Giyani grabs trio for K.Hill study

Giyani grabs trio for K.Hill study

Feasibility work will be taken on by three mining engineering and technical consulting companies

Development

17 DECEMBER 2019
Getting some air

Getting some air

Donna Schmidt looks at mining's ventilation sector and new products making the industry safer

Ground rules

Ground rules

Various factors need to be taken into account when designing ground support systems for underground hard-rock...

Transport

18 OCTOBER 2017
Designing out the stress

Designing out the stress

Rock stress increases significantly with increased mining depth

Geomechanics / Ground ...

22 SEPTEMBER 2017
Let it flow

Let it flow

The ventilation system in an underground mine plays a vital role in removing air contamination

Development

26 MAY 2017
Forum panel explores big data questions

Forum panel explores big data questions

Unique Australian forum examines the future role(s) of geoscientists in a fast-changing data management...

Exploration

10 APRIL 2017
To the last drop

To the last drop

What happens if there is not a readily available supply of water for mining applications?

Natural resources

14 NOVEMBER 2016
The dawning of a new era

The dawning of a new era

What are the biggest changes that you have seen in mining over the past four years?

Editor's comment

23 SEPTEMBER 2016
Industry Leaders Audio Interview: Iestyn Humphreys

Industry Leaders Audio Interview: Iestyn Humphreys

MM looks at the changing face of mining consultancy with Iestyn Humphreys, managing director of SRK UK...

Industry comment

22 AUGUST 2016
Shaft sinking starts at Platreef

Shaft sinking starts at Platreef

Permanent sinking work has begun on Shaft 1 at Ivanhoe Mines' Platreef mine in South Africa

Logistics

15 JULY 2016
SRK Consulting merges with MVS

SRK Consulting merges with MVS

SRK Consulting is merging Mine Ventilation Services' (MVS) ventilation services into its US practice...

Development

29 APRIL 2016
The future of tailings storage facilities

The future of tailings storage facilities

Learning from mistakes - and successes - of the past is a key to required risk-management advances