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2021 – Issue 3

Mining Review Africa Issue 3 2021

DRC Always and forever evolving Welcome, ladies and gentlemen – Mining Review Africa is proud to present our third edition of 2021. Here’s what you can expect from this issue: A ‘killer’ DRC edition that...

Dealing with water risks – shared responsibility needed

This was the general consensus of the panelists in a recent webinar titled Water Risks in the Mining Sector: Why they matter to business?

Air supply: The redefining of ventilation

“We are striving to change the industry’s mindset on the use of such fans to ensure proper fan selection for the ventilation required."

The road to carbon neutrality: Copper and cobalt remain at the forefront

Copper and cobalt can expect ongoing demand strength as renewable energy and electro-mobility agendas accelerate.

Tirupati Graphite chooses green energy in Madagascar

Tirupati Graphite has set itself the ambitious target to meet 100% of the power requirements for its Madagascan projects using hydropower.

Rosh Pinah: Trevali’s crown jewel

The expansion is set to deliver a 10-year LOM at Rosh Pinah. but Grimbeek is confident that the mine’s life will expand well beyond this.

Desilting process ponds: Maintenance key to maximise efficiency

“The typical trend we are observing however is that the large majority of ponds contain up to 90% slurry, reeds and debris."

AVZ Minerals: Chartering Manono’s path to construction

With lithium supply expected to enter a deficit owing to increased demand AVZ Minerals is well placed to meet this demand.

Rally remains: Iron ore prices expected to remain strong amid tight supply

Iron ore was a clear commodity outperformer in 2020, owing to the substantial increase in demand driven by China’s infrastructure.

Kareevlei diamond mine: Process optimisation = optimal production

A key focus of the expansion plan is achieving the correct economies of scale on both the mining and processing sides of the operations.
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Vibramech Equipment: Stellar record in process optimisation

“Our current installed base of over 10 000 pieces of equipment makes us an African leader in market share." - David Massey

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