Saturday , July 13 2024

Business

Ferrodrill Namibia (Pty) LTD

A Namibian drilling company since 2006, has completed numerous successful projects throughout the country. The list of satisfied clients is extensive with references available.   OUR FLEET CONSISTS OF: 10x RC drillrigs 12x Core drillrigs Related support rod trucks, water trucks, compressors, boosters, crew carriers, LDV’s   OUR FOCUS AREAS …

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Madison Metals Strikes Uranium Jackpot in Namibia

Canadian miner Madison Metals has unearthed promising signs of a significant uranium deposit at its Khan project in Namibia.  This exciting development occurs after a drill hole (KM5RC003) intersects strong uranium mineralization over minable widths. “This is a game-changer for Madison Metals,” enthused Duane Parnham, Executive Chairman and CEO, in …

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AFSIC to drive Africa’s sustainable growth

Organisers of the annual Africa focused investment conference AFSIC- Investing in Africa expect over 1400 delegates, at C level or similar from both Africa and the rest of the world, to engage in the African investment ecosystem. With over US$6bn worth of deals and investment opportunities profiled on site last …

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Seriously safe boots for the mining industry

With Africa holding 30 percent of the world’s mineral reserves, the industry is poised for further investment as operations scale across the continent, notably in Southern and central Africa. Bata Industrials South Africa, a South African-based safety shoe manufacturer, believes in the need to begin with the basics of a …

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Rich rewards result from investing in WearCheck’s training

Rich rewards result from investing in WearCheck’s training Ensuring that condition monitoring customers whose maintenance staff undergo ongoing technical skills training earn significant returns from their investment into the training courses, is a priority for condition monitoring specialist company, WearCheck. Maintenance crew members can choose from more than 15 courses …

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Innovator Grace Akinyi Awarded USD$25,000 Research Grant as Winner of 2024 Mining Competition

The conclusion of the Mining Innovation and Research Battlefield 2024 at the Mining Indaba in Cape Town has revealed Grace Akinyi, Founder of Women in Mining Kenya, as the deserving winner. The competition, organised by the Development Partner Institute (DPI) and Investing in African Mining Indaba, provided a platform for …

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Trafigura and Kamoa-Kakula sign agreements to become first customers of the Lobito Atlantic Railway

Trafigura and Kamoa-Kakula have today agreed long-term commitments to transport minerals via the Lobito Atlantic Railway for a minimum term of six years. The terms of the Reserved Capacity Agreements were signed during the Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa and mark the first long-term commercial commitments to the …

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Africa’s greatest gold mine attain top greenest spot

Kibali, the largest gold mine in Africa, is now also one of the greenest mines on the African continent, Barrick President and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Bristow announced recently. Much of the electricity that drives Kibali is already supplied by its three hydropower stations.  Once the mine’s new 16 megawatt …

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SKF unleashes raid to stamp out counterfeit bearings

Authorities, with collaborative support from SKF, recently conducted a large, highly effective raid action on a very well-known bearing seller of SKF bearings in Cape Town. The bearing seller, who has been on SKF’s radar for quite some time, has been selling counterfeit SKF bearings to numerous customers in the …

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New SKF quick lubrication review tool hits market

SKF is proud to introduce SKF Quick Lubrication Review, an innovative new tool that enables customers to discover more about their plant lubrication practices and compare them with industry peers and competitors with the view of enhancing their own procedures. “Correct lubrication is essential to machine and plant uptime, especially …

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