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SRK assists mines with water use licence amendments SRK assists mines with water use licence amendments
Applying for and obtaining amendments to water use licences is an ongoing and often time-consuming process for most mines, even when the adjustments are relatively low-risk,
28 May 2018
Mineral Resource and Ore Reserve reporting - SRK Miners must tighten up assurance on Mineral Resource and Ore Reserve reporting - SRK
As the mining sector enters a phase of renewed opportunity, it is more urgent than ever for miners and explorers to assure investors and stakeholders that their Mineral Resource
12 Mar 2018
The Good and the Bad Mining lessons to be learnt from SA - good and bad
Signs of hope - visible in some commodity prices and increased exploration drilling - have lent a more upbeat tone to the buzzing Investing in African Mining Indaba taking place
02 Mar 2017
Mining Indaba interview Vis Reddy of SRK Consulting talks risk management in mining at Indaba 2016
Vis Reddy, Managing Director/Principal Scientist at SRK Consulting Johannesburg talks risk management in mining with Mining Prospectus editor Gregory Simpson at their regular function at the 2016 Mining Indaba
12 Mar 2016
Risk management Scenario planning sharpens mining investment choices
Strategic scenario planning is vital to modern projects, as it forces the promoter or investor to look carefully at all the ‘modifying factors’ that could prevent a geological resource being converted into...
06 Aug 2015
CONSULTING New Appointment Announcement
With 20 years’ experience in groundwater, Hugh Klein has joined SRK Consulting in Johannesburg as Principal Consultant in the group’s water department.
09 Apr 2015
News from abroad SRK Consulting opens Hong Kong Office
SRK Consulting, one of the world’s largest resources consulting groups (and contributor to Mining Prospectus), has opened a new practice in Hong Kong, its 7th in Asia and 50th around the globe.
11 Apr 2013
SA skills shortage Africa desperate for engineering skills in mining
As the mining sector finds itself increasingly short of experienced mechanical and electrical engineers, there is greater reliance on third-party consultants. But this is neither ideal nor sustainable.
27 Feb 2013


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