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Miners in South Africa gear up for remote environmental audits

“We plan to make the audits easy to comply with and want to meet our members on their terms when it is convenient for them."

Addressing South Africa’s alcohol problem must start at a young age

With South Africa’s alcohol problem highlighted by lockdown there have been discussions as to what can be done?

Junior miner stalled by repeated criminal invasions and police inactivity

"Police are finally taking an interest in a criminal takeover of a junior mine after the owners filed papers against Minister of Police."

Power utility reliability boost from large WEG transformers

The 348 t units are the largest yet produced by WEG – with each unit boasting a power rating of 500,000 kVA and voltage class of 400 kV.

Sandile Masuku ensures Kangra is ready for reopening

Sandile Masuku has been with Kangra since 2008, starting off as an Underground Fitter, and has worked his way up to a Mechanical Foreman.

No short-cut to chutes that perform – reliably and safely

“Through our focused dedication for many years, we have developed the design, engineering and manufacture of transfer chutes into a science."

South African government failure threatens 80 000 jobs

80 000 jobs are on the line in the coming months as government continues to fail to implement a tax on the export of raw ore it announced.
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Increased embedded generation threshold for South Africa

This will give Eskom space for proper maintenance to enable rebuilding a reliable fleet of power stations capable of secure energy delivery.

Solidarity will defend employees fired for not agreeing to get vaccine

It will be illegal for an employer to make jabs compulsory without considering individuals’ Constitutional rights such as bodily integrity.

Miners gearing for remote environmental audits

“We plan to make the audits easy to comply with and want to meet our members on their terms when it is convenient for them."

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