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SA’s acid mine drainage treatment bill at R9bn-10bn

Water Affairs: the cost would mostly fall on consumers.

Could Xtract Resources be the new Pan African?

Xtract Resources is a very small AIM listed junior looking primarily to develop low cost gold and base metal projects with key team members who had some success in the past in building Pan African Resources.

Prepare for bull market to shock even most ardent goldbugs – Taylor

The big, bull-market picture. Gold juniors with cash and good projects are trading at tiny fractions of their worth. But not for long. Interview with The Gold Report

Prepare for bull market to shock even most ardent goldbugs – Taylor

The big, bull-market picture. Gold juniors with cash and good projects are trading at tiny fractions of their worth. But not for long. Interview with The Gold Report

DRDGold temporarily suspends new FFG gold tailings treatment section

World’s largest gold tailings reprocessor, DRDGOLD, has had to temporarily suspend its recently constructed high grade section to investigate technical problems which have affected overall recoveries.

Taking stock of the junior market: It’s getting better

Mickey Fulp takes stock of the junior market – with a bit of advice from the Beatles.

Environmental NGO seeks court order to close Utah uranium mill

Colorado’s Energy Fuels denies being cited for radon pollution violations emanating from tailings at the nation’s sole uranium mill.

Throwing stones in a glass Dacha: The West’s metal vulnerabilities

Christopher Ecclestone of Hallgarten & Company addresses supply issues the West faces with Russia as adversary.

Namibian uranium miners face rise in water price

Paladin Energy says uranium miners in Namibia, already coping with water shortages in the semi-arid Erongo region, face a steep rise in costs.

BHP Billiton spin-off = good value

Observers of South Africa’s mining scene tell Mineweb BHP’s reported plans for a spin out company could go over well for shareholders.

On Canada’s upstart exchange: A rose by any other name…

Here Christopher Ecclestone of Hallgarten and Company weighs in the chances the TSX Venture’s chief Canadian competitor gains appeal.

Geopolitical shifts make betting on gold a sure thing – Bogner

The crisis in Crimea is seen as the beginning of a larger global power shift from West to East. Stephan Bogner gives a European viewpoint on what these shifting power dynamics will mean for gold in a Mining Report interview.

BHP Billiton weighs spin-off of unloved assets

The global miner plans to focus on its large iron ore, copper, coal and petroleum businesses, while selling off smaller, less profitable operations.

Lacking social license on mining projects ‘extraordinarily expensive’ – Danielson

Mining’s record on social license is often seen as poor, but one sustainability expert is confident mining can lead the way.

Bullish case for uranium, that ‘demand growth keeps chugging along’

In this interview with The Energy Report, David Sadowski explains the forces that will push the price of uranium and the companies that are likely to benefit.

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