Health and safety Salica and its diseases
Silica is found in many sands, stones and rocks, and in the products containing them. The mineral is abundant, one of the most common on earth. The form of silica of concern to
20 Sep 2017
Time to engage social issues The growing focus on managing social and environmental impacts in the male-dominated mining sector is creating entirely new fields of opportunity for female professionals and leaders
In the past few years, hardly a quarter goes by without the news headlines announcing another mine brought to a standstill—or a new project stalled—by public protest
20 Sep 2017
Doors open in mining for leaders to manage social risk The growing focus on managing social and environmental impacts in the male-dominated mining sector is creating entirely new fields of opportunity for female professionals and leaders like Vassie Maharaj, who is now a Director, partner and Principal Consultant in stakeholder engagement and social risk management at the highly respected SRK Consulting, based in Johannesburg
In EY’s 2016/2017 top ten business risks for the mining and metals sector, the social license to operate ranks fourth on the ranking. Maharaj’s contribution as a
13 Sep 2017 - S. B.
Introducing new Head of Performance Materials Thandeka Molakeng is the new Head of Sales for BASF’s Performance Material Division in Africa
In this capacity, Thandeka will be responsible for the division’s sales for the entire African continent, with the exclusion of Egypt and Sudan. “I am truly looking
13 Sep 2017
AMSA AND SAFEGUARD DUTIES A slap in the face of the steel downstream
All attempts to stop the implementation of safeguard duties have failed. According to an announcement by the Department of Trade and Industry (the dti), safeguard duties came
04 Sep 2017
Media release Three More Solutions for Clariant’s Sustainability Excellence EcoTain® label
This week, Clariant’s EcoTain Panel approved three more solutions for the organisation’s sustainabilty excellence including GlucoPure Sense
25 Aug 2017
Is the African mining and natural resources sector becoming uninvestable? Warren Beech , Global Head, Mining Subsector, Hogan Lovells, Johannesburg & Jessica Black Livingston, Deputy, Mining Subsector, Hogan Lovells, Denver.
At the recent Africa Forum hosted by Hogan Lovells, in London, a number of common, positive themes came through: Africa is a continent of endless possibilities and opportunities;
25 Aug 2017
Wits Mining School Sampling award for Wits Mining School stalwart
Professor Dick Minnitt (third from left), JCI Professor of Mineral Resources and Reserves at Wits University’s School of Mining Engineering, received the Pierre M Gy
25 Aug 2017
Western Cape Government’s newest office building constructed with Corobrik Western Cape Government’s newest office building constructed with Corobrik face brick on track for 5-Star Green Star SA as-built rating
Designed to achieve the illustrious 5-Star Green Star SA rating for its sustainability, the Green Building in Bellville, Western Cape has been constructed using a number of
21 Aug 2017


RW1
R1
R1
R1

This edition

Issue 35
Current


Archive


Mining_Magazine Do we need more nuclear energy going forward? https://t.co/yOmktfT81v https://t.co/Xk04ZUZcjV 6 days - reply - retweet - favorite

Mining_Magazine The Big Time Strategic Group BBQ Awards will be hosted at Emperors Palace, on the 20 October 2017. Read more… https://t.co/R5IdLMb0fm 6 days - reply - retweet - favorite

Mining_Magazine Thandeka Molakeng is the new Head of Sales for BASF’s Performance Material Division in Africa… https://t.co/C4bSDeemNr 11 days - reply - retweet - favorite

  • Ousi Mthombeni
  • Leon Louw
  • Bareng Geoffrey Mogorosi
  • Sanele Mtshali