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South32 to acquire additional shareholding of Mozal Aluminum

Increasing its shareholding lifts its Group wide annualised equity share of aluminium production by 15% (or 145 kt) to 1,138 kt.

South32 finalises energy supply agreement for Hillside Aluminium

“The smelter remains an contributor to the country, directly through employment and downstream industries that rely on Hillside’s output."
green economy

Is sustainable mining not a contradiction in itself?

The word “decarbonisation” has been hanging like a Damocles sword but the mining industry is coveting “best-in-class” performance>

Mining stalwarts collaborate to decarbonise mine sites

Electrification is a game changer for the mining industry as it allows the complete removal of diesel from mines.

Minerals Council celebrates women in mining COVID-19 heroes

"While we celebrate events like these, we need to keep our Women in Mining strategy at the forefront of our minds and our work every day.”
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Seriti Resources grows its coal portfolio even further

Black-owned and controlled coal mining company Seriti Resources has concluded an acquisition agreement with South32 to acquire South 32’s 91.835% shareholding in South Africa Energy Coal.
South Africa transformation

Radical change in global mining is imminent

The mining sector has been relatively immune to the disruption felt by other industries in the past decade but now it is poised for a major shake-up.
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Resource and energy exports tipped to hit new records

Australia’s resource and energy exports are set to hit a new record of $285 billion in 2019–20, before falling back in 2020–21.
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South32 handpicks contender to acquire coal business

91% black-owned and controlled coal mining company Seriti Resources has entered into exclusive negotiations for the sale and acquisition of South32’s South Africa Energy Coal (SAEC) business following a comprehensive and competitive bid process.
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UMS: “We are ready to grow”

The UMS Group has taken quick action to change the market’s perception of the two companies it acquired in 2015 – Shaft Sinkers and METS.

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