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The mining industry is becoming a more digitally minded sector; with an emphasis on safety, longevity, efficiency and higher profitability driving the momentum to...

Commodity outlook: coal mines to keep lights on

At a media briefing in Johannesburg in November 2018, Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe acknowledged that Eskom’s lack of investment in the ‘cost-plus’ coal mines...

Axis Mining Technology: A winning formula for Africa

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Exxaro commits to R20 billion investment in South Africa

South African coal producer Exxaro believes investment is needed to help drive a brighter future and has committed R20 billion to building and expanding...

Digitization in Africa – mines have no need to panic

Digitization may hold the key to unlocking greater value from mining operations but brings with it challenges for third-world countries in particular that could...

Alphamin completes process plant commissioning at Bisie

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South Africa: Mining industry secures the future

South Africa’s Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) Minister Gwede Mantashe has reminded the country’s mining industry stakeholders that it is their collective responsibility to...

New phosphate development on the horizon

AIM-listed phosphate mine development company Kropz may be looking to bring its Western Cape-based Elandsfontein operation into production early in 2020. However, its focus beyond...
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MICROMINE: using technology to make mining easier

The mining industry is becoming a more digitally minded sector; with an emphasis on safety,...

Commodity outlook: coal mines to keep lights on

At a media briefing in Johannesburg in November 2018, Eskom CEO Phakamani Hadebe acknowledged that...

Axis Mining Technology: A winning formula for Africa

Well over 50 years of combined experience in downhole instrumentation would suggest the team at...

Exxaro commits to R20 billion investment in South Africa

South African coal producer Exxaro believes investment is needed to help drive a brighter future...

Digitization in Africa – mines have no need to panic

Digitization may hold the key to unlocking greater value from mining operations but brings with...