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2021 – Issue 3
Mining operations are under pressure to ensure they meet regulatory requirements with solutions that won’t harm the environment.
"Our involvement with the Mozambique project goes back almost a decade to the first phase of the plant’s development."
"Our quality services in remote areas are unparalleled and we are looking to share this critical service value with the industry."
How do mining companies in South Africa compensate for the country's challenge without ‘breaking the bank’?
Water use licences: Red tape delays application processWater security: South African companies playing their part READ MORE ARTICLES IN OUR WATER FEATURE: MINING REVIEW AFRICA ISSUE 3, 2021READ THE FULL DIGIMAG HERE OR SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE A...
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: This ‘killer’ DRC edition that...
"The major stumbling block hindering the issuing of a water use licence is the determination of water reserves."
"We have taken Luanshimba from an early-stage greenfields site to what I think may be very near being a discovery."
“In a world progressively moving toward lower grades and higher throughputs, this concentrator circuit could be a game changer.”