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Engineer

Collaborating for digital innovation in engineering

To feed the innovating spirit, engineers and scientists need ongoing collaboration – both inside and outside their organisations.
Digitalization

Data management – solutions for the digital revolution

The ability to analyse and derive intelligence from vast amounts of data generated across any mine is a digital revolution in this sector.

New ESMF framework will accelerate energy roll-out

An Environmental and Social Management Framework is being rolled out in SADC.
coal

South Africa’s coal sector headed for major job losses

South Africa’s coal sector may be facing considerable job losses as the country’s latest energy plan looks to cleaner power generation options.
srk

South African consultants share insights with China

A Chinese mining sector delegation has gained insight from SRK Consulting (SA), that focus on a range of factors affecting mineral resource and mineral reserve reporting and valuation.
uranium

GoviEx appoints consultants for uranium project

GoviEx appoints SRK Consulting and SGS Bateman as the consultants for the completion of a feasibility study for the Madaouela project.
drc

Upbeat mood at DRC Mining Week

SRK Consulting were part of the DRC Mining Week, sharing information on trends and opportunities in one of Africa’s most important mining hubs.
SRK

Mine closure to be regulated under the National Environmental Management Act

Despite South Africa’s mine closure laws comparing well internationally, the country can boast very few examples of successfully implemented mine closure.
IMS Engineering

Junior miners still struggle against system in South Africa

Despite South Africa’s stated intention of nurturing a junior mining sector as a key strategy in revitalising and transforming the mining sector, voices at the recent Junior Mining Indaba in Johannesburg, South Africa, were clear that this was not happening.
Tailings

Risk-based approach to mine waste management can save costs

Stringent regulations published in 2015 have tightened the design standards for mining residue stockpiles and deposits, but there is still scope to apply a risk-based approach to meet legal and environmental requirements while potentially saving on capital expenditure.

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