Blyoor issues again to the fore

Residents of Blyvoor were this week still not sure what their future would bring. According to Blyvoor’s provisional liquidator, Mr Leigh Roering, the mine’s liquidation is set to be finalised towards the end of May, despite the fact that some administration would still have to be done after this time. At this stage only the […]

Demand Spur

The future of the uranium mining industry will be largely dependent on the price of the commodity and the profitability of uranium mines, while demand for uranium in nuclear power stations and potentially for nuclear weapons remains the main driver for the commodity.

Living in toxic wasteland

Two women wage a daily struggle against toxic dust entering their homes and lungs, the legacy of mining on the West Rand, which yielded gold necklaces for some and bleeding sinuses and kidney disease for others. By KYLA HERRMANNSEN for HEALTH-E NEWS.

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