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Where Africans were making gold artefacts hundreds of years ago Restricted

It is interesting to note that Africans were creating precious-metal artifacts hundreds of years ago.
16th May 2003

Canadian miner announces Ghana drill results Restricted

Canadian mining company PMI Ventures has announced results of the first of eight to ten diamond drill holes (1 050 m in total), that comprise the first phase of the 2003 drill programme.
9th May 2003

Ore chutes tailor-made for Modikwa Restricted

Modikwa Platinum Mine in the Limpopo Province, a joint venture between Anglo Platinum and the black economic empowerment company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), selected locally manufactured Weba Chute systems for all transfer points, Mining...
9th May 2003

Canadian miner exercises option on Wits property Restricted

Canada’s Great Basin Gold has announced that it will proceed to exercise the first of two option tranches under its Burnstone Property acquisition.
6th May 2003

Cash-flow woes threaten empowerment tin hopeful Restricted

Cash-flow problems experienced by black-controlled resources company Phamine Mining Holdings have resulted in the company’s Leeuwpoort smelter standing idle, CEO Johan de Witt informs Mining Weekly.
2nd May 2003

Leviev likely to take bulk of Namco assets Restricted

LL Mining Corporation has emerged as the preferred negotiator for the bulk of the liquidated assets of Namibian Minerals Corporation (Namco).
2nd May 2003

Company takes on second crawler drill Restricted

Mining contractor MCC Mining has taken delivery of its second Ingersoll-Rand (IR) pneumatic crawler drill from CRM.
25th April 2003

Hydropower drilling system developed for pneumatic mines Restricted

Although hydropower is still not common on South African mines, a Johannesburg company is moving to provide hydropower drilling applications to mines around the country.
25th April 2003
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