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UJ’s Atomic Layer Deposition (ALD) facility to be the first in Africa

For the first time in history, a pathway for ALD-enhanced materials to be rapidly developed and transitioned in a UJ laboratory will be available for nearly any application. The laboratory construction is a natural next step in implementing the strategy to establish national nanotechnology in South Africa.

Creating a force for the future of resources and energy

Following the announcement in October 2018 of WorleyParsons’ binding offer for Jacobs’ Energy, Chemicals and Resources (ECR) line of business, the combined new entity has come together under a new brand – Worley – as of 29 April 2019.

While financially an acquisition, operationally the transaction is a combination of two highly complementary organisations that creates a pre-eminent global provider of professional project and asset services in energy, chemicals and resources, offering global sector leadership across hydrocarbons, chemicals, and minerals and metals.

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Mining Weekly | Africa

The latest mining world news and project information from Africa.
  • Eskom tells senior managers unit separation to take 3 to 5 years
    Eskom Holdings, the South African power utility struggling with almost $30-billion in debt, said it will take as long as three to five years to comply with the government’s plan to split the company into three separate units. President Cyril Ramaphosa said in February that the company would be divided into generation, transmission and distribution units to make it more manageable. The split is part of a rescue plan that also committed the government to pay $8.4 billion over three years in bailouts.
  • South African court rules in favour of Vedanta in dispute with Zambian State
    Mumbai-listed diversified miner Vedanta Resources on Friday provided an update in its pursuit of international arbitration, amid a court matter between the miner and State-owned Zambian miner ZCCM, in Zambia, related to their jointly owned Konkola Copper Mines. Justice LR Adams of the High Court in Gauteng, South Africa, on Friday denied ZCCM leave to appeal his July 23 judgment dismissing the application with costs.
  • Kodal lodges Esia for Bougouni project
    Kodal Minerals has completed and lodged an environmental- and social-impact assessment (Esia) for the proposed openpit mining and processing operation at its Bougouni lithium project, in southern Mali. “The submission of the Esia signals the achievement of another significant milestone for Kodal as we continue to focus on the development of the Bougouni lithium project,” CEO Bernard Aylward said in a statement issued on Friday.