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GHH fills the 7 tonnes gap

The manufacturer of heavy duty mining equipment GHH has launched a remarkable LHD. It comes with the biggest bucket and the best power rating, for highest operating slope angles, in the seven tonnes payload class. All that combined in a super low emission, super compact package. The GHH team are …

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Tata International Africa introduces a ground-breaking five-year warranty on its entire commercial vehicle range across the continent

Tata International Africa has become the first company in Africa to introduce a best-in-class standard warranty of five years on its entire Medium, Heavy and Extra Heavy Commercial Vehicle range. This first-of-its-kind Pan African five-year warranty applies to the full range of Tata Trucks and Buses as well as Daewoo …

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Diamond Miner envisions carbon-neutrality by 2030

The De Beers Company is on its way towards becoming a carbon-neutral diamond miner and marketer. By 2030, carbon neutrality at its mines in Botswana, Canada, Namibia and South Africa, as well as in its other activities around the diamond pipeline around the world, is expected to be reached by …

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Mining set to benefit from Continental Free Trade Area

Namibian political scientist and international relations specialist Dr Ndumba Kamwanyah says the recently consummated African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) would require more than just the signatures of the continent’s 55 political leaders to operate. While the operationalization of the AfCFTA was a historical moment for Africa, Dr Kamwanyah said …

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Virus vaccine hopes propel copper to a two-year high

Base metals have climbed this month on signs of progress in developing a drug to combat Covid-19, which would help economies reopen and global growth recover. But there are still immediate fears that fresh lockdowns – especially in the US – could bring renewed pressure on economic activity. The Trump …

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Lepidico’s Namibia project set to receive US financing

Lepidico, an ASX-listed company, has entered into a formal mandate with the US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) to carry out a thorough analysis and evaluation of the Phase 1 Karibibib project in Namibia to determine whether the project is eligible for DFC funding. Detailed due diligence will be performed …

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Mining Indaba 2021 goes virtually

Organisers of the continent’s biggest mining jamboree – African Mining Indaba have announced postponement of the event, slated for early next year. Simon Ford, Portfolio Director at Investing in African Mining Indaba the decision has been propelled by the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. “We are sorry to announce the 2021 edition …

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STEINERT’s New E-book on Tramp Metal Removal

STEINERT has launched an e-book on tramp metal removal equipment selection. The company has a range of magnets for use in tramp metal removal applications, and the book simplifies the selection decision-making process. “All equipment used in the recovery of minerals needs to be protected from collisions with tramp iron …

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Pix4D and SAP start a joint innovation project for the 3D inspection of transmission masts

Lausanne, Switzerland, Pix4D, technology pioneer and market leader in industrial photogrammetry software solutions, announces that it is starting a joint innovation project with SAP® to open up the market for drone-based, digital 3D inspections for telecommunications companies. SAP, a global leader in ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software, has included Pix4D …

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GV Gold increases production with the help of digital technologies

GV Gold, also known as Vysochaishy, one of the fastest-growing Russian gold mining companies, has rolled out the Zyfra OpenMine fleet management system (FMS) at its Ugakhan Mine in Russia’s Irkutsk Region in Siberia. The implementation of the project has resulted in a year-on-year ore production volume increase of 11%. …

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