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Much Asphalt

Much Asphalt is southern Africa’s largest commercial manufacturer of a wide range of hot and cold asphalt products, backed by proven quality control processes. Established in 1965, the company operates 17 asphalt mixing plants across South Africa and mobile plants for remote projects. Customers include all levels of government, state owned enterprises such as SANRAL and ACSA, private companies and the public.

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New numbers impart shine to BCI’s Mardie SoP and salt project

By: Esmarie Iannucci     17th May 2019 An optimisation of the prefeasibility study (PFS) for the Mardie salt and potash project, in Western Australia, has improved the project economics, with a definitive feasibility study (DFS) now targeted for late 2019. ASX-listed BCI Minerals on Friday reported that the optimised PFS estimated a... 

Pantoro buys half of Central Norseman gold project

By: Esmarie Iannucci     15th May 2019 ASX-listed Pantoro has inked a multi-million dollar deal to acquire a 50% interest in the Central Norseman gold project (CNGP), in Western Australia. Pantoro will form a joint venture (JV) with Central Norseman Gold Corporation and its subsidiary, and will take over management control of the... 

Work on Bosmansdam road around Century City continuing apace

By: African News Agency      15th May 2019 Work on the busy Bosmansdam road around the Century City precinct is continuing, with the City of Cape Town announcing on Tuesday that it will be contributing a further R20-million towards the rehabilitation of the existing road and extension of the cycle lane towards the N7 freeway. This... 

Edenville restarts activities at Rukwa after securing funding

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     14th May 2019 Aim-listed Edenville Energy has recently received the proceeds of £100 000 from a share placement and expects to receive the net proceeds from a conditional offer to raise a further £410 000 shortly and has, therefore, restarted a number of activities at its Rukwa coal project, in south-west... 

Connecting outlying Sekhukhune District to major urban nodes

By: Creamer Media Reporter      14th May 2019 The Roads Agency Limpopo (RAL) is forging ahead with the construction of a new road that will connect three villages in the mainly rural Sekhukhune District Municipality to two provincial roads, including the D1547 that is administered by the South African National Roads Agency Limited. When... 

Ariana gets ready for 2 000 m drilling

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th May 2019 Aim-listed Ariana Resources is gearing up for a 2 000 m drilling programme at its Salinbas gold project, where it was recently granted a ten-year renewal of its licence. The company has set up a reverse circulation drill rig to soon start the drilling programme, and MD Dr Kerim Sener says it... 

UJ designs mobile lab to aid in water contamination testing

By: Marleny Arnoldi     14th May 2019 The University of Johannesburg (UJ) has created a mobile lab for water testing, amid various sewage spills in South Africa. The Transnet National Ports Authority reported earlier this month that it had prohibited angling and diving activity at the Durban port, owing to a massive sewage spill in... 

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... 

Noront expects ‘lengthy’ enviro permitting phase for ferrochrome plant

By: Mariaan Webb     13th May 2019 Development company Noront Resources has settled on a site for the ferrochrome plant that it plans to build to treat ore from its chromite mines in the emerging Ring of Fire camp, but the junior is expecting “lengthy” environmental assessment phase and says commissioning of the facility is still... 

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... 

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