South Africa

AngloGold Ashanti covid-19

Positive COVID-19 cases at Mponeng jumps to 196

In the vast majority of these cases, the individuals were asymptomatic, with the balance showing very mild symptoms says AngloGold Ashanti.
Lycopodium

Process plant optimisation driven by technology

During challenging market conditions there is a need for mining companies to operate efficiently and cost-effectively way using the latest technology.
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South’s Africa COVID-19 PPE shortage being addressed

Due to the initial COVID-19 virus outbreaks in Asia and Europe South Africa experienced an unprecedented depletion in its PPE stock levels.
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COVID-19: Kangra Coal placed on care and maintenance

Low thermal coal prices due to supply glut and low demand have proved unsustainable for the high-cost underground Kangra mine in South Africa.
South Africa coronavirus covid-19

South Africa: COVID-19 Guidelines and Code of Practice unpacked

Guidelines for a Mandatory Code of Practice on the Mitigation and Management of COVID-19 have been released. Employers have until 25 May to implement it.
zest weg energy

Renewable energy uptake in mining gathers momentum

Mines in Africa are now starting to consider solar, wind and energy storage power supply options an investment-friendly and financially viable choice
dromex

Listen: Deep Insights weekly podcast series launched

Deep Insights speaks to Dr Thuthule Balfour, head of health at Minerals Council South Africa about ramping up operations amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Jubilee Metals

Jubilee to relocate Dilokong Chrome Mine in South Africa

“It is this ingenuity that has led Jubilee to implement ground breaking solutions in South Africa that create sustainable opportunities."
South Africa coronavirus covid-19

DMRE publishes mandatory code of practice to fight COVID-19

The DMRE has published guidelines for a mandatory Code of Practice (COP) for the mitigation and management of COVID-19 in the mining industry.
energy

Self-generation: Mining industry waits for clarity

The Department of Mineral Resources and Energy has conceded that mining companies can produce energy for their own use to mitigate power issues.

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