Friday, July 3, 2020

Construction of Graphite Factory grounds to a halt due to COVID-19 Pandemic

Covid-19 imposed transport restrictions have grounded to halt work on building a graphite factory in Nipepe district, in the northern Mozambican province of Niassa. The...

How successful are mines’ efforts to restore livelihoods?

Restoring the livelihoods of households affected by resettlement is fraught with challenges, so it is vital that mines begin the process early and carefully...

Kibo has signed MoU with EDM

Kibo Energy has revealed that it has finalised and signed a new memorandum of understanding (MoU) with State-owned electric utility Electricidade de Mocambique (EDM),...

WearCheck launches HealthCheck disinfectant tunnel in fight against Covid-19

The global Covid-19 pandemic currently wreaking havoc on every continent’s health system and economy has elicited many coping mechanisms, mainly to delay the onslaught...

UCT leading an innovative search of mine dust solutions

The University of Cape Town is leading an innovative network which hopes to open channels of communication and come up with solutions to breathing...

Africa must support African supply chains to unlock sustained economic growth

The current Covid19-related economic challenges both locally and throughout the Africa starkly highlight the need for pan-African companies and governments to support African supply...

MICROMINE Africa boosts Software offering with the launch of the subscription model.

Mining software solutions provider MICROMINE has launched a new pay-as-you-go subscription model for African clients to keep pace with industry need. The Australian-headquartered company, with...

GHH’s New MK-42 to beat them all

The German manufacturer of heavy machinery for mining, tunnelling and civil engineering, GHH has unveiled a new dump truck, the New MK-42. According to the...

High-speed Zambia-Mozambique rail on the cards

A US-based company, Railnet International, is proposing to Fund an $11 billion medium speed rail line between Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Railnet CEO, Donald Kress,...

Vale Mozambique operation takes impairment hit

In its recently released report ,’Vale’s Performance in 2019’, Brazilian mining major Vale stated that it had to take an impairment charge of $1.691-billion...