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Illegal mining worth R7bn a year – PwC

Illegal mining worth R7bn a year – PwC JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – The value of illegal mining and dealing of metals and diamonds in South Africa is estimated to be more than R7-billion a year, says PwC. In its latest edition of ‘SA Mine’, the professional services firm equates this to revenue generated from 430 000 oz of gold at the current market price. This ninth-edition work was released shortly ahead of the legitimising of hundreds of illegal diamond miners in Kimberley by Deputy Mineral Resources Minister...

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The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers

The Silent Enemy: How PTSD Damages Our Soldiers An infographic aiming to raise awareness about PTSD in the military. See infographic in detail

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WESTMINSTER MINING TO ATTEND MINES & MONEY, LONDON

WESTMINSTER MINING TO ATTEND MINES & MONEY, LONDON Our M.D. Mike Booton will again attend the Mines and Money conference in London on 29th November. Although his diary is already full with Candidate meetings, he would still welcome meeting any individual CEO or Mining Company there for a confidential talk about recruitment and how we can deliver the people you require. If you have a role to discuss, please email him on “mike@westminstermining.com” and he’ll call you back to arrange a suitable venue/time. Westminster Mining is...

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Will you have the right person on board to ensure your company exploits the recovery?

Will you have the right person on board to ensure your company exploits the recovery? Rio Tinto announce record results today! The market is on the upswing! Will you have the right person on board to ensure your company exploits the recovery? If you’re an executive, shareholder, or HR Director and you have a role to fill that’s crucial to your company’s future, you should call us. We have an unrivalled expertise in finding the right people for small cap mining companies world-wide, quickly and efficiently. Our confidential research based Executive Search...

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AMN – Survey on why South Africa has gone wrong in the Mining Industry

AMN – Survey on why South Africa has gone wrong in the Mining Industry AMN – Survey on why South Africa has gone wrong in the Mining Industry This year’s Fraser Institute survey on investment attractiveness and policy perceptions makes disappointing reading for the South African mining industry. See also Mining industry jobs However, it also contains statistics and information, which when compared with previous surveys, outline where the country has gone wrong. In the policy perceptions index South Africa is Africa’s third worst performer, ranking only...

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Mining Recruitment Jobs

Mining Recruitment Jobs Current vacancies world wide for Mining Recruitment Jobs   New Vacancies (updated to May 2017) Below are our most recent vacancies, and some older ones that indicate the sort of roles we undertake for Mining Recruitment Jobs. Since our work is often confidential, we cannot list here all the Assignments we have at any time, so do send us your details anyway, even if none of the below are of direct relevance to your skills, you never know what else we may be working on. If you wish to apply...

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Hummingbird Resources announce appointment for the Yanfolila Gold Project in Mali

Hummingbird Resources announce appointment for the Yanfolila Gold Project in Mali Hummingbird Resources plc (AIM: HUM), is pleased to announce it has appointed Mr. Kevin Moxham as General Manager for the Yanfolila Gold Project (‘Yanfolila’) in Mali. Mr. Moxham is a professional engineer with over 30 years’ experience in the effective management and commissioning of mining projects in jurisdictions including Ghana, Eritrea, Tanzania and South Africa. Mr. Moxham was most recently General Manager and Head of Operations at Newmont Golden Ridge Ltd. Whilst in this role, he...

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Burkina Faso miners seize gold amid row with Avocet

Burkina Faso miners seize gold amid row with Avocet Miners in Burkina Faso have seized 43kg (94lb) of gold worth about $1.7m (£1.4m), a firm says, and are refusing to return it until they get a pay-off. The gold was seized by a bailiff on behalf of the miners at the main airport in the capital on 7 October. But London-listed Avocet Mining,says it needs the smelted gold back to raise money for the workers’ settlement. The dispute at Inata mine dates back to 2014 and the sacking of 317 workers. • Africa Live: Updates on this and other...

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Sparse on people, but high on hopes

Sparse on people, but high on hopes A special report on Mines and Money Conference in London 28th Nov. 2016. By our M.D. Mike Booton Once again we attended the annual mining conference Mines and Money in London in 2016. It was immediately obvious that yet again the high price of attending had put off many exhibitors and attendees alike. Compared to 2014, there seemed to be half the number of stands. When will the organisers realise that they are so out of kilter with other conferences? One could fly to South Africa, attend the...

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Recent News on our Clients

Recent News on our Clients News on our Clients We’re often asked how our various clients are doing – we think people want to know whether they are recruiting! Here we post a few of the press releases and generally public information on some of their burgeoning operations and geographic areas of operations. This is just a selection of the companies we can mention, although you can appreciate a lot of our work is confidential so we cannot even say who we work for. If, after reading the below articles, you feel...

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