Wednesday, November 13, 2019

WearCheck acquires reliability testing company, boosts services

Durban-based condition monitoring specialists, WearCheck, have bought Anglo Field Services (AFS), which adds three new established divisions to the company’s comprehensive reliability solutions portfolio,...

XRT technology recovers 1,758 carat diamond in Botswana

TOMRA Sorting Mining technologies have enabled Lucara’s diamond mine in Botswana to discover an unbroken 1,758 carat stone The diamond is the largest to be...

Cummins debuts new gas generator

Cummins has debuted the HSK78G natural gas generator series at the 2019 Middle East Electricity (MEE) at the Dubai World Trade Centre. The equipment is...

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...

THIESS WINS $1.7B CONTRACT IN BOTSWANA

CIMIC Group’s global mining services provider, Thiess, through Majwe Mining Joint Venture (Majwe), has secured a A$1.7 billion contract at Debswana Diamond Company’s Jwaneng...

Rank rises for Wits School of Mining Engineering

The University Of Witwatersrand School Of Mining Engineering has again scooped a better position in the QS World University Rankings to 13th place in...

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...

Amid uncertainties African mining shows steady progress

Despite escalating trade wars keeping commodity prices in check as well as increased regulatory challenges across the continent generally, the mining team at Standard...

Cummins Inc. celebrates centennial year

The Fortune 150 listed company, Cummins Inc. is celebrating its 100th year as a company throughout 2019. With employees over 60 000 worldwide and serves...

Equipment sales remain under pressure

Plant equipment sales remained largely unchanged recording a decline of just 21 units over last year’s figure of 1455 machines sold during the third...