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Drilling, tunnelling and shaftsinking

Multitasking drillrigs launched in SA Restricted

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Atlas Copco, of Johannesburg, has launched a new multitasking crawler drillrig, known as the ROC D7, with the supply of the product to a large diamond-mining firm in South Africa.
26th April 2002
 
 
Drilling, tunnelling and shaftsinking

New drill produces reliable performances Restricted

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US company Reedrill has delivered a MK35HE-PS Mine King jumbo electro-hydraulic drill to the Manitoba division of Inco.
26th April 2002
 
 
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New hydraulic drills for contract blaster Restricted

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Contract company Mabunda Blasting, of Tzaneen, in the Limpopo Province, purchased several Ingersoll-Rand hydraulic drills from Consolidated Rock Machinery, (CRM), the appointed distributors of the Ingersoll-Rand range of construction and mining...
26th April 2002
 
 
Drilling, tunnelling and shaftsinking

Rod at core of exploration drilling success Restricted

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Exploration drilling costs have always borne close scrutiny and now, in the face of a globally depressed market, that is more true than ever.
26th April 2002
 
 
Drilling, tunnelling and shaftsinking

SA contractor's new excavation technologies in global demand Restricted

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International mining contracting company RUC Holdings, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Murray & Roberts group, has placed great emphasis on developing cost-effective and appropriate alternatives to conventional mining methods which are time...
26th April 2002
 
 
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A Harmony in waiting, says new black partner Restricted

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The creation of a “Harmony” out of Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) is possible, says Khumo Bathong chairperson Dr Paseka Ncholo, whose company is DRD’s new black empowerment partner.
19th April 2002
 
 
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Capex set to double Restricted

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The capital expenditure (capex) programme of the JSE Securities Exchange-listed Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) is expected to more than double to R280-million for the next financial year as the higher rand gold price renders viable the mining of new...
19th April 2002
 
 
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Cash cost heading for all-time low Restricted

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The JSE Securities Exchange-listed Durban Roodepoort Deep (DRD) is regarded by some as the most undervalued gold company in the world.
19th April 2002
 
 
 
 
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