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At its meeting of 21 July 2017 your Council noted concerns expressed by some of its members regarding the Government Gazette No. 40989 that is open for written representations to reach the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) by no later than Friday, 4 August 2017.

Council resolved that this matter does not fall within the ambit of the SAIMM’s objectives and mandate and the SAIMM will therefore not be making any written response to the DMR. However, any of our members who would like to make a written representation are encouraged to do so in their personal capacity.

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Mining Weekly | Africa

The latest mining world news and project information from Africa.
  • IHS materials index posts sixth gain in seven weeks
    The materials price index (MPI) from Global Insight by IHS Markit has recovered about half the losses it suffered between February and June. The latest reading of the MPI, an index measuring the weighted average of weekly spot prices for a basket of globally traded manufacturing inputs comprising crude oil, chemicals, nonferrous metals, ferrous metals, paper pulp, lumber, rubber, fibres, tech components, and ocean-going freight rates, rose 2.7% last week, its sixth gain in the past seven weeks.
  • Cyclone, Chinese demand boost Mozambique’s Moatize coal mine
    Bad weather in Australia and improved demand in China were the factors driving the higher metallurgical (or coking) coal prices during the second quarter of this year (2Q17), in comparison to the first quarter (1Q17). So stated Brazilian mining group Vale in its report “Vale’s Performance in 2Q17”.
  • Indian companies active in the Moz coal sector weighing their options
    Indian State-owned consortium International Coal Ventures Limited (ICVL) is considering a plan to convert the coal it produces at its Benga operation in the Tete province of Mozambique into gas, to make it easier and cheaper to export fuel to India. This has been stated by Indian Steel Minister Chaudhury Birender Singh, speaking to “The Telegraph” newspaper of Kolkata (Calcutta).