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REVENUE SHARING

BC First Nations to profit from Imperial Metals’ Huckleberry expansion Restricted

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New revenue-sharing agreements will enable four First Nations in the Bulkley-Nechako area of British Columbia to benefit from the expansion of TSX-listed Imperial Metals’ Huckleberry copper mine. Economic and community development agreements...
21st May 2014
 
 
Corporate Social Responsibility

Diamond mining may threaten Namibia’s coastline Restricted

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Namibia has placed a moratorium on mining the seabed for phosphates The Benguela Current Commision (BCC), a multisectoral intergovernmental initiative of Angola, Namibia and South Africa, could play a role in coordinating studies that monitor the impact of mining on the marine environment. The BCC is responsible...
16th May 2014
 
 
DIVERSIFIED MINERS

Glasenberg throws Glencore’s weight behind global mining council Restricted

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London-, Hong Kong- and now also Johannesburg-listed diversified miner GlencoreXstrata has thrown its weight behind the impressive International Council of Mining and Metals (ICMM), a body that strives to be an agent for positive change and...
15th May 2014
 
 
BRITISH COLUMBIA MINING

Despite lifting output, BC mining industry revenues, earnings dip Restricted

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Regardless of lifting the province’s total mining output in 2013, British Columbia’s mining industry continued to deal with significant headwinds in the year, resulting in sliding revenues and earnings when compared with the record year of...
14th May 2014
 
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

First 4 000 calls come in for R5bn owed to 200 000 ex-mineworkers Video Available Restricted

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Teba Limited's Thabo Gumbi A call centre established in Johannesburg has received 4 000 calls in the last four weeks from former mineworkers wanting to collect their share of R5-billion in unpaid provident fund, occupational disease and service-award claims. Teba Limited...
14th May 2014
 
 
CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

Syncrude Canada and Iamgold recognised for sustainable mining Restricted

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Canadian resource firms Syncrude Canada and Iamgold were on Monday recognised with the inaugural Towards Sustainable Mining (TSM) Awards at the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) awards gala, in Vancouver. Iamgold was...
13th May 2014
 
 
GOLD

Continental Gold formalises small-scale mining contracts at Colombian flagship Restricted

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Colombia-focused Continental Gold on Monday reported that it had signed formalisation subcontracts with five of seven small-scale mining associations, paving the way for implementing legal and responsible small-scale mining operations at the...
12th May 2014
 
 
Corporate Social Responsibility

Careful water management is required at openpit mines, says consultancy Restricted

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Independent consulting engineers and scientists, SRK Consulting SA has completed numerous surface water studies for feasibility studies for openpit in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s (DRC’s) and tropical areas to the North of the DRC.  One...
9th May 2014
 
 
 
 
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