine cannot work when needed, machine downtime has... 

World Coal Association welcomes new South African members

16th May 2022 Industry body the World Coal Association (WCA) has welcomed two new members to the growing alliance of responsible coal participants. These are Seriti, a major South African mining company that operates seven large-scale thermal coal mines, predominantly supplying State-owned utility Eskom power... 

The future of mining in South Africa

12th May 2022 Mining can’t continue as it has: that’s the core of this year’s Mining Indaba with a theme that centres on greening a historically harmful industry. With carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere at their highest levels ever, Barloworld Equipment is well aware of the monumental changes needed to... 
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Cable theft disrupts coal deliveries by rail to Majuba power station

Cable theft has critically constrained the delivery of coal by rail to the Majuba power station, as the portion of the rail network owned by State-owned power utility Eskom that feeds directly into Majuba has been severely damaged by the theft of overhead cables and critical overhead track... 

Good-to-do R2.5bn Mogale Gold project an all-round win-win – Pan African

If Pan African Resources is able to work with all stakeholders to get the long-life, high-margin, safe and sustainable R2.5-billion Mogale Gold surface tailings project going, it will be to the benefit of its business, local communities and the entire Mogale area. “It’s the sort of project that's... 
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