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More Americans at African Utility Week.

Multi-award winning African Utility Week conference and exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa has obtained official U.S. Trade Fair Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The development paves way for a greater American participation at the 19th edition of the event scheduled for 14-16 May next year. Along with …

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China’s gold market on the rise

China has become the largest gold producer and consumer in the world in the past two decades. On the backdrop, Roland Wang, Managing Director of China for the WGC said his company aims to work with government bodies, regulators and market practitioners to ‘develop China’s gold market on a long-term, …

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Compact secondary belt cleaner on offer

Global innovator in the bulk material handling industry Martin Engineering has developed new cleaning technologies for applications where space for installation is limited. According to the company, the latest SQC2STM RM (Reduced Mini) Cleaner is a compact secondary belt cleaner allowing installation in close quarters, built with a narrow profile …

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Mining forecast remains positive amid new taxes

Fitch Solutions researchers have indicated that recent tax hike announcement by government recently are to prompt downside revision to the country’s copper production forecast. Government recently announced it will expand and increase taxes on mining companies operating in the country, as part of its 2019 budget. This comes after speculation …

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Tax hike prompts downside revision to Zambian copper production forecast

On September 28, the Zambian Ministry of Finance announced it will expand and increase taxes on mining companies operating in the country, as part of its 2019 budget. Speculation on the possibility that the mining industry would be targeted in next year’s budget had grown over the past weeks following …

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CEC to supply 78MW of electricity to Metalkol SA

Copperbelt Energy Corporation has signed a long-term contract to supply up to 78MW of electricity to Metalkol SA, major cobalt and copper tailings reprocessing operation in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Metalkol owned by Eurasian Resources Group is a leading diversified natural resources group, also a low-cost hydro-metallurgical facility. The …

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Konecranes mobile workshop now on offer

CXT Explore is one of the most innovative products to come from Konecranes recently. According to the company, the product is a combination of a 6.3T mobile overhead crane, travelling on a gantry, supported by two sturdy containers which make for fully equipped workshop that can literally be set up …

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De Beers acquire Peregrine Diamonds

De Beers Canada has entered into an agreement to acquire 100 per cent of the outstanding securities of Peregrine Diamonds, owner of the high quality Chidliak diamond resource located in Canada’s Nunavut Territory. The Chidliak resource was discovered in 2008 and is located approximately 120 kilometres northeast of Iqaluit on …

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Global compact earthmoving brand refocuses in the local market

ELB Equipment has relaunched an exciting range of equipment including skidsteers, articulated loaders and BHL’s from one of the world’s leading compact equipment manufacturers. American-made Gehl machines are a well-known brand across the globe where the brand is known for its compact machines that deliver powerful performance in a rugged …

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How do we generate feminise mining?

I recently attended and presented at the World Bank ‘Gender and Oil, Gas and Mining (OGM): New Frontiers of Progress, Challenges and Solutions’ conference. Surprisingly, given the OGM industry has one of the lowest representations of women (around 10 per cent), this was the first conference of its type ever …

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