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2018 – Issue 9

Mining Review Africa Issue 9 2018

Africa Down Under It’s on my list of favourites Today (Monday, 3 September) is my first day back in the office after a whirlwind week in Perth, Australia for the annual Africa Down Under...

A unique inspection and maintenance service for Tsumeb

Skyriders Access Specialists combined the use of a hi-tech drone with a specialist abseiling team to provide a unique inspection and maintenance service.

Epiroc takes after-market service to the next level

Epiroc’s after-market division provides capital ranges across all divisions, covering eleven product lines including rockdrills and rotation units.

AEL’s breakthrough technology bridges detonator divide

AEL Mining Services prides itself on pushing the frontiers of explosive technology and has subsequently ensured its resilience into the next decade.
Solar Mining

Solar Mining Services is dynamite

Rising input costs, regulatory pressures and flat commodity prices are making business conditions increasingly difficult for local miners.
mining equipment

Mining equipment determines mineral extraction and processing

Mining equipment occupies a pivotal position in the mining process and determines the performance of mineral extraction and processing operations.

Taking care of percussive drill bits maximises drilling efficiency

To help optimise operational efficiency and protect investments, drill companies need to work with quality products to get the job done right.

Setting technology pace with new long hole rock drill prototype

Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology understands that productive and accurate underground drilling is a crucial component in achieving production targets.

Silicosis: the solutions that work

RDP Filtration Solutions is focused on resolving dust-related issues through the design and implementation of dust extraction systems.
torque africa

Torque Africa drills another record-breaking hole

South African based drilling expert Torque Africa has broken its own drilling record – successfully achieving a rotary percussion hole drilled to a depth of 1 402 m without interruption.

Goldstone Resources: Obuasi neighbour takes history in its stride

With Ghana’s Parliament recently ratifying the regulatory and fiscal agreements for the redevelopment of AngloGold Ashanti’s Obuasi gold mine, the perceptions of Ghana’s mining industry are improving.