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Our core purpose is to consistently meet or exceed the reasonable expectations of our major stakeholders (which specifically include our employees, customers, suppliers, shareholders and the communities that surround us). We do this by creating value through the manufacture of high-value aluminium semi-fabricated products. In doing so, we contribute to the upliftment of the standard of living in the region. We achieve this by stimulating business activities associated with adding value to the large quantities of primary aluminium produced in the region and through pursuing related business opportunities within which we can further apply our capabilities.

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Russia may change tax for steel raw materials, fertilisers, Nornickel

By: Reuters     16th September 2021 Russia may set a new mineral extraction tax (MET) linked to global prices for the country's producers of iron ore, coking coal and fertilisers, as well as complex ore mined by Nornickel, four sources at companies familiar with talks told Reuters. Moscow has been searching for additional proceeds... 

China calls for better reporting of mineral reserves for energy security

By: Reuters     15th September 2021 China has asked local governments and major oil companies to conduct a thorough survey of their mineral reserves as it seeks to provide more "dynamic" updates on the country's mineral wealth for the sake of its energy and economic security. The Ministry of Natural Resources urged provinces,... 

Saudi Arabia ‘very much open for business’, official tells mining event

By: Creamer Media Reporter      15th September 2021 Saudi Arabia is “very much” open for business, Vice-Minister of Mining Affairs Khalid Al-Mudaifer told the MINExpo International this week, outlining opportunities for investors, explorers, miners and service providers. Saudi has singled out mining to become the third pillar of the country’s... 

Pecanwood College Hartebeespoort: Paragon Architects completes major upgrade and extension

15th September 2021 The recently completed Pecanwood College project at Hartebeespoort in the North West Province has allowed the school capacity to expand by an additional 350 scholars. Pecanwood College is a brand of ADvTECH, Africa’s leading private education provider. The upgrading of existing facilities and... 

Outlook for metals improves – Moody’s

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     13th September 2021 Credit rating business Moody's Investors Service’s outlook for the global metals and mining industry changed to stable from positive with high prices expected to fade out throughout 2022. In a new report covering iron-ore, steel, coal, aluminium, gold, silver, nickel, copper and zinc, Moody's... 

Miners push Australian shares higher as aluminium prices surge

By: Reuters     10th September 2021 Australian shares rose on Friday, helped by mining stocks after aluminium prices hit multi-year highs, with investors also cheering exiting of Covid-19 lockdowns in most regions in the state of Victoria. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.71% to 7,422.1 by 0020 GMT. 

Mines’ transition pushes industry to adapt

By: Nadine Ramdass     10th September 2021 The South African mining industry’s expansion and adapting in line with global demands requires the pumps industry to expand accordingly by offering various and robust pumping solutions for versatile applications, says pumps distributor Vansan SA’s marketing coordinator Riëtte Kotzé. Pumps are... 

Guinea mining exploration firms seek to reassure investors after coup

By: Reuters     7th September 2021 Australian-listed bauxite and gold exploration firms Lindian Resources and Polymetals Resources said on Tuesday that their activities in Guinea were unaffected by a coup. The overthrow of President Alpha Conde triggered concerns about supplies of bauxite, or aluminium ore, from Guinea, the... 

Guinea bauxite prices rise on political turmoil

By: Reuters     6th September 2021 Prices for aluminium ore bauxite from Guinea hit their highest in almost 18 months in top metals consumer China on Monday, as buyers fretted about supply after a coup in the West African country. Guinea is the world's second-biggest producer of the raw material, which is refined into alumina, a... 

AngloGold Ashanti's Siguiri mine in Guinea operating normally

By: Reuters     6th September 2021 AngloGold Ashanti said its Siguiri gold mine in Guinea was operating normally after the apparent ouster of Guinea's long-serving President Alpha Conde on Sunday. "We're monitoring the situation and are in close contact with the leadership of our mine in Guinea, which is operating normally," the... 

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