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Foreword Technology – bringing stability to the oil industry
The oil industry has witnessed extreme crude price volatility in recent years. The dominant causes besides political factors include price speculation, the strengthening of US
19 Sep 2018
Editor's Note The wonderful women of mining
Welcome to another edition of South Africa’s favourite business-to-business mining bi-monthly, as we celebrate the tireless work and dedication shown by the many women of
19 Sep 2018
About Mining Prospectus  
Mining Prospectus, launched in 2011, has been providing insightful content to business decision-makers and procurers within the South African mining sector and has developed a
19 Sep 2018
Reviving Zimbabwe’s economy through mining The country has the potential to turn its current economic situation around.
As the Moti Group prepares to double its investments into Zimbabwe following the removal of Robert Mugabe as president last year, Executive Chairman of the Group, Zunaid Moti,
19 Sep 2018
Empowering SA’s blue-collar female workers Fourth Industrial Revolution technology will allow women to participate in jobs that used to exclude them
Female blue-collar workers have traditionally lacked power in their employment choices, as marginalised and predominantly uneducated workers, but Fourth Industrial Revolution
19 Sep 2018
The 4th Industrial Revolution When bells fall on deaf ears
In the world today, Klaus Schwab, a German engineer, economist and founder of the World Economic Forum, is a prophet. And, as it says in the good book, there are consequences of
19 Sep 2018 - T. S.
Impact of mine dumps on the health of communities In South Africa, mining of gold, coal and other natural resources has played a significant role in the country’s economy
Mining is a major economic activity in many developing countries. In South Africa, mining of gold, coal and other natural resources has played a significant role in the
19 Sep 2018 - V. N.
Behind the big business of tyres Kal Tire was started in 1953 by Thomas J Foord and Jim Lochhead with the goal of servicing the commercial logging operations
Kal Tire was started in 1953 by Thomas J Foord and Jim Lochhead with the goal of servicing the commercial logging operations, that operated in the Okanagan Valley around Vernon
19 Sep 2018 - G. S.
Electra Mining 2018 Imilingo making strides at Electra Mining 2018
As the final day of Electra Mining Africa 2018 themed ‘Diversity Day’ drew to  a close, the Imilingo Mineral Processing team were upbeat about their diversified
17 Sep 2018
Press release Controlling visitor access on mines
Visitors to mining facilities, quarries and processing plants need to be carefully screened to ensure that their entry into the premises is valid. Concurrently, their identity
17 Sep 2018
Africa's oil and gas industry African oil and gas companies need to learn to leapfrog to remain competitive
Africa’s oil and gas industry continues to face market challenges arising from the low oil price, competition for revenue growth and local talent together with new
17 Sep 2018
Digby Wells Environmental Reaffirming the importance of our Heritage
The MeerKAT 64-dish array is a local project managed by the South African Radio Astronomy Observatory (SARAO). It is the pathfinder to the broader Square Kilometre Array (SKA)
12 Sep 2018
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