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Evershed’s unparallelled authority

Eversheds South Africa, the local subsidiary of one of the world’s largest corporate law firms, has a watertight mining team. At the helm is director, Debbie Ntombela – a valuable female mining member and leader whose experience in the industry is...

Emerald Risk Transfer appoints new CEO

Corporate property and affiliated engineering insurance underwriter, Emerald Risk Transfer announced the appointment of current managing director, Bernie Ray, as its new CEO with effect from 1 March 2013. This announcement comes as a result of the...

Fasken Martineau to merge with Bell Dewar

In line with the drive towards excellence in South African law firms, Fasken Martineau, a leading international business law and litigation firm, recently announced that it is merging with Johannesburg-based law firm Bell Dewar. The merger will...
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Botswana’s shining example

Botswana-based service and supply chain management company Transport Holdings intends on retaining its leading position in the country in 2013 and beyond. This means adapting and supplying customised solutions, enhancing its vehicle capabilities...
MINE2-4D 2012

Maximising the value of mineral assets

MineRP has once again raised the bar with the introduction of Mine2-4D 2012. Developed as a focused mine planning application for underground and surface mines, Mine2-4D is able to generate practical scenarios that will maximise the value of your...
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Decades of experience delivers

MDM Engineering’s drive to regain its position as the premium gold processing specialists in Africa is gaining momentum as the company’s gold project portfolio grows bigger, executive director George Bennett tells Laura Cornish. “Our rapidly...
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Group Five cements its African position

Group Five’s largest business cluster, construction, is driven by a single strategic goal: to position itself as the mining construction partner of choice for all major and junior mining companies across Africa, writes Laura Cornish. The BEE Level...