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Weatherly realises Q2 guidance while advancing Tschudi project

Updating the market on the progress of its Tschudi project, copper asset developer Weatherly International said on Tuesday that “excellent progress” had been made on development of the Namibia-based copper mine, which was now some 57%...
15th July 2014


Tenders for work in the rest of Africa excluding South Africa
11th July 2014
Mining in Africa

Power supply deficit hindering African mining

The deficiency in power generation on the African continent is impacting on the mining industry’s ability to reach its full production potential, thereby impacting on the industry’s ability to boost the continent’s economy, says Dubai-based...
11th July 2014

Study highlights areas of high-grade mineralisation at Mauritania uranium prospect

DELAYED DEVELOPMENT Aura Energy’s development plans have been delayed, owing to the difficulty in accessing capital ASX-listed uranium developer Aura Energy MD Dr Bob Beeson tells Mining Weekly that a recently completed scoping study of its Reguibat uranium project, at the Reguibat Craton, in northern Mauritania, highlighted the presence of several areas of...
11th July 2014
Company Announcement

New Lifting Solution Saves Time And Money At B2 Gold Namibian Project PDF Available

Time is of the essence on any lifting project, but it should never be the driving force at the expense of safety. The ability to find a balance between these two factors, combined with creative problem solving skills, has placed Johnson Crane Hire...
9th July 2014

Forsys Metals Corp starts feasibility study for Namibia flagship

Canadian project developer Forsys Metals on Monday said it had engaged engineering and project management firm Amec to start a feasibility study for its 100% owned and permitted Norasa uranium project, located in Namibia. The Toronto-based firm...
7th July 2014
Company Announcement

Zest Weg Group Drives Comprehensive Product Portfolio At Electra Mining 2014 PDF Available

While some 80% of the people who walk onto the stand have had some form of interaction with an operating entity within the Zest WEG Group, many people do not fully understand the depth of product offering that is available through this...
4th July 2014

North River secures $12m to kickstart Namib mine restart

Site preparation and advanced construction planning for the restart of the Namib lead and zinc mine were set to start immediately after Aim-listed North River Resources this week secured $12-million in equity funding. A week after the mine...
4th July 2014


Tenders for work in the rest of Africa excluding South Africa
4th July 2014
Diversified Miners

Equipment manufacturer targets local mining and quarrying sectors

IN OPERATION The Frontier scalping screen is being used at a coal mine in Mpumalanga The South African branch of Belgium-based mobile track-mounted crushing and screening equipment manufacturer Keestrack Group aims to make inroads into the local quarrying and mining sectors, the company tells Mining Weekly. Having established its...
4th July 2014
Diversified Miners

Quarrying operations increase materials supplier’s revenues

REAPING THE REWARDS The Glen Douglas quarry produced about 1.8-million tons of metallurgical dolomite last year Despite the challenging economic climate currently impacting on the mining and construction sectors, JSE-listed construction materials and industrial minerals supplier Afrimat achieved a year-on-year revenue growth of 42.1% for the company’s...
4th July 2014

Private miner completes acquisition of AngloGold’s Navachab

The Navachab gold mine The acquisition by QKR Corporation of Navachab gold mine, in Namibia, is complete, the private mining company confirmed on Tuesday. QKR president Lloyd Pengilly, a former Johannesburg gold analyst who left JP Morgan to set up QKR, announced the...
1st July 2014
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