“Do you like history?” The man asked me this while refilling his glass at the sink. He had gestured toward mine also but I had waved him off. 1,196 more words
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The regulations governing mining in South Africa are in desperate need of revision. This was brought to the fore again last week with the deaths and arrests of “Zama-zama” artisanal gold miners, a fact underlined by word that government is contemplating seriously a new compensation regime for mine workers. 791 more words
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Unit monitors State land and mineral resources Serafina Silaitoga | The Fiji Times | September 24, 2016 THE Mineral Resources Department has upgraded its environment unit to properly monitor and control development of State land or mineral resources.
The mineral sands miner Sierra Rutile and its Australian counterpart IIuka Resources that is interested in a $215million merger have agreed to extend their talks over the merger for another 30 days. 78 more words
Two un-named mining companies hired Chinese to survey New Britain Trench — Papua New Guinea Mine Watch
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Golden task for vessel’s maiden trip Echo Yang | Shanghai Daily | September 24, 2016 CHINA’S first privately funded oceanic research vessel “Zhang Jian” returned to Shanghai yesterday after its maiden voyage off the coast of Papua New Guinea in the Pacific Ocean.