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SolGold announces PEA results for Alpala

By: Mariaan Webb     20th May 2019 LSE- and TSX-listed SolGold on Monday published the results of a preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for the Alpala copper/gold/silver deposit at the Cascabel project, in northern Ecuador. The study estimated a “low” start-up capital expenditure of $2.4-billion to $2.8-billion and a “high” net... 

A$1bn Olive Downs coking coal mine cleared for development

By: Esmarie Iannucci     14th May 2019 The Queensland government has approved the proposed A$1-billion Olive Downs metallurgical coal mine being developed by Pembroke Resources. The Stage 1 project is expected to require a capital spend of A$450-million and will produce 4.5-million tonnes a year of steelmaking coal, which will be... 

Raubex uncertain about South African construction industry’s future

By: Simone Liedtke     13th May 2019 Infrastructure development and construction materials group Raubex’s 2019 financial year was characterised by a lack of work, coupled with violent community unrest that affected several of its sites, CEO Rudolf Fourie said on Monday. The adverse conditions resulted in Raubex having to rightsize a... 

EPA approves Talison’s A$516m Greenbushes lithium expansion

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th May 2019 The Western Australian Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) this week approved the expansion of the Greenbushes lithium mine, some 250 km from Perth. The A$516-million expansion, which was green-lit by owner Talison Lithium last year, would entail the construction of a new lithium... 

Oh Alex

By: Terry Mackenzie-hoy     10th May 2019 After townships grew all over the areas around Johannesburg from 1950 (and earlier), they remained unelectrified. The authorities who could electrify them (Municipalities and State-owned power utility Eskom) were reluctant to electrify them because, they said, the residents would not pay for the... 

AngloGold embarking on process to dispose of South African assets  

By: Martin Creamer     9th May 2019 Iconic South African gold-mining company AngloGold Ashanti said on Thursday that it was embarking on a process to review divestment options for its remaining South African assets. The company, headed by CEO Kelvin Dushnisky, said the process would consider all ownership options, with a view to... 

New Gold restarts Rainy River

By: Creamer Media Reporter      6th May 2019 Intermediate gold miner New Gold has restarted milling operations at its Rainy River operation after a temporary shutdown to tackle excess water in the tailings management area (TMA). The mill was shut down on April 24 and was rest started late in the afternoon on Friday. 

As Canada's Lucara Diamond seeks new mines, tech fuels growth

By: Reuters     2nd May 2019 Lucara Diamond Corp, which has recovered two of the largest diamonds in recent history, is turning to technology to ensure growth in an industry where new mine acquisitions remain elusive. For the Vancouver-based junior miner, that means using advanced technology like sorting based on atomic... 

New Gold shuts Rainy River mill to manage water buildup

By: Mariaan Webb     2nd May 2019 Intermediate gold producer New Gold has shut down the mill at its Rainy River mine to manage excess water that has built up as a result of a rapid spring melt and large snow pack in northern Ontario, but the temporary shutdown is not expected to impact on its production guidance. The mill was... 

CoreCivils helps Estate Construction bridge the divide

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th April 2019 A new bridge over the Limpopo River at Platjan border post will enable the faster movement of people and goods between South Africa and Botswana. It supports the establishment of another commercial border at Platjan border post to alleviate vehicle congestion, comprising mainly trucks, at the... 

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