One ‘Zamazama’ dead, 46 arrested in South Africa’s Witwatersrand Basin

Mining News Pro - About 700 tonnes of gold-bearing material valued at about $148,500 (ZAR2.5 million) has been recovered in a multidisciplinary enforcement action on eight premises on Monday in South Africa’s West Rand, part of the historic Witwatersrand Basin.

Glencore unit pleads guilty to bribery in Africa

Mining News Pro - A British subsidiary of Glencore (LON: GLEN) formally pleaded guilty on Tuesday to the seven charges of bribery brought against the mining and commodities trader by the UK Serious Fraud Office (SFO), which relate to the firm’s oil operations in Africa.

South African trade unions sign wage deal with Sibanye

Mining News Pro - Two South African trade unions have signed a three-year wage agreement with miner Sibanye Stillwater on June 11, one of the unions said on Sunday, removing the last hurdle to restarting operations at its gold mines in the country.

Ghana’s 2021 gold output falls to 13-year low, loses spot as Africa’s top producer

Mining News Pro - Ghana’s gold production fell 30% last year to its lowest in more than a decade, knocking the country off its spot as Africa’s top producer, the president of the mines chamber said on Friday, blaming a taxation change and operational challenges.

South Africans’ hair reveals heavy metal exposure from mining at Witwatersrand

Mining News Pro - An international team of researchers is analyzing individual hair samples from people living and working around the Witwatersrand basin near Johannesburg to determine the degree of uranium contamination and identify which populations are most at risk.

Africa’s accelerated energy transition should leave no-one behind

Mining News Pro - As the world pivots towards a green energy transition in the fight against climate change, Africa faces a generational opportunity to create new supply chains drawing upon its ‘Aladdin’s cave’- like endowment of mineral wealth, a keynote panel at the African Mining Indaba heard on Tuesday.

Barrick Gold eyes more copper assets in Africa

Mining News Pro -Barrick Gold wants to add more copper assets to its African portfolio due to a looming deficit and high prices for the industrial metal, which is also a key component in the making of electric vehicles (EVs) and vital to the renewables sector.

Bristow pleads with African miners to create ‘partnerships for prosperity’

Mining News Pro - A renewed focus on creating meaningful partnerships between miners, host communities and governments is quintessential to unlocking economic prosperity for African stakeholders, Barrick Gold CEO Mark Bristow told the audience at Investing in Africa Mining Indaba on Monday.

Gangs stealing cables miles underground torment South African platinum mines

Mining News Pro - South African miners are battling a growing threat miles underground in the world’s deepest platinum shafts: Gangs stealing copper cables and disrupting operations.

Pan African announces high-grade drilling results at Barberton Mines

Mining News Pro - Gold miner Pan African Resources has announced that exploratory drilling into the down-dip extention of the orebodies at its Barberton Mines, in Mpumalanga, has yielded successful and significant high-grade drilling results, with visible gold in several drill intersections and development ends.

Africa leading green hydrogen projects

Mining News Pro - African countries captured 11% of the globally announced 163 GW of green hydrogen projects during the past year.

Top Gold Mines in South Africa

Mining News Pro - This list, compiled by Further Africa, highlights the top 10 gold mines in the country by proven gold reserves

Perseus Mining secures key stakes in two African gold assets

Mining News Pro - Perseus Mining has struck a deal to acquire a 15% stake in Canadian junior Orca Gold from Resolute Mining, which will give the Australian gold producer stakes in two promising assets in North and West Africa.

Coal slurry dam spills near historic South African game reserve

Mining News Pro - Coal mining wastewater spilled near a historic South African game park last month, raising community concerns about the environmental effects.

BHP back to Africa with Tanzania nickel investment

Mining News Pro - BHP (ASX, LON, NYSE: BHP) has committed to invest $100 million in a huge nickel project in Tanzania, UK-based private company Kabanga Nickel said on Monday, as the world’s largest miner seeks to expand its portfolio in commodities deemed key to the green energy transition.

Africa’s crackdown on informal gold miners spreads to Mali

Mining News Pro - Mali is getting closer to bringing in new rules to better control artisanal gold mining and overtake South Africa as the continent’s second-biggest producer.

South Africa’s manganese output expected to grow – report

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s manganese output is expected to increase strongly, with Roskill predicting that the country will account for around half of the additional global manganese ore production over the next decade.

S. African port operator Transnet restores some operations at Richards Bay after fire

Mining News Pro - South African monopoly port operator Transnet said on Monday it had restored many of its operations since a fire broke out at its Richards Bay terminal last week, but that it still needed to ensure affected areas where safe before resuming others.

S. African port operator Transnet declares force majeure at Richards Bay terminal

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s monopoly port operator Transnet late Friday declared a force majeure at its Richards Bay Bulk Terminal, it said in a statement, following a fire that broke out at the port on Wednesday.

South Africa needs to ramp up critical minerals exploration as world decarbonises

Mining News Pro - The South African mining sector can remain internationally competitive and support socioeconomic development only if it drives decarbonisation and adapts to the global shift in commodity demand towards minerals used in green sectors such as renewable electricity and electric vehicles (EVs), a new study shows.

South Africa should not rush move away from coal

Mining News Pro - South Africa must manage its transition away from coal-fired power generation systematically and not rush a switch to renewable energy sources, Mining and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe said on Thursday.

Minerals Council South Africa developing 2050 Net Zero Action Plan

Mining News Pro - The Minerals Council South Africa is developing a Net Zero 2050 Action Plan and pathway towards achieving the goal of net zero greenhouse-gas (GHG) emissions.

‘Just Transition Transaction’ can unlock fiscal space for South Africa’s low-carbon shift

Mining News Pro - A Just Transition Transaction (JTT) that enables South Africa to secure highly concessional finance from rich countries in return for accelerated decarbonisation would help create the fiscal space required to take such a programme forward, a new Meridian Economics study asserts.

South Africa miners back gradual move away from coal-fired power

Mining News Pro - South Africa’s mining industry has given its backing to moving the continent’s most developed economy away from coal but said it must be done gradually and responsibly.

South Africa mines plan $2.7 billion investment in power generation

Mining News Pro - Mining companies in South Africa are considering spending as much as 40 billion rand ($2.7 billion) to construct 2,000 megawatts of power generation capacity, said Roger Baxter, chief executive officer of Minerals Council South Africa.

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