Eskom’s latest bid to continue pollution contested

Environmental justice organisations strongly contest Eskom’s further round of multiple applications to postpone compliance with air pollution standards.

Sibanye-Stillwater delivers pioneering multi-stakeholder agri-industrial hub

Sibanye-Stillwater has entered into a memorandum of understanding regarding the collective development and implementation of a pioneering agri-processing industrial cluster initiative on the West Rand.
Kore Potash

Potash project in Congo gets environmental nod

Potash developer Kore Potash has been granted its environmental and social impact assessment for its Dougou mining licence within its flagship 97%-owned Sintoukola potash project.

Eritrea potash development moves closer to production

ASX-listed potash company confirms that the Eritrean Ministry of Land, Water & Environment’s Department of Environment, or DOE has confirmed acceptance of the finalised social & environmental management plans for its Colluli project.

Mining unions submit recommendation to Parliament on improving health and safety

South Africa’s four mining unions have submitted recommendations to Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Mineral Resources on health and safety challenges facing the mining industry.

Closure, rehabilitation a major issue as landfills reach capacity

AECOM notes that with landfill space in South Africa at a premium filling of landfill cells requires progressive closure and rehabilitation.

Mine closure to be regulated under the National Environmental Management Act

Despite South Africa’s mine closure laws comparing well internationally, the country can boast very few examples of successfully implemented mine closure.
Mining Charter

Elites 2019 nominations: Its the final countdown

Nominations for Elites 2019 is approaching the finish line and is an opportunity to showcase your company, or your client and your achievements to the global mining industry!

No fatalities following fire at Gold One operation

Successful rescue operation took place in the early hours of this morning at the Gold One’s Modder East operations, following a fire underground.

Mintek demonstrates mine effluent treatment capability

South Africa’s national mineral research organisation Mintek has highlighted its commitment to protecting South Africa’s scarce water resources.

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