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Mining Weekly | Africa

The latest mining world news and project information from Africa.
  • Bell Equipment delivers significantly better results
    Heavy equipment manufacturer Bell Equipment has delivered significantly improved results in 2017, with profit rising to R272.1-million, from R38.6-million in 2016 when the company recorded operating losses of R185-million from its African operations outside South Africa.
  • ARM's Motsepe predicts successful charter, land outcomes
    The executive chairperson of diversified black-controlled mining company African Rainbow Minerals (ARM), Patrice Motsepe, on Friday expressed the firm conviction that South Africa was in the process of reinforcing its position as a competitive mining destination through a positive Mining Charter outcome and widespread consensus on the manner in which the crucial issue of land expropriation is tackled. After ARM declared a maiden R549-million dividend on a 15% increase in half-year headline earnings to R1 945-million in the six months to December 31, Motsepe said he was absolutely confident that current Mining Charter discussions under way would ensure South Africa's position as a competitive global mining destination for investment. (Also watch attached Creamer media video).
  • Papua Mining awarded exploration permit in Australia
    London-listed exploration company Papua Mining has been granted, through its subsidiary BGM Investments, the Monarch exploration permit to mine in Queensland, Australia. The five-year exploration permit covers an area 10 km south of Charters Towers, where six-million ounces of gold has been mined, and 8.5 km north of the Mt Leyshon gold mine, where four-million ounces of gold has been mined.