SANY

New 750 t SANY mining excavator expected be largest in Africa

What is believed to be the largest excavator in Africa – the SY750 – has been launched by Goscor Earth Moving, part of the Goscor Group, and official distributor of SANY.
Gold wage

Transformation forum fights Sibanye-Stillwater/Lonmin merger

The Mining Forum of South Africa, or MFSA, an organisation that seeks to be an agent of transformation in the mining industry of South Africa, has rejected recommendations made by the Competition Commission of South Africa to the Competition Tribunal to approve the merger between Sibanye-Stillwater and Lonmin.
Solidarity

Solidarity disappointed in distortion of gold wage settlement

Wage agreement that Solidarity, Amcu and Uasa reached with AngoGold Ashanti is now being overshadowed by a misleading packaging of the agreement.
eskom

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.
Lonmin

Competition Commission recommends that Lonmin acquisition be approved

The South African Competition Commission has recommended that the South African Competition Tribunal approves the proposed acquisition of Lonmin by Sibanye-Stillwater, subject to certain conditions, which are agreeable to both Sibanye-Stillwater and the Commission.
amplats

Amplats and Siemens re-examine mining with digital and automation skills

Amplats and Siemens are at the forefront of rethinking how mining works with the development and implementation of digital and technological innovations.

Vuslat Bayoglu’s Menar enters the manganese market in South Africa

Vuslat Bayoglu’s Menar Holdings company Sitatunga Resources has entered the manganese sector having purchased a mining project in the Northern Cape for an undisclosed sum.
AngloGold Ashanti

AngloGold Ashanti concludes wage agreement

AngloGold Ashanti has concluded a wage agreement with the Association of Mineworkers and Construction Union, UASA and Solidarity.
cadence

Cadence Minerals calls off partnership with Premier African Minerals

In June 2018 Cadence Minerals intended to earn up to 30% directly into the Zulu Lithium and Tantalum Project in Zimbabwe.
GoviEx

Bannerman continues focus on Etango uranium project

Bannerman Resources has been notified of the sale by Resource Capital Fund IV and its entirety of RCF’s residual shareholding in the company.

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