About Us

MINEVIK Machinery is a leading and pioneering enterprise with the most advanced international level in R&D, manufacturing and selling of large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

large-scale crushing & screening plants and beneficiation plants.

All of our equipment have got ISO international quality system certification, European Union CE certification and Russian GOST certification.

  • In central China-Zhengzhou, covering 140 thousand square meters
  • Win-win cooperation and create more value to customers
  • Exported large quantities and high-end mobile crushing plant and milling equipments to Russia, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Ecuador, South Africa, Nigeria, Turkey more than 100 countries .

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Our Products

AS a leading global manufacturer of crushing and milling equipment, we offer including quarry, aggregate, grinding production and complete stone crushing plant. We also supply individual crushers and mills as well as spare parts of them.

Services

Our goal is to guarantee the excellent operation equipment with high safety for our customers and minimize the downtime of the machine by predictive maintenance. Kefid service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

SERVICE AND SUPPORT

Minevik service and original accessories can be 100% trusted at the time of maintenance.

ACCESSORIES CENTER

striving to enable customers to get the parts in the nearest place.

SALES MARKET

Our sales market is spread all over more than 100 countries and regions

hiv aids and the mining sector in south africa

HIV/Aids still a major challenge in SA mining

A key challenge in the area of health within the context of the South African mining industry remains the issue of HIV/Aids, says South Africa's Chamber of Mines health advisor Dr Thuthula Balfour

Mining industry in Africa is making TB epidemic worse

Jun 02, 2010· The presence of a large mining sector in African countries is a strong influence on the severity of a country’s TB epidemic, especially in countries with a high HIV prevalence, and more needs to be done in the mining industry to control TB, a new Oxford University-led study has found.

The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the South African Mining Industry

The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the South African Mining Industry Izak Fourie CEO and Senior Consultant, The Health Monitor Company I will give you some insight into HIV/AIDS as a disease and its pathogenesis; some figures on the South African epidemic and the general epidemic; a little bit about

HIV/Aids in the mining industry: what are we doing about

Regional Significance in South Africa. For HIV infection, Southern Africa is still the most severely affected part of the world. This has particular resonance in the mining industry, which is a strong private sector player in the region, and particularly for Anglo American, whose historical roots in the continent continue to this day.

‘Dying for gold’: the effects of mineral mining on HIV

Mining activity is also found to be significantly linked to the spread of HIV/AIDS at a population level in Africa , such that the risk is not isolated to just the mining community. As Aaron Motsoaledi, health minister of South Africa, notes, “if TB and HIV are a snake in Southern Africa, the head of the snake is here in Southern Africa.

THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS ON THE MINING SECTOR IN

HIV/AIDS has affected the mining sector in South Africa, as well as to assess this sector’s awareness and response to the epidemic. A questionnaire was sent to 977 operating mines, quarries and mineral processing plants. A response rate of 10.8% was achieved. The survey shows that the impact of HIV/AIDS on the mining sector has been severe.

HIV/AIDS in South Africa Wikipedia

HIV/AIDS is the most serious health concern in South Africa. The country has the highest number of people afflicted with HIV of any country, and the fourth-highest adult HIV prevalence rate, according to the 2019 United Nations statistics.. According to a UNAids dataset sourced from the World Bank, in 2019 the HIV prevalence rate for adults aged 15 to 49 was 37% in Swaziland, 25% in Lesotho

TIPS The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the South African Economy

Even though the approaches, assumptions and results may vary greatly in the macroeconomic models employed in estimating the impact of HIV/AIDS on the South African economy, the overriding message that these models convey remains the same: the cost of HIV/AIDS to South Africa will be significant in economic, social and human terms.

Mining industry in Africa is making TB epidemic worse

The presence of a large mining sector in African countries is a strong influence on the severity of a country’s TB epidemic, especially in countries with a high HIV prevalence, and more needs to be done in the mining industry to control TB, a new Oxford University-led study has found.

How Hiv Aids Affect The Mining Industry Commerce Essay

The purpose of this paper is to examine the affects that HIV/AIDS can have on the mining industry in South Africa. I aim to look at how does HIV/AIDS affects to the mining industry. My goal is to show that HIV/AIDS has its direct and indirect impact on the business and that it plays a major role in the business environment today.

The impact of HIV and AIDS on Africa's economic development

Jan 26, 2002· In South Africa, for example, around 60% of the mining workforce is aged between 30 and 44 years; in 15 years this is predicted to fall to 10% (R Elias, University of Botswana, personal communication, 2000) (figure). In the South African healthcare sector 20% of student nurses are HIV

Fact Sheet on the mining industry and HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS

Fact Sheet on the mining industry and HIV/AIDS Introduction HIV/AIDS in South Africa has increased rapidly over the past decade from almost zero in 1990 to about 5.0 million people living with HIV/AIDS in 2001. Already 334 000 people were AIDS sick at the end of 2001 and this level is expected to treble to 1.4 million AIDS sick by 2009/2010.

The impact of HIV/AIDS on the mining sector in South

This report strives to highlight how and to what extent HIV/AIDS has affected the mining sector in South Africa, as well as to assess this sector’s awareness and response to the epidemic. A questionnaire was sent to 977 operating mines, quarries and mineral processing

HIV/AIDS in South Africa Statistics, Facts, and History

To counter this, South Africa created an “HIV & AIDS and STI (Sexually Transmitted Infection) Strategic Plan.” The history of HIV and AIDS history within South Africa. First case in AIDS of South Africa was first diagnosed in 1983 when two patients appeared to carry the disease. The first AIDS-related death was recorded in 1983.

