2019 – Issue 5

Mining Review Africa Issue 5 2019

The May edition of Mining Review Africa, distributed at the Junior Mining Indaba conference in June, puts the spotlight on successful junior miners in Africa. Find out who these companies are and why they are poised for growth on the continent. What’s more, this issue also highlights on mining in West Africa, with a particular focus on gold projects. Plus, read all about the latest trends and technologies in earthmoving and slurry pumping solutions.
KSB

KSB expands its aftermarket services for added value

KSB Pumps and Valves has extended its services and engineering to include maintenance of entire systems, reverse engineering and system optimisations.
ECAMF

A unique regional spotlight on mining

Following three successful editions of Kenya Mining Forum, organiser Spintelligent has broadened the reach and scope of this platform.
nsimbi

Nsimbi Equipment: industry disruptors

Nsimbi means steel in isiZulu and it’s a fitting name for a new equipment company that is using innovation to change the way business is done.
Zest WEG

Pumping solutions deliver operational sustainability in Central Africa

To ensure sustainability a copper mine in central Africa required a solution to extend the lifespan of its tailings storage facility.
MetC Engineering

MetC Engineering: Filling an engineering gap for juniors

MetC Engineering is looking to assist junior and sized mining companies through rapid delivery of plants, MD NICK TATALIAS tells LAURA CORNISH.
mining charter

Mining Charter 3 supports supplier development

While Mining Charter 3, gazetted by Gwede Mantashe late last year, has created a supportive environment for the reindustrialisation of South Africa.
Mali

Mining Code changes in Mali may be on the cards

Mali, Africa’s third largest gold producer behind South Africa and Ghana, has been mulling a review of its 2012 Mining Code for some time now.
Hummingbird Resources

Hummingbird Resources: Poised for longevity in West Africa

2018 was a year of varied results for Hummingbird Resources with the company enjoying success and also facing challenges at its Yanfolila gold mine in Mali.
harmony investment merger united kingdom

Juniors are an attractive investment

An entrepreneurial approach, ability to operate in challenging jurisdictions and a hunger for new discoveries make investment in junior miners attractive.
Load shedding

UMS: “We are ready to grow”

The UMS Group has taken quick action to change the market’s perception of the two companies it acquired in 2015 – Shaft Sinkers and METS.

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