Africa learns from tailings dam failures in Brazil

The mining industry in Africa has been encouraged monitor the lessons still being learned from Brazil’s highly public and fatal tailings dam failures.

De Beers Group supports technology for early detection of malaria

De Beers Group has provided R4 million to a company that is developing ground-breaking technology focused on reducing the global malaria burden.

Alphamin steers clear of Ebola with strict safety protocols

The Ebola epidemic has spread geographically to South Kivu and Goma in the DRC. To date there have been no instances near Bisie tin mine itself.
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Police task team fights illegal mining in the Free State

A special South African Police Service, or SAPS, task team has been appointed to tackle gang violence and illegal mining in the Free State.
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How to clamp down on illegal mining

Illegal mining leads to lost revenue and tax, lost employment opportunities, capital expenditure, exports and foreign exchange earnings.
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TECH NEWS: The importance of IE3 electric motor compliance

IE3 electric motors have made it increasingly important that the most appropriate starting method be selected to ensure optimum performance.

Africa needs a digitalization strategy to compete in global economy

Digitalization is providing the continent with the opportunity to accelerate growth and rapidly expand struggling economies.

TECH NEWS: IsoMetrix acquired to create partnership with NOSA

The Carlyle Group has acquired a majority stake in IsoMetrix, a leading environmental, health and safety company, through their Carlyle Africa Fund.

Webinar recording: Should Upstream Tailings Storage Facilities be banned?

Gain insight from an expert panel as they discuss if Upstream Tailings Storage Facilities should be banned.

TECH NEWS: The cutting edge of proximity detection

With mine safety legislation getting progressively tighter, Booyco Electronics continues to ensure compliance with its proudly South African PDS.

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