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October 2014

Tony Stone
Exciting times... Besides celebrating Heritage Day on 24 September and enjoying “braaivleis, sonskyn and Chevrolet”, for those who remember what this was, the month of September, as far as mining conferences and exhibitions were concerned, was... Read more
Inside Mining
African updates on the ground and underground


Brains, and brawn, won the day
The ability to successfully develop and deliver a specialised lifting solution was demonstrated in the heavy-lift operation undertaken by Johnson Crane Hire at Sasol’s Secunda plant recently...

Airborne gravity gradiometry systems
An innovative approach to gravity gradiometry surveys for kimberlite exploration is presented. Airborne surveys provide unique advantages for coverage and access efficiency...

Fractum, a megalodon rock breaker
We take a look at the latest rock breaker...

Predictive discovery
Gold fever permeates Burkino Faso. It’s everywhere, and once-primitive greenfield methods of mining are fast turning into properly structured and equipped mining operations...

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To mine or not to mine
We look at the resource definitions for the Middle Orange River, based on redefined geological areas.

Mopani Copper installs two more BMR winders
FLSmidth has installed more than 90% of the world’s BMR winders and has been actively involved in their development since the first installations in 1959.

Old but still effective
Water processing in SA’s mining industry is to receive a beneficial boost with continuous ION filtration (CIF).

Licence to drill
A skilled master blaster is deliberate, methodical and patient. Being adept at drilling for blasting, Blue Chip Mining has honed these skills to a fine art.

Training for safer mines
Effective training that engages all levels of employees on a mine and quarry, is important to reduce accidents and maintain healthier workforces.

Lighting up Hotazel
It’s a play on words but, in this instance, it works both ways – lights make many hands work and many hands make light work.

Thwarting danger
Like all things in mining, science is involved. When applied, this improves efficiencies, reduces costs and increases profits.

New rock drill is a leap ahead
THE NEW hydraulic underground hand-held rock drill-system (HRD100) from Atlas Copco is one of the most powerful underground hand-held rock drills on the market today.

Roundup Mining news from the continent


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