Webinar Recording: How to reduce reliance on grid power in Africa?

Powering new and existing mining operations in Africa can be one of the biggest constraints to delivering and maintaining sustainable operations in such remote regions.
Bara Consulting South Africa

Bara Consulting expands its service offering

Bara Consulting has found favour in the African mining industry and has successfully established a wider geographical footprint with international offices.
Danakali

Emmerson uncovers new revenue potential from Morocco potash project

Emmerson Plc Preliminary Economic Assessment completed on the potential sales of de-icing salt by-product from its 100% owned Khemisset potash project.
Junior Mining land rights

Deployment Specialist – South Africa

This position is responsible for delivering, coordinating, managing and supporting technical services deployments of client’s solutions.
Harmony

Gender and human rights essential for responsible mining says research organisation

The Responsible Mining Foundation has published its new framework and notes that gender and human rights are two “cross cutting issues”.
exploration

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.
risk

Are you prepared for multi-national risks?

Organizations have established Business Continuity Management Programmes which define processes to avoid potential disasters to their business.
beneficiation

Claude Baissac: A straight talker who pulls no punches

Claude Baissac, CEO of consultancy firm, Eunomix, is well-known in African mining circles. His expert insight into the beneficiation is highly valued.

Copper project in Morocco advances to BFS stage

The privately-owned Managem Group has advanced its Tizert copper project, located in the Souss-Massa province of Morocco, to a bankable feasibility study.
TB tuberculosis

Could primary healthcare help curb TB at mines?

The World Health Organisation reports that TB is conclusively linked to HIV, with 66% of people with tuberculosis being co-infected with HIV.

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