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ECONOMIC OUTLOOK

Mining’s revival making slow and steady progress – PwC Restricted

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Despite the economic supercycle having reached its bottom, the mining sector will continue to feel pressure from the difficulties experienced over 2013, PwC mining practice partner James Lusby recently told an audience at the Canada-South Africa...
3rd July 2014
 
 
RING OF FIRE

KWG Resources AGM adjourned to consider special resolutions Restricted

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Ring of Fire- (RoF-) focused project developer KWG Resources’ annual general meeting was adjourned on Monday to the end of July, when shareholders would vote on adopting sensitive special resolutions. KWG said the meeting was adjourned to July...
2nd July 2014
 
 
MINING REHABILITATION

WA mining firms now obliged to contribute to rehab fund Restricted

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The Western Australian government’s mining rehabilitation fund (MRF) has become compulsory for all miners operating in the state, with the Department of Mines and Petroleum (DMP) imposing a fine on companies that did not contribute to the MRF....
1st July 2014
 
 
MATERIALS HANDLING

Falling Great Lakes water levels threaten N American economies Restricted

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The Council of the Great Lakes this week released a report titled 'Low Water Blues' conducted by the Mowat Centre for Public Policy at the University of Toronto on the economic impact of declining water levels in the Great Lakes and St Lawrence...
27th June 2014
 
 
SODA ASH

US soda ash producers aim to capture more market share with cleaner footprint Restricted

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Searles Valley Minerals, California. The US soda ash industry is an export success story, with the export market being critical for growing the industry in the face of a stagnant domestic market. Soda ash, or sodium carbonate, which was first used by the Egyptians to make glass...
26th June 2014
 
 
ACID MINE DRAINAGE

Central Basin AMD plant at full capacity, CRG hopes to reaccess mining areas Restricted

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Following a commissioning phase that dealt with some “typical teething issues”, the Central Basin acid mine drainage (AMD) high-density sludge (HDS) plant was now operating at its full 72-million-litre-a-day nameplate dewatering capacity, gold...
26th June 2014
 
 
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
 
 
 
 
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