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2019 – Issue 10

Mining Review Africa Issue 10 2019

Read all about the Future of Mining in the October 2019 issue of Mining Review Africa. Get insight into how the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) is changing mining in Africa. Also, in this issue, we put the spotlight on mining in East Africa and take at in-depth look at infrastructure development. All this and more in the October 2019 issue of Mining Review Africa.

Digital mining: Next-generation safety controllers

The demands on modularity, scalability, openness and adaptability are steadily increasing in all areas of automation technology from Beckhoff Automation.

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.

Assmang rolls out mobile data centre

Assmang is rolling out a ground-breaking mobile data centre solution at its Khumani iron ore mine in the Northern Cape, South Africa.

Artificial intelligence in the mining sector

Opportunities for digital technologies implementation, including implementation of artificial intelligence, are being implemented in the mining sector.

A graphite project with no need for window dressing

Tanzania’s investment status took a knock as a result of regulatory upheaval and the industry suffered development setbacks - including graphite projects.
energy JPMorgan

Why mines should consider natural gas as an energy source

As the mining sector continuously strives to meet its growing energy demand why is it that only 4% of total energy is sourced from natural gas?
Sovereign Metals graphite

Jumbo steps for jumbo graphite project

Tanzania could be celebrating its first graphite production should Walkabout Resources fulfill its objective to start construction at its graphite project.

Embracing technology with a methodical approach

Precious metals miner Sibanye-Stillwater may be operating some of the oldest gold mines but it believes in the deployment of digital technology.
De Beers

De Beers Group’s Willemien Potgieter: engineering Zero Harm

De Beers Group’s commitment to safety is unique. This is the viewpoint of the company’s current principal safety lead Willemien Potgieter.

Turnmill delivers exceptional performance

Level 1 BBBEE-rated Turnmill Proquip Engineering, a proud member of the Structa Group of companies, has built many stackers in its history.