mine safety

Sibanye’s Cooke operations resume

Sibanye advises that its Cooke operations have resumed normal operations this morning after the illegal industrial action was called-off yesterday following engagement with union representatives. Four employees were injured by unknown assailants in...

Four injured at Cooke operations

Sibanye confirms that four employees were injured by unknown assailants in the early hours of this morning at its Cooke operations. Two of the four employees were seriously injured and are being treated at local hospitals. The incidents are related...

Digital radio to improve mine safety

In mitigating the risks associated with mining activities, clear, efficient and controlled communication is imperative, according to professional radio communications provider Emcom. Much like cellular technology, radio has seen the introduction of...

MIASA urges SADC to consolidate mine safety

The Mining Industry Association of Southern Africa (MIASA) has reiterated the need for the SADC countries to consolidate co-operation on mine safety through sharing of leading best practices and technologies. Addressing delegates at its AGM in...