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DIAMONDS

Rockwell Diamonds eyeing consolidation opportunities Video Available Restricted

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Rockwell Diamonds CEO James Campbell Diamond-mining company Rockwell Diamonds, which has made impressive operational and organic growth strides in the last three years, believes it is well positioned to bring single-asset operations into its fold. In the last three years, the...
23rd May 2014
 
 
MINERALS LEGISLATION

Concerns about MPRDA Amendment Bill linger as industry awaits President’s verdict Restricted

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While the South African mining sector waits with baited breath for the President’s verdict on the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (MPRDA) Amendment Bill, approved by the National Assembly in Parliament on March 12, a few...
23rd May 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Wild cat sighting may delay Rosemont permitting Restricted

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The sighting of a wild cat called an ocelot close to the boundaries of Toronto-based Augusta Resources' proposed Rosemont copper project, near Tucson, Arizona, contributed to a federal environment agency saying it might not be able to give the...
22nd May 2014
 
 
ENVIRONMENT

Northern Dynasty files suit against EPA Pebble veto Restricted

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The discord between Canadian mining hopeful Northern Dynasty Minerals, which plans to develop the Pebble polymetallic deposit in Alaska, and the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which had started a seldom-used regulatory process under...
22nd May 2014
 
 
PERMITTING

Alderon gets Ministerial nod for three permits Restricted

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TSX- and NYSE-listed Alderon Iron Ore on Wednesday announced that its flagship Kami iron-ore project, in the Labrador Trough, had received Ministerial approval for three critical permits needed to start construction. Its affiliate, The Kami Mine...
22nd May 2014
 
 
RENEWABLE ENERGY

African Barrick Gold embracing renewables Restricted

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African Barrick Gold (ABG), which has three mines in Tanzania and is expected to mine about eight-million tons of gold-bearing ore this year alone, has been actively exploring renewable energy options for the past eight years, according to GM of...
21st May 2014
 
 
RENEWABLE ENERGY

Africa-focused miners positioned to embrace 100% renewable energy Restricted

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African mining companies find themselves with an unusually strong case for converting to 100% peak penetration of solar or wind energy rather than implementing partial solutions that bring only small financial and environmental benefits, Siemens...
21st May 2014
 
 
GOLD AND PLATINUM

South Africa squandering cobalt endowment – Robinson Video Available Restricted

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Research commentator Dr Robbie Robinson (right) and Martin Creamer South African mines could recover more cobalt if they changed their blasting methods in hard-rock narrow-reef gold and platinum mines, says veteran research commentator Dr RE (Robbie) Robinson. With the world suddenly taking new cognisance of...
16th May 2014
 
 
 
 
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