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July 2014

Tony Stone
Infrastructure in Africa... IT IS OFFICIAL: 2013 was one of the most difficult years ever for the global mining industry, according to PwC’s annual mine report, which analysed 40 of the largest mining companies. Commodity prices, led by gold... Read more
Inside Mining
African updates on the ground and underground


The site psychologist
Charissa Bloomberg talks to Inside Mining about her work at Medupi power station and other mining and industrial sites, where she says the inflexible attitude of management is often a tinderbox for...

Building the future
The newly established Akhani Group, 51% black-female owned and B-BBEE Level 3 rated, is one of the biggest service providers in the South African mining industry...

Bakubung: a model of optimisation
The cutting of the first station or level on the ventilation shaft represents a major milestone in Wesizwe Platinum’s flagship Bakubung mine, says COO Paul Smith...

A fresh approach in Africa
The recent strike action and focus on social investment is proving a boon for companies like Murray & Roberts Infrastructure. Inside Mining speaks exclusively to managing director Eric Wisse...

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The future of mining
The University of the Witwatersrand’s School of Mining Engineering hosted a mining industry forum on 21 and 22 May.

Building a gold mine will cost you dearly
The cost of building a gold mine has increased significantly over the last decade, from $560/oz in 2004 to a staggering $2 300/oz in 2013.

Striking gold at Kibali in DRC
The Democratic Republic of Congo’s Minister of Mines, Martin Kabwelulu, officially opened the Kibali gold mine on behalf of the country’s president, Joseph Kabila Kabange

Dingleton on the move
A province rich in minerals and profitable investment opportunities, the Northern Cape is seeing mining developments gain ground both literally and figuratively.

Mining firms head north
The action in the mining industry is moving north, with the next ore bodies to be exploited located beyond SA’s borders.

New paradigm
A trend in mining is the use of biometrics to control access to earthmoving, blasting and other mining equipment.

Conveying what others cannot
What sets BMG aside in bulk materials handling in the mining sector is the company’s ability to supply all components necessary for conveyor structures.

A crushing success
Weir Minerals Africa (WMA) offers a comprehensive range of equipment for a full crushing circuit, including screening technology.

Roundup Mining news from the continent


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