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11th September 2014
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Welcome to Creamer Media’s Resources Watch, a weekly video round-up of the events and people making and shaping the news in the mining industry.

This week:
Mining law expert Hulme Scholes  says South Africa’s legal framework is replete with problems.
WorleyParsons consolidates its EPCM offering iatits new head quarters.
And, Amplats is in the final planning stages for its new Amandelbult chrome plant.

Mining law expert Hulme Scholes says the legal framework for the South African mining industry is replete with problems.

Mining law expert Hulme Scholes

Establishing it as one of the largest engineering contractors in the country, engineering, procurement, construction and management
group WorleyParsons has moved into its new, purpose-built South African headquarters in Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, consolidating its local project delivery capabilities under one roof.

WorleyParsons CEO Digby Glover

Platinum miner Anglo American Platinum is in the final stages of getting a project under way to establish a new 600 000 ton a year chrome retreatment plant at its Amandelbult mine, in Limpopo.

Anglo American precious and base metals Africa marketing head Jill Wolfe

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