Anglo American

Kumba Iron Ore

TECH NEWS: Kumba and Rosond enter R2 billion multi-year agreement

Anglo American Kumba Iron Ore and South African-based drilling services provider Rosond have entered a R2 billion multi-year agreement.
coal wifi

Underground Wi-Fi: Enhancing productivity at coal mines

Wi-Fi has improved productivity and working conditions for hundreds of miners at Anglo American’s coal mining operations in South Africa.
energy avesoro

Enel signs largest clean energy deal with global mining firm

Enel has signed a power purchase agreement with Anglo American for the supply of clean energy.
anglo american

19% increase in underlying EBITDA to $5.5 billion for Anglo

"Our focus is on unlocking the very significant additional potential that we see within the business ‒ and to do it safely and responsibly."
Kumba Iron Ore

Annual results for Kumba highlight a ship well steered

We will continue to build on the momentum gained in the first six months of the year. Our strategic objectives are clear - Themba Mkhwanazi, CE of Kumba.
Orion Prieska

Anglo American SME fund secures 3.7% stake in Orion Minerals

Orion Minerals has completed issuing shares to institutional investor, the Anglo American sefa Mining Fund – which now owns a 3.7% stake in Orion.
Tailings

Majors support transparency of tailings storage facilities

Mining majors respond to the international requests for information and transparency on their tailings storage facilities.
weir

Weir Minerals’ impressive installation track record

With the largest installed base of mill circuit pumps in the world, Weir Minerals’ reputation as a slurry pump expert remains firmly intact.
sustainability

World Bank gains traction with Climate-Smart Mining facility

The World Bank has launched its Climate-Smart Mining Facility – the first-ever fund dedicated to making mining for minerals and metals a more sustainable.
mining

Kumba commits R2 billion to small business development

Kumba Iron Ore has grown its small business procurement targets by 75% from R 500 million two years ago, to a target of R 2 billion by the end of 2019.

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