2019 – Issue 11

Mining Review Africa Issue 11 2019

Diamonds, the latest in Screening and Sorting technologies and London-listed miners making waves in Africa. Read these features and much more in the November 2019 edition of Mining Review Africa.
BT Industrial

BT Industrial: Transforming the industrial landscape

BT INDUSTRIAL – a new-generation business driven by innovation, international standards, and service excellence is transforming the industrial landscape.
kenya

Red Rock Resources’ resilience pays off in Kenya

When the Kenyan government terminated AIM-listed Red Rock Resources’ mining licences for its Kenya-based Migori gold project in 2015, it would have...
Multotec

New screen panels deliver optimised screening

The need to optimise production has become a high priority for the mining industry – particularly in areas where grades are declining as ore bodies mature.
Kwatani

Kwatani breaks down the science behind screening

Vibrating screen and feeder OEM Kwatani is challenging the conventional norm in specifying large vibrating screens and feeders.
Investment

Issues impacting investment in the mining sector

Asset managers have become the lightning rod for shifting populist views in Western countries where the investment is determined by various aspects.
diamonds

Driving the delivery of new diamonds in Sierra Leone

MMETC is establishing a solid footprint in West Africa. The region is rich inseveral minerals; including gold, uranium, iron ore, zinc and also diamonds.
Pilot Crushtec Metso

Metso scalping screen – performing in the diamond sector

Pilot Crushtec says the Metso Lokotrack ST2.8 mobile scalping screen has been a product to be reckoned with since its launch.
Botswana Diamonds

Botswana Diamonds: old deposits – new technology

It is a combination of historical knowledge and innovative exploration technology that Botswana Diamonds believes will lead it to its next big discovery.
Rocketmine

Rocketmine: Helping to shape mines of the future

Founded in 2013 and headquartered in Johannesburg, Rocketmine was one of the first companies in South Africa to be granted a commercial drone licence.
De Beers Venetia

The bright future of De Beers in South Africa

The closure of De Beers’ Voorspoed mine has seen it invest its time and energy into transitioning Venetia mine from open cast mine to underground.

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