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August 2014

Tony Stone
Crossroads... THERE ARE 1 600 mines and quarries in South Africa, employing over 500 000 people directly. Th is emphasises the central role of the mining industry in the South African economy, said Minister of Mines Ngoako Ramatlhodi on the occasi... Read more
Inside Mining
African updates on the ground and underground


Survival of the fittest
Mining in Southern Africa is evolving and key suppliers are working tirelessly to adapt their offerings to meet the demands of an increasingly sophisticated market...

Redbore 100 in Africa
Contract miner Redpath Mining South Africa (RMSA) is introducing the Redbore 100 raise drill at Mopani’s Mindola copper mine in Zambia...

High five for Husab
Swakop Uranium is developing the Husab uranium mine about 76 km by road from Swakopmund in Namibia...

Otjikoto gets uplifted
Johnson Crane Hire has successfully completed a specialised lifting solution at the B2Gold Otjikoto project in Namibia...

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Mining is not blameless
The mining industry is not blameless in its drive to exploit short-term opportunities, argues Randgold Resources chief executive Mark Bristow.

Powering up Kansanshi
The Zest WEG Group has secured a contract to supply containerised gensets for the Kansanshi mine in Zambia.

Superlative Simandou
Rio Tinto’s Simandou will be the largest combined iron ore and infrastructure project ever developed in Africa.

More BANG for your buck
AEL Indonesia has embarked on various projects to optimise drill-and-blast operations for its customers globally, says Carlos Paz.

Creating shockwaves
Selfrag AG of Switzerland has developed a unique technology based on high-voltage pulse power aimed at revolutionising the comminution process within the mining industry.

Deep innovation
Embracing innovation can result in a 10% to 30% increase in productivity on any particular shaft, according to Lister Sinclair from Hatch Goba.

World’s largest slag mill
Loesche’s order from the Taigang Group of China represents the largest slag mill in the world to date.

Don’t let the sun go down
Mining has long relied on electricity grids and on-site diesel generators, however, there is a growing global move towards solar power.

Roundup Mining news from the continent


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