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Creamer Media Reporter


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This week: Pallinghurst brings in new technology to boost its platinum business. And, Gemfields is doing the ‘De Beers-equivalent’ in emeralds.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 17th April 2014
 

Resources Watch

Water treatment company Miwatek’s optimizes the AMD treatment process. Tin mining is set to return to South Africa after a quarter-century break. And, a ‘unique’ AMD solution is a revenue earner rather than a cost.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 10th April 2014
 

Harmony announces fifth fatal incident for 2014

JSE-listed Harmony Gold has reported that an employee was fatally injured at its Tshepong mine, near Welkom, early on Tuesday morning, after being inundated by ore in a centre raise. The company said investigations into the accident were under...
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 8th April 2014
 

Tin mining revival

Creamer Media's Shannon de Ryhove speaks to Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer about the revival of tin mining in South Africa's Bushveld Complex.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 3rd April 2014
 

Resources Watch

South Africa’s TB epidemic is one of the worst globally. Beacon Hill says Tete is its most favourable sub-Saharan Africa coal destination. And, the mining industry requires formal skills recognition.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 3rd April 2014
 

Boosting junior coal exports

Creamer Media's Shannon de Ryhove speaks to Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer about Richards Bay Coal Terminal's aim to boost its junior coal exports.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 27th March 2014
 

Resources Watch

Amplats’ has $100-million in firepower for platinum metals development; AMD pumps are installed at the Witwatersrand Central Basin; and, multicommodity projects are being rolled out on Bushveld’s rich northern limb.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 27th March 2014
 

Does rock engineering’s demise spell the end of South African mining?

By TR Stacey In the last decade, South Africa has tumbled from being a world-class rock engineering research powerhouse to hosting only a few individual researchers in several organisations. Hundreds of researchers have ‘evaporated’, surely a...
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 21st March 2014
 

Resources Watch

Wits says research on South Africa’s ‘future mine’ needs to begin now. Eskom is in talks with miners in a bid to replenish dry, coarse coal stocks. And, ARM’s Patrice Motsepe admits abandoning potential African projects amid ‘ethical’...
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 20th March 2014
 

$100m Amplat's firepower

Creamer Media's Shannon de Ryhove speaks to Mining Weekly editor Martin Creamer about Anglo American Platinum's $100-million development fund for platinum group metals.
By: Creamer Media Reporter
Published on 19th March 2014
 

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