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Second-phase UG2 progress at advanced stage of planning Restricted

The metallurgical challenge of South Africa’s second-largest platinum company has for the past 34 years been somewhat greater than that of most of its peers – and remains so.
27th June 2003

Pump maker enters mining sector Restricted

Manufacturer Salmson Pumps has moved into the mining equipment sector, following below-ground trials involving water pressure-boosting at deep-level work faces.
20th June 2003

Mintek installs cyanide system at Peru mine Restricted

South Africa's national minerals technology organisation, Mintek, has installed a Cynoprobe online cyanide-measurement system at a gold mine in Peru, the company said this week.
19th June 2003

Atlas Copco acquires drilling equipment firms Restricted

Industrial group Atlas Copco South Africa said on Friday that it has signed an agreement to acquire two companies, specialising in the manufacture and distribution of exploration drilling equipment.
16th June 2003

Launch of metals-recovery empowerment project Restricted

A consortium, comprising Mindev, a wholly-owned subsidiary of State-owned minerals researcher Mintek, Atoll, a joint venture between Mintek and Bateman Titaco, private company PGR Investments 17, and Sebeso, a black-empowered joint-venture between...
13th June 2003

Mine wage talks to resume next week Restricted

The Chamber of Mines and the National Union of Mineworkers (NUM) yesterday said that they had concluded their second round of negotiations and have agreed to meet again on June 17 and 18.
13th June 2003

SA-developed furnace finds global favour Restricted

MINERALS processing and beneficiation science council Mintek has already earned some $800 000 from sales of its unique MinFurn carbon regeneration furnaces.
13th June 2003

Way being opened for underground cellphone services Restricted

The country’s second-largest cellular network provider, MTN, is preparing for the next generation of underground communication systems and together with African Explosives Limited (AEL), one of the largest suppliers of blasting accessories...
13th June 2003
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