Murray & Roberts Cementation

Years of safety focus deliver fatality-free record

The latest technologies and methods – supported by realistic mock-ups – ensure that all workers are fully prepared for all working conditions.
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Boosting scarce skills for mining’s mechanised future

Forging 21st century skills to boost productivity in South Africa’s mining sector, Murray & Roberts Cementation has further enhanced its training facilities...
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Palabora Copper shaft to be complete by Q2, 2022

The sinking of the 1,200-metre deep ventilation shaft at Palabora Copper is proceeding apace, notwithstanding the Covid-19 shutdown and restrictions.
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Working towards underground resources at Otjikoto gold mine

About 150 employees will be active on the gold project, including a highly experienced crew from a recent contract in Zambia.
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Learning and sharing key to safety progress

With its sights set on Zero Harm Murray & Roberts Cementation is pushing the boundaries with new approaches and initiatives to improve safety.
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Murray & Roberts Cementation: training for mining careers

Unemployed youth from communities near Murray & Roberts Cementation’s mining projects around are getting an opportunity to enter the mining sector.
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Murray & Roberts Cementation wins Palabora vent shaft contract

Murray & Roberts Cementation has been awarded a contract by Palabora Mining Company for a 1,200 m deep ventilation shaft.

‘Flatreef’ at Platreef marks the start of PGM revolution

Ivanplats celebrated an achievement on when its initial shaft intersected the top of the mineralised reef 782 m below the surface at its Platreef project.
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Murray & Roberts Cementation ahead of schedule at manganese project

Murray & Roberts Cementation reports that work is well underway on its contract at Kalagadi Manganese Mine in the Northern Cape.
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Ivanplats close to intersecting 20 m thick reef at Platreef project

Having just reached a depth of 750 m below surface at Ivanplats’ 64% owned Platreef Shaft 1 project, the company is only 33 m...

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