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TECH NEWS: How to tackle rugged mine conditions

GEM Kathu has a full stockholding of essential spares, in addition to two experienced and qualified technicians, who can undertake field service.
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Minerals Council publishes Facts and Figures Pocketbook

The Minerals Council South Africa has published a Facts and Figures 2019 pocketbook at at the Mining Indaba 2020 held in Cape Town.
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Mantashe calls for more exploration at Mining Indaba

The latest data released by Statistics SA show that mining production decreased by 3.1 percent year-on-year in November 2019.
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Key highlights for Mining Indaba 2020

Portfolio Director Simon Ford and Head of Content Tom Quinn share key topic points with Laura Cornish. For more information, see the December 2019 edition.
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PDAC 2020 – Building on 2019’s success

The word’s mineral exploration and mining industry will again come together in downtown Toronto for the annual PDAC Convention.
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Improvements in SA’s fatality rate in 2019 – pure luck?

Trade union Solidarity has acknowledged South Africa’s improvement in its health and safety statistics for 2019 but notes that there is still room for improvement, particularly with regards to the number of injuries in the industry.
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Hot topics at the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2020

The 2020 Investing in African Mining Indaba is only two weeks away and is promising to be even bigger than last year’s 25th anniversary event.
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Kalagadi Manganese boosts export market

Kalagadi Manganese is in a position to supply up to 1 Mtpa of beneficiated manganese with potential to increase output at its R9 billion mine.

Laser scanner keeps Wits mining students at leading edge

Mining engineering students at Wits University will be better exposed to the contribution of modern survey technology in a range of mining disciplines.
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Transnet launches 375-wagon manganese train

Transnet has launched a 375-wagon manganese train in South Africa - making it the world's longest and largest production train.

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