Mines, Migration and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa

into South Africa has increased the spread of HIV/ AIDS in their countries of origin. Consistent with this interpretation, the association between HIV infection and being a miner or a miner’s wife are not statistically significant in Zimbabwe, a country where the mining industry is local and does not involve migrating to South Africa.

of Migrants and Mobile Populations in Southern Africa

Mining Sector Report 2. HIV Vulnerability in the Mining Sector in Southern Africa 2.1 The Mining and Minerals Sector in Southern Africa In southern Africa, mining is a major economic contributor, not only in terms of the number of people employed but also the foreign exchange its exports earn. Countries which have large

THE IMPACT OF AIDS ON THE EDUCATION SECTOR IN

the potential impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on the education sector in South Africa. The project started in December 1999, and is near completion. While the objective was to provide an overview of im pacts, evaluating the Lifeskills Programme was not included in the scope of work. That subject is part of an ongoing evaluation project.

Mines, Migration and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa | Journal

The size and the labour-intensity of the mining industry created job opportunities for the men of southern Africa, who have been, throughout the century, the major source of employees for the mining sector in the Republic of South Africa. Ninety percent of the 700,000 workers employed in the South African mines in 1980 were non-whites (Lucas, 1985

[South Africa] HIV/Aids in the mining industry: what are

Dec 12, 2016· [South Africa] HIV/Aids in the mining industry: what are we doing about it? – by Dale Benton (Mining Global – December 11, 2016) December 12, 2016 in Africa Mining, International Media Resource Articles, Mining Accidents, Deaths, Cave-Ins and Industrial Disease.

Anglo American and the fight against HIV and TB in South

Dec 01, 2017· With history and firm roots in South Africa, as well as 23 mines today, the company is invested in supporting the health of local communities and tackling the epidemic of HIV in the industry. In 2000, HIV prevalence in the mining industry was growing and access to treatment was a remote possibility for many. Action was desperately needed.

THE IMPACT OF AIDS ON THE EDUCATION SECTOR IN

the potential impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on the education sector in South Africa. The project started in December 1999, and is near completion. While the objective was to provide an overview of im pacts, evaluating the Lifeskills Programme was not included in the scope of work. That subject is part of an ongoing evaluation project.

Mines, Migration and HIV/AIDS in Southern Africa | Journal

The size and the labour-intensity of the mining industry created job opportunities for the men of southern Africa, who have been, throughout the century, the major source of employees for the mining sector in the Republic of South Africa. Ninety percent of the 700,000 workers employed in the South African mines in 1980 were non-whites (Lucas, 1985

[South Africa] HIV/Aids in the mining industry: what are

Dec 12, 2016· [South Africa] HIV/Aids in the mining industry: what are we doing about it? – by Dale Benton (Mining Global – December 11, 2016) December 12, 2016 in Africa Mining, International Media Resource Articles, Mining Accidents, Deaths, Cave-Ins and Industrial Disease.

Anglo American and the fight against HIV and TB in South

Dec 01, 2017· With history and firm roots in South Africa, as well as 23 mines today, the company is invested in supporting the health of local communities and tackling the epidemic of HIV in the industry. In 2000, HIV prevalence in the mining industry was growing and access to treatment was a remote possibility for many. Action was desperately needed.

(PDF) Mines, migration and HIV/AIDS in southern Africa

The authors interpret these results as suggesting that miners'migration into South Africa has increased the spread of HIV/AIDS in their countries of origin. Mines, Migration and HIV/AIDS

HIV/Aids still a major challenge in SA mining

A key challenge in the area of health within the context of the South African mining industry remains the issue of HIV/Aids, says South Africa's Chamber of Mines health advisor Dr Thuthula Balfour

Dust, TB and HIV: the ugly face of mining in South Africa

May 26, 2015· Nowhere is this paradox more acute than in South Africa, a country with the biggest HIV caseload in the world and an economy founded on mining. Sipho, died of Aids. “The passing of my

Fighting the joint epidemics of HIV and TB in South Africa

Tackling HIV in the South African mining industry . Unfortunately HIV and AIDS continue to dominate the modern healthcare agenda, particularly in South Africa, which has the world’s worst HIV epidemic. It was estimated in 2015 that 7 million people are infected with the virus 1.

HIV and AIDS in South Africa | Avert

South Africa has the biggest and most high-profile HIV epidemic in the world, with an estimated 7.7 million people living with HIV in 2018.1 South Africa accounts for a third of all new HIV infections in southern Africa.2 In 2018, there were 240,000 new HIV infections and 71,000 South Africans died from AIDS-related illnesses.3 South Africa has the largest antiretroviral treatment (ART

AIDS denialism in South Africa TAC, the coming of ARVs

By contrast HIV and AIDS were first identified in South Africa in gay men around the 1980s. By the late 1980s doctors had begun to warn of a significant HIV and AIDS epidemic and the first heterosexual AIDS cases were diagnosed in late 1987. The need for a community based HIV & AIDS program was first publicly acknowledged in 1990.

The Impact of HIV/AIDS on the South African Economy: A

models employed in estimating the impact of HIV/AIDS on the South African economy, the overriding message that these models convey remains the same: the cost of HIV/AIDS to South Africa will be significant in economic, social and human terms. However, the accuracy of the models

Anglo American: fighting the joint epidemics of HIV and TB

It's World AIDS day today, Stefaan Van der Borght, Global Head of Health, Anglo American discusses how the mining company fights the joint epidemics of HIV and TB in South Africa Part 1 As an industry with inherent health and safety threats, the mining sector has

Between Cause and Cure: The Mining Industry and HIV/AIDS

At the 2010 HIV/AIDS conference in Durban, the South African gold mining sector came under heavy criticism from medical practitioners, ex-miners, advocