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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

 

Kibo says near-term gold production possible from Imweru, mulls sale

A full internal review of historic exploration data from mineral asset explorer and developer Kibo Mining’s flagship Imweru project, in Tanzania, has confirmed the potential viability of early gold production. The review had demonstrated that...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Petmin likely to maintain FY headline earnings despite impairments

JSE-listed diversified miner Petmin said on Monday that, following a strong operational performance at the Somkhele coal mine – with revenue in excess of R1-billion for the first time and anthracite production exceeding one-million tons – it...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Q4 recovery unable to salvage DRDGold’s Ergo-dented FY showing

Despite a welcome but somewhat unforeseen production recovery by DRDGold in the fourth quarter of its 2014 financial year, the tailings retreatment specialist was unable to fully recover from the effect of the April shutdown of its Ergo processing...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Tawana appoints companies to conduct Mofe Creek PFS

Iron-ore developer Tawana Resources has appointed mining and minerals design and development groups Tenova Mining and Minerals and Engenium to manage and coordinate the major design and logistics components of a prefeasibility study (PFS) for its...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Ballard appoints new CEO

Fuel cell products provider Ballard Power Systems has appointed Randall MacEwen as president and CEO, effective October 6, replacing John Sheridan, who is retiring after serving as the company’s president and CEO since 2006. Sheridan would...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Tsodilo defines 441Mt resource estimate at Botswana iron-ore play

Toronto-listed Tsodilo Resources has defined a large inferred mineral resource estimate of 441-million tons with an average grade of 29.4% iron in Block 1 of its flagship Xaudum iron project, in north-west Botswana. The company believed this...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Richland restructures Tanzanite Foundation in cost savings bid

Amid an ongoing review of group operations, Richland Resources announced on Monday that subsidiary, the Tanzanite Foundation, which is responsible for tanzanite marketing and promotion, sightholder engagement and community and social relations...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 2nd September 2014
 

Numsa members embark on protected strike at Rand Refinery

Rand Refinery has confirmed to Mining Weekly Online that members of the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa), who represent about 35% of the total workforce, have embarked on a protected strike at the company’s Germiston-based...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 1st September 2014
 

Amplats resumes UG2 supply to ferrochrome producer

Pursuant to its supply agreement with Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), International Ferro Metals (IFM) said on Monday that it had received 20 000 t of upper group two (UG2) chrome concentrate supply in August, ahead of its previous expectations...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 1st September 2014
 

Bushveld Minerals ups resource at vanadium play by 130%

A recent mineral resource estimate on mineralisation identified in the hanging wall of Bushveld Minerals’ Main Magnetite Layer (MML) vanadium project, in Limpopo, has added 68.7-million tons of inferred mineral resources at a cut-off of 25%...
By: Natalie Greve
Published on 1st September 2014
 

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