Monday, November 30, 2020

Angola’s diamond industry makeover underway

The Angolan government aired out plans of refurbishing the diamond sector as being in progress. Speaking at a conference on the re-organising of oil and...

IIA Technologies infringed element six synthetic diamond rights

Singapore courts have ruled that IIa Technologies have infringed an Element Six patent for proprietary synthetic diamond products and their method of manufacture. The patent...

Gemfields plans to market its rubies in China

Based on extensive qualitative and quantitative research among gemstone owners across China’s different regions, city tiers and levels of affluence, Gemstone miner Gemfields (LON:...

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...

Mozambican oil and gas company ENH sets up companies for natural gas projects

Mozambican state-owned oil and gas company ENH has set up two companies – ENH Rovuma Área UM and ENH FLNG UM – which will...

Seal of approval for De Beers diamond verification instruments

De Beers Group Industry Services’ four diamond verification instruments (DVI) submitted for testing as part of Project ASSURE have received outstanding results. Project ASSURE is...

We Need a Cohesive Strategy and Coordinated Approach for SMEs to grow post COVID-19

The announcement of a prolonged shut-down across many major African countries as a measure to contain the spread of COVID-19 could have dramatic negative...

Mineral processing technology developments at Derrick

True to its commitment to continuous innovation, US family-owned group Derrick Corporation has several new product developments up its sleeve, most notably a Super...

KSB expands its aftermarket services

KSB Pumps and Valves is intensifying its focus on aftermarket services that add value to customer operations far beyond the supply and maintenance of...

Indian company Essar Ports to build coal terminal in Mozambique

Indian company Essar Ports of the Essar group plans to invest US$500 million to build a new coal terminal in Mozambique and expand the...