Rio Tinto showcases rare red and pink diamonds

Rio Tinto has unveiled its annual showcase of the world’s rarest pink and red diamonds in an exclusive preview at the Argyle mine site in Western Australia.

Kongiwe Environmental now 100% staff owned

Kongiwe Environmental, a consulting firm providing contemporary environmental solutions, is now 100% staff owned and is still also Level 2 BBBEE compliant.

From bust to boom: Africa attracts exploration spend

The past 18 months has seen a uptick in exploration. There have been boom and bust cycles in the past – the latest cycle lasting longer than expected.

Lycopodium to complete DFS at Goulamina project

Lycopodium Minerals has been appointed to complete the Definitive Feasibility Study (DFS) at Mali’s Lithium’s Goulamina project.
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Council for Geoscience researches water in depth

Mining plays an important role in the country’s economy - it is also a consumer and polluter of water resources and at times rendering them unfit.

Massive job losses on the line for ArcelorMittal South Africa

ArcelorMittal South Africa is embarking on a large-scale restructuring process that may affect up to 2 000 full time positions.

Minerals Council responds to challenges from President Ramaphosa – Part 1

In his address at Mining Indaba, President Ramaphosa challenged the mining industry to take steps to implement what he called “10 value-adding principles”.

BlueRock Diamonds doubles production rate at Kareevlei

BlueRock Diamonds has announced that volumes at Kareevlei are running at almost double the average monthly rates for 2018.
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JG Afrika keeps access to coal reserves open

Consulting Engineers JG Afrika helped coal miner Exxaro Resources redirect two roads to urgently access new coal reserves at its Leeuwpan mine.

Aveng sells Dynamic Fluid Control

Aveng has entered a binding sale of business agreement and a subordinated loan agreement with Copaflo Fluid Control Proprietary.

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