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WOMEN IN MINING

Women lift presence in SA mining as global demographic deficit looms Restricted

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Women remain underrepresented in South Africa’s mining industry, although this is changing as the female contingent continues to grow, Laurion Mineral Exploration president Cynthia Le Sueur-Aquin told audience members at the Toronto’s Women in...
24th June 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Seabridge Gold agrees to fund environment-monitoring programmes Restricted

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British Columbia-focused project developer Seabridge Gold on Monday reported that it had inked another benefits agreement with an Aboriginal community surrounding the $5.3-billion KSM copper/gold project, located in north-west of the province. The...
23rd June 2014
 
 
PROJECT PERMITTING

Fortune Minerals collects final land-use permit and water licence approval Restricted

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Canadian developer Fortune Minerals' Nico gold/cobalt/bismuth/copper mine and concentrator in the Northwest Territories is now shovel-ready after the company on Friday announced that it had received the final land use permit and Type A water...
20th June 2014
 
 
URANIUM

EPA withdraws aquiver exemption on part of UEC’s Texas project Restricted

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US uranium mine developer Uranium Energy Corp (UEC) on Thursday said the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) had revoked the aquiver exemption (AE) for part of its Goliad in-situ recovery (ISR) project, in southern Texas. Corpus Christi,...
20th June 2014
 
 
Sustainability in Mining

More holistic model needed if sustainability is to be hard-wired into mining Restricted

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Mining operations, often located in sparsely populated and remote areas, are a source of livelihood and wellbeing for millions of people. The sustainability of the positive impacts that stem from mining projects is, therefore, paramount.
20th June 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Horizonte Minerals steps toward derisking Araguaia project, Brazil Restricted

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Aim- and TSX-listed Horizonte Minerals on Thursday reported that it had filed the social environmental-impact assessment (SEIA) with the Pará State Environmental Agency (SEMA), in Brazil, for its flagship Araguaia nickel project, billing the move...
19th June 2014
 
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY

Quebec Mining Association, members commit to greater CSR accountability Restricted

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TORONTO (miningweekly.com) – The Quebec Mining Association (QMA) on Wednesday said its members would adopt the ‘Towards Sustainable Mining’ (TSM) initiative, a programme designed to improve environmental and social practices in the Canadian...
18th June 2014
 
 
HOUSING

Households in informal dwellings remain at 14% Restricted

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The number of households living in informal dwellings remained stubbornly high with nearly 14% of South Africa’s 15-million households living in such lodgings. The North West recorded the highest percentage at 22.1%, Statistics South Africa’s...
18th June 2014
 
 
 
 
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