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Natalie Greve

Natalie Greve is a Senior Online Writer for Engineering News and Mining Weekly.

Tel: +2711 622 3744

Email: newsdesk@engineeringnews.co.za

 

DTI to develop plan to advance SA’s beneficiation ambitions

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – After indicating for several years its intention to develop a local minerals beneficiation industry, government has announced that it will, this year, develop a Minerals Beneficiation Action Plan as a component...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 1st August 2014
 

Murray & Roberts awarded mammoth R2.6bn Venetia mine contract

JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) - In what could be the single-largest contract awarded to construction major Murray & Roberts (M&R) since the Eskom power build programme, M&R subsidiary M&R Cementation has secured a R2.6-billion contract to...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 1st August 2014
 

Exxaro to write down RoC asset for R5.8bn

Diversified mining giant Exxaro said on Wednesday that the pre-tax impairment of the company’s investment in the Mayoko iron-ore project, in the Republic of Congo (RoC), had been concluded, with the impairment loss amounting to R5.8-billion....
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 30th July 2014
 

Zimplats posts ‘satisfactory’ Q2 performance

In a quarterly performance described by the company as “satisfactory”, platinum miner Zimplats increased its ore mined for the three months ended June 30 by 10% to 1.54-million tons, owing mainly to production ramp-up at the Mupfuti mine and...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 30th July 2014
 

North River’s Namib mine gets enviro nod

North River Resources has been granted environmental clearance by the Namibia Ministry of Environment and Tourism for the environmental assessment and management plan for the proposed recommissioning of its Namib lead/zinc mine. This came after...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 30th July 2014
 

Lonmin inks landmark BEE deals with traditional community

Platinum major Lonmin has entered into binding agreements with the Bapo ba Mogale traditional community in relation to a series of transactions that will enable Lonmin subsidiaries to meet the required black economic-empowerment (BEE) targets....
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 30th July 2014
 

Ortac awaits results from Yacob Dewar trenching programme

Aim-listed exploration and development company Ortac Resources’ exploration partner, Andiamo Exploration, has completed a surface trenching programme at the Yacob Dewar deposit in Eritrea. The trenching programme was carried out along the entire...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 30th July 2014
 

‘Exciting’ new targets defined at Mofe Creek play

Ongoing fieldwork and the recent opening of drill access tracks and drill pads have defined “exciting” new exploration targets for the current drill programme at ASX-listed Tawana Resources’ Mofe Creek Iron Project, in Liberia. All...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 29th July 2014
 

Gem Diamonds lifts Letšeng FY guidance after ‘exceptional’ H1 performance

London-listed Gem Diamonds has upped the full-year production guidance for its 70%-owned flagship Letšeng mine, in Lesotho, from between 90 000 ct and 95 000 ct to between 95 000 ct and 100 000 ct, saying on Tuesday that the mine had delivered an...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 29th July 2014
 

Kefi Minerals reflects on the ‘most productive quarter’ since inception

Reflecting on what MD Jeff Rayner describes as “the most productive quarter in the history of the company”, Aim-listed Kefi Minerals reported on Monday that it continues to advance its gold projects in Ethiopia and Saudi Arabia, raising over...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 28th July 2014
 

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