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March/April 2015
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Tony Stone
THIS YEAR’S Africa Mining Indaba was an interesting affair, to say the least. Investors, miners and politicians from Africa and around the world raised issues, expressed frustrations and provided insight, which it seems some African states have taken... Read more
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African updates on the ground and underground


 

WorleyParsons Solid track record
This is one of the international project delivery group's global centres of excellence for mine design,mine development,mining, minerals processing and mine closure&has built a solid track record...


Raising Capital
Last year was not a good year for the mining industry, or for raising capital. Coming out of 2014 battered and bruised, but not beaten, the industry has its eye on recovery. BY QUINTIN HOBBS...


Commodities - Are current low prices justified?
Gossip! Rumour! Eavesdropping! Was Shakespeare right? Yes, as far as his play goes. However, the question is, can we draw a parallel and say the same about the current commodity price panic...


Energy - Solving the energy crisis
South Africa’s reality is that Eskom’s electricity supply to the mining industry has been seriously compromised. What we need to do now is optimise, as much as possible,our electricity consumption...

 
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Mining Today - Issues, frustrations and insight
As a kick-off to the Mining Indaba, the Canadian Breakfast, for the 4th year running, was well attended. Mining industry panelists, from South Africa & Africa shared.


Does policy affect investment?
A common thread permeating the 2015 Mining Indaba presentations was that mining is a long-term investment that requires consistency of legislation in the host country.


Mining calls for growth initiatives
The Chamber of Mines of South Africa, representing its member companies, noted various pronouncements by President Jacob Zuma in his 2015 State of the Nation Address.


Bakubang: 'People of the Hippo’
Wesizwe’s Bakubung platinum mine, a stone’s throw away from Sun City in the North West, is an award-winning mine, and an exemplary model for other mine start-ups.


The Phoenix rises
The Phoenix Platinum Project is yet another example of the creative thinking of South Africa’s chemical engineers – riches from waste!


The new world of underground mapping
A new 3D point cloud data mobile platform makes mine planning, shaft inspection, geotechnical control and ventilation monitoring simpler, easier and more accurate.


Open-Pit Mining Productivity and cost-efficiencies
In projects that involve earthmoving operations, project managers are under pressure to improve productivity, efficiency and safety.



Africa
Roundup Mining news from the continent


Industry
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