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  1. The final shape of South Africa’s new mining charter
  2. Autonomous mining: the challenges of independently minded vehicles
  3. MINE Magazine Issue 75
  4. South Africa’s new mining precinct: supporting local innovation
  5. Mining Armenia: protests test the Velvet Revolution

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The final shape of South Africa’s new mining charter

The South African Government has finally approved its much-delayed mining charter. While it is designed to boost black ownership of projects, some observers have argued that it could leave local communities even further out of the loop than before. So will it be an effective instrument?

November’s top news stories

Albemarle signed an exclusivity agreement with Mineral Resources (MRL) to acquire a 50% interest in the latter’s Wodgina lithium project and form a 50/50 integrated lithium joint venture, Chaarat Gold pulled out of the proposed acquisition of both Centerra Gold for $1.52bn and its Kumtor mine in Kyrgyzstan. Mining-technology.com wraps up the key headlines from November 2018.

Autonomous mining: the challenges of independently minded vehicles

Transport and haulage remain some of the most dangerous jobs in mining, with most fatalities and accidents occurring when humans work with vehicles. With opportunities for driverless vehicles on the rise, truck manufacturer ETF is optimistic about the future of automation, but questions remain as to how ready the mining industry is to implement autonomous technology on a large scale.

High-Density Polyethylene Pipe Systems

Piping made from polyethylene is a cost-effective solution for a broad range of piping problems in municipal, industrial, marine, mining, landfill, duct, and agricultural applications.

Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project, Pilbara

Pilbara Minerals’ wholly-owned Pilgangoora Lithium-Tantalum Project is located approximately 120km south of Port Hedland, Pilbara, Western Australia, and roughly 55km from its flagship Tabba Tabba Tantallum Project.

MINE Magazine Issue 75

In this issue: Mining for diamonds on the sea floor, opportunities for driverless vehicles, a closer look at the commodity antimony, creating real-time 3D visualisation for mines, the new Mandela mining precinct in South Africa, and more.

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