Platinum Group Metals

The platinum-group metals, more commonly known as PGMs, are iridium, osmium, palladium, platinum, rhodium, and ruthenium. Platinum group metals incorporates, mining, exploration, processing, precious metals. Electric vehicles use both palladium and rhodium, as well as platinum for use in the manufacture of the catalytic converter. Platinum and palladium are used in jewelry manufacture. PGMs are usually mined in deep level, narrow reef mines, where safety is of utmost concern.

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TECH NEWS: Mining focused risk software firms join forces

Both companies have offices in the Americas and Australia and look to bring to these markets the benefits of integrated approaches to risk and productivity.
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Unleashing the full potential of women in mining

Partners in Performance is an international consulting firm of business improvement experts. Its Africa practice focuses on the mining and resources sector.
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Anglo American leads the way for Responsible Mining

Anglo American's Unki platinum mine in Zimbabwe is the first to publicly commit to be independently audited against the Initiative for Responsible...
Clariant laboratory

State-of-the-art laboratory to support African mining industry

Mining and processing can be challenging leaving miners in Africa in search of processing options that support efficient and productive mining operations.

DFS confirms world-class palladium deposit in South Africa

Platinum Group Metals’ results from an independent DFS on its Waterberg project confirms it to be a world-class nature palladium deposit.
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A truly South African provider of coal solutions

CEO of South African operations for Multotec, Rikus Immink, shares some of the innovations the company has delivered in the coal sector.
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DMRE concerned about Sibanye-Stillwater retrenchments

It is disheartening, in tough economic times, when South Africa is faced with increased unemployment to hear of potential job losses at Sibanye-Stillwater.
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5,270 jobs to be cut at Sibanye-Stillwater

Sibanye-Stillwater enters consultations in terms of Section 189A of the Labour Relations Act, 66 of 1995 regarding the restructuring of its Marikana mine.
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The Bushveld Complex in South Africa holds world’s most valuable minerals

Despite extensive research, scientists still do not understand how the Bushveld Complex in South Africa became the most valuable mineral area on Earth.
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9% increase in platinum demand in 2019

The WPIC has published its Platinum Quarterly for the second quarter of 2019 together with revisions to both the full year 2019 forecast and 2018 actual.

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