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Bata Industrials, a specialised division of the world’s largest shoe manufacturer, is all about technology and innovation in providing optimum safety, health, comfort and durability for the wearer without compromising comfort. To that end, Bata South Africa have introduced the BATA ECONO RANGE. This new range, which is proudly made …

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Miners urged to adopt digital solutions in recovery plans

Microsoft South Africa says it is working with its partner ecosystem and customers to showcase the power of technology, particularly AI and cloud technologies, in helping the country’s mining industry accelerate digital transformation to “reimagine new and better ways of working, drive sustainable recovery, and transform mining communities”. This follows …

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Energy Efficient Mining for a better tomorrow.

Never has there been more of a need from the mining industry to opt for energy efficient measures on the journey to sustainability as part of a successful energy transition towards a low-carbon future.The mining sector needs to rethink its traditional energy consumption patterns to ensure that the sector de-carbonise. …

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Yet another discovery for Tanzania’s accidental millionaire

A small-scale artisanal miner in Tanzania who became an overnight millionaire in June after his mining firm found two rough Tanzanite gemstones worth $3.4 million, believed to be the world’s largest, has discovered yet another giant violet-blue stone weighing 6.3 kilograms (13.9 pounds). Saniniu Laizer, 52, was handed a dummy …

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Africa Oil & Power 2021 DRC Investment Summit Launches

Africa Oil & Power (AOP) is launching the Democratic Republic of Congo’s first ever DRC Energy & Infrastructure Investment Summit on 8-9 September 2021. With unrealized potential across all areas of the economy, the DRC’s development requires massive investment. AOP welcomes Chinese, European, and African energy, mining, construction, and power …

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Global oil and gas exploration set to slow down

  International oil and gas exploration and production are in the doldrums and won’t likely rebound any time soon. Canada has curtailed its crude output by one million barrels per day (BPD). The country’s active oil and gas rig count had fallen to an all-time low of 17 in early …

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New oil and gas discovery on the Chinese offshore

  Chinese oil and gas company CNOOC has announced that it has made a significant discovery of Huizhou 26-6 in the Eastern South China Sea. According to CNOOC, the discovery is expected to become the first ‘mid-to-large’ sized condensate oil and gas field of the Pearl River Mouth Basin in …

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