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Move away from grassroots exploration Restricted

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A new emphasis on grassroots exploration can be seen at Kumba Resources’ business-development unit, which ensures that there is a pipeline of ideas and nursery projects that can help the strategic business units as well as the company...
30th November 2001
 
 
Corporate Profile

Role of the company strategist Restricted

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Mvelaphanda’s executive director of strategy Sivuyile (“Mikki”) Xayiya has had a long association with founder Tokyo Sexwale.
30th November 2001
 
 
Explosives in Mining

Century-old firm still producing Restricted

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International company Ensign-Bickford has been designing, manufacturing and marketing non-electric explosive initiation systems since 1836.
23rd November 2001
 
 
Explosives in Mining

Firm breaks new ground with innovation Restricted

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Manufacturer of explosives, initiating systems and blasting services African Explosives Limited is intensifying its focus on partnering with its customers to release the wealth of Africa with leading mining solutions in an effort to consolidate...
23rd November 2001
 
 
Explosives in Mining

New rock-breaking process developed Restricted

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Present drill and blast methods used in the South African Mining industry rely heavily on the use of conventional explosives.
23rd November 2001
 
 
Explosives in Mining

Non-explosive bouquet from research giant Restricted

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The introduction of higher levels of mechanisation on South African mines will result in increased safety and decreased cost of mining operations, reports CSIR Miningtek programme manager Pat Willis.
23rd November 2001
 
 
Explosives in Mining

Tech partnership continues despite delays Restricted

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Gold giant AngloGold remains encouraged with the interim results of its partnership with blasting technology expert Brandrill to develop a non-explosive penetrating cone fracture (PCF)-based continuous slope mining system for its South African...
23rd November 2001
 
 
Mining in Africa

$500m project on track for 2002 Restricted

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The bankable feasibility study (BFS) into the $500-million Corridor Sands titanium project near Chibuto in the Gaza province of Southern Mozambique is well under way and should be completed by April next year, Mining Weekly can today report.
16th November 2001
 
 
 
 
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