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RBM SIGNS AGREEMENT FOR AN ADDITIONAL 140MW OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

On 6 June 2024, Richards Bay Minerals (RBM) signed a renewable Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) with Khangela Emoyeni Wind Farm (Pty) Ltd to secure 140MW of wind energy from a new wind farm situated in the Western and Northern Cape Province. The project is expected to reduce RBM’s annual carbon emissions by 20%.

By |2024-06-11T10:34:32+00:00June 11th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on RBM SIGNS AGREEMENT FOR AN ADDITIONAL 140MW OF RENEWABLE ENERGY

The full mining package: Integrated services with less risk

Best known as a leading player in shaft sinking and raiseboring for the mining sector, Murray & Roberts Cementation has many other service capabilities that help mines address critical issues of the day. Its interventions help mines solve challenges from water and tailings management to illegal mining and cable theft.

By |2024-06-10T06:50:32+00:00June 10th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on The full mining package: Integrated services with less risk

Gas Master Plan and the future

Gas has an important role to play in South Africa’s energy transition journey, says Prashaen Reddy, a partner at Kearney. Reddy is an expert on energy matters and his comments come amid the calls for public comments on a draft Gas Master Plan. The plan was released for comment at the end of April.

By |2024-06-07T06:58:46+00:00June 7th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on Gas Master Plan and the future

Slurrysucker puts Gauteng sewage works back on track

By effectively dredging the emergency water dams at a Gauteng wastewater treatment facility, IPR helped to put the operation on a stronger footing to serve the community. IPR Business Development manager Warren Spann says it was IPR’s new generation SlurrySucker that came to the rescue.

By |2024-06-05T06:49:31+00:00June 5th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on Slurrysucker puts Gauteng sewage works back on track

A new USD5-billion global network shakes up professional services industry

The global professional services industry has today seen the official launch of the Forvis Mazars global network, a top 10 global network.1 The new network says that the partnership of its two leading professional services firms – Mazars, an international partnership operating in over 100 countries and territories and FORVIS, a top ranked firm in

By |2024-06-04T07:40:55+00:00June 4th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on A new USD5-billion global network shakes up professional services industry

New branding secures authenticity of Linatex premium rubber

In the quest to distinguish its Linatex® premium rubber from substandard imitations in the market, Weir Minerals has implemented a significant branding enhancement which is set to provide customers with an explicit identifier of the original product.

By |2024-06-03T07:45:32+00:00June 3rd, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on New branding secures authenticity of Linatex premium rubber

The Mantengu turnaround story:  First group profit in more than a decade

On 27 May 2024, continuing its remarkable turnaround story, Mantengu Mining Limited, a leading resource investment company, reported that it had posted a group profit for the first time in more than 10 years. The group released its audited group results for the year ended 29 February 2024 marking a watershed moment for Mantengu as

By |2024-05-31T06:43:53+00:00May 31st, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on The Mantengu turnaround story:  First group profit in more than a decade

Building local production of screening media

With the aim of being the global leader in screening solutions, Sandvik Rock Processing is scaling up the local manufacturing capabilities of screening media in South Africa. Riaan Steinmann says this is a testament to the company’s belief in the capabilities of its local operations, and to bringing its solutions closer to customers.

By |2024-05-30T06:33:03+00:00May 30th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on Building local production of screening media

A legacy in belt cleaner maintenance contracts continues

On 1 March, Setshaba Conveyor Services (Pty) Ltd, a company formed by Scorpio Conveyor Products (now Martin Engineering) and Anglo American in 1999, announced its emergence under new management to continue providing top-tier maintenance services for conveyor systems.

By |2024-05-28T07:55:41+00:00May 28th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on A legacy in belt cleaner maintenance contracts continues

Anglo American rejects a third BHP proposal

On 20 May 2024, Anglo American plc received a third unsolicited, non-binding and highly conditional takeover proposal from BHP Group Limited (BHP). The company’s board said that it continues to believe that there are serious concerns with the structure of the proposal given that it is likely to result in material completion risk and value

By |2024-05-27T07:25:38+00:00May 27th, 2024|Industry News|Comments Off on Anglo American rejects a third BHP proposal
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