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Company Announcement

B&E International Successfully Completes Epcm Contract For 200 Tph PDF Available

B&E International, a partner of choice for the mining and construction industries with its integrated crushing, mining and mineral processing solutions, has successfully completed an EPCM contract for the design, manufacture and installation of an...
5th September 2014
 
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5th September 2014
 
Corporate Profile

Veyance Technologies

Veyance Technologies is a global leader in rubber-compound technology and manufactures a superior range of conveyor belts, industrial hose and power transmission products for the industrial and mining industries.
29th August 2014
 
ENVIRONMENT

Green Scorpions to embark on sand mining blitz

Environmental management inspectors, also known as the Green Scorpions, from the Department of Environmental Affairs (DEA) and various provincial environmental departments would embark on a sand-mining blitz across the country, with the goal of...
19th August 2014
 
Diversified Miners

Cone crusher enhances operations at Eastern Cape quarry

HIGH-QUALITY MATERIAL 
The Pilot Modular Trio MC90 and two Pilot Modular conveyors are currently operating at the Ugie Mac quarry site
Crushing and screening company Pilot Crushtec International’s Pilot Modular/Trio MC90 cone crusher has improved crushing efficiency levels and saved costs at the Ugie Mac sand, gravel and stone quarry, in the Eastern Cape, says Pilot Crushtec...
4th July 2014
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

25 000 ex-mineworkers come forward to claim unpaid benefits Video Available

Teba CEO Graham Herbert (right) and Martin Creamer More than 25 000 former mineworkers have come forward so far to claim unpaid provident fund and service-award claims following the setting up of a call centre in Johannesburg to encourage them to come forward to collect an estimated R5-billion in...
30th May 2014
 
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23rd May 2014
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

First 4 000 calls come in for R5bn owed to 200 000 ex-mineworkers Video Available

Teba Limited's Thabo Gumbi A call centre established in Johannesburg has received 4 000 calls in the last four weeks from former mineworkers wanting to collect their share of R5-billion in unpaid provident fund, occupational disease and service-award claims. Teba Limited...
14th May 2014
 
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Bigen Africa project wins second Govan Mbeki Award PDF Available

Bigen Africa project wins second Govan Mbeki Award Bigen Africa, a leading infrastructure development company with a strong presence in southern Africa and a growing African footprint, is responsible for the design and site supervision of a...
9th May 2014
 
PORTS INFRASTRUCTURE

TNPA offers glimpse into growth trajectory of SA’s coastal ports

The face of South Africa’s coastal ports is expected to change materially over the coming 30 years, with the ports authority’s long-term plans containing not only the anticipated expansion of commodity and container terminals, but also a...
8th May 2014
 
Legislative Environment

An end to platinum miner’s single-sex hostels imminent

END OF AN ERA The end of single-sex hostels at Lonmin's mines signifies an end to the unfortunate aspect of South African mining's legacy Platinum group metals producer Lonmin aims to finish converting its remaining 20 single-sex hostel blocks by the end of September, group business transformation executive VP Barnard Mokwena tells Mining Weekly. “It is a very symbolic project for...
28th March 2014
 
Company Announcement

Transnet Port Terminals Investment In Equipment Brings Economic Benefit To Local Companies PDF Available

In purchasing four ship-to-shore cranes and 18 rubber-tyred gantry cranes from Liebherr Africa that arrived today in the amount of R744 million, Transnet Port Terminals has stimulated local economic activity. Four of the 18 RTGs and two cranes are...
27th March 2014
 
 
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