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Mintails commits to limiting impact of mining activities on communities Restricted

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ASX-listed Mintails has committed to further limiting the impact of its mining activities on local communities, while a task team has been established to determine the cause of damage to houses near the West Rand-based mine. Mintails said over...
13th January 2014
 
 
MINE PROTESTS

Mintails supports DMR probe, calls for independent assessor Restricted

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ASX-listed Mintails this week committed to “making good” on any housing damages emerging from its mining activities on the West Rand, but said an independent assessor would need to determine the actual cause of the surrounding communities’...
10th January 2014
 
 
INDUSTRY LEADERS

PDAC announces six industry leaders in 2014 awards Restricted

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The Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) on Thursday announced the names of six industry leaders that would receive the 2014 PDAC awards during the association’s yearly convention in Toronto, slated for March 2 to 5. The...
9th January 2014
 
 
PEOPLE

Canadian resources, mining sector optimistic despite less business – Hays Restricted

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Skills shortages remain top of mind for Canadian resources and mining sector employers, after 75% of companies polled in a recent international recruitment agency Hays Canada survey described the shortage as “moderate” to “significant”....
6th January 2014
 
 
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

MAC members contribute positively to host communities Restricted

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The Mining Association of Canada (MAC) on Friday said its ninth annual ‘Towards Sustainable Mining’ (TSM) progress report had found a steady improvement in its member companies’ efforts to contribute positively to the communities where they...
20th December 2013
 
 
SAFETY REVIEW

In the wake of 2011 Vale deaths, Ontario launches full mine safety review Restricted

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The Ontario provincial government of Wednesday launched a comprehensive mining safety review to improve the health and well-being of workers in the sector, heeding calls for reform after two miners died at Brazilian diversified mining group...
19th December 2013
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

One year coal rights moratorium placed on BC cultural heartland Restricted

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The British Columbia provincial government and the First Nation Tahltan Central Council (TCC) on Monday announced in a joint statement an agreement pausing the granting of new coal mining rights in the Tahltan Klappan area for a year. Called the...
17th December 2013
 
 
CORPORATE SOCIAL INVESTMENT

Anglo Thermal Coal, municipality join forces in R26m Sasolburg sports centre Restricted

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The R26-million Harry Gwala multipurpose sports centre was constructed to provide community members in Sasolburg with suitable sports facilities
Mining major Anglo American’s New Vaal colliery, located south of Vereeniging, in the Free State, has partnered with Ward 21 of the Metsimaholo local municipality to build the R26-million Harry Gwala multipurpose sports centre, in Sasolburg.
13th December 2013
 
 
 
 
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