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AfDB power expert to explore power alternatives

Mining operations in Africa are being discovered in the most remote and isolated regions on the continent where grid power is unavailable.
MINING INDABA SEARCHES FOR THE MOST PROMISING JUNIOR MINERS IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA

Investing in African Mining Indaba 2019 | Day 1

The Mining Review Africa team is onsite at the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2019 to report on the day's highlights. https://youtu.be/5CIuesJxyrQ https://youtu.be/NRTDUHtzgO8 "Mining must convincingly demonstrate that it is an inherent force for good and...
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Optimising mill lining change-out gives major payback advantages

The correct time to change mill liners is when the efficiency of the mill drops and not when you think the mill lining is completely worn. Spike Taylor, MD of Multotec Rubber, explains that...

Mining in Africa needs infrastructure development says DRA CEO Paul Thomson

Will this year’s Mining Indaba be able to strengthen the relationship between mining in Africa investment and socio economic development asks DRA Group’s CEO Paul Thomson. He would like to see the emphasis on investing...

Deloitte: Sustainable mining in Africa requires collaboration

This was a theme touched on by Minster of Mineral Resources, Mosebenzi Zwane, in his opening address earlier at the Cape Town Mining Indaba last week. This idea, amongst others, was captured by a graphic...

Endeavour Mining exceeds 2015 production guidance, produces 518 000 oz of gold

TSX-listed gold miner Endeavour Mining Corporation has produced 517 948 oz of gold in 2015, exceeding its 2015 production guidance range of 475 000 to 500 000 ounces, the company reported on Friday. This total...

Endeavour Mining delists from ASX

African gold miner Endeavour Mining has, at its own request, been removed from the official list of the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX), but will continue to be listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX). Endeavour...

Mega mine projects should benefit multiple project owners says Deloitte expert

Africa’s mining industry has been challenged to take an urgent, dramatic and catalystic approach to dumping the sector’s cyclical nature and act more as a single unit rather than a project-by project or country-by-...

Informed project management decisions vital in current mining climate

With on-going pressure in the current mining climate on commodity prices and the subsequent trend of downsizing project pipelines, resource operations and consulting engineers are faced with increasingly-complex challenges. According to Gerrit Lok, general manager...

Mining companies prepare for a switch to longer-term value creation

Current market conditions are putting mining companies in a quandary – investing for the next stage of growth is potentially unpopular with investors but it could prove to be a masterstroke if they want...

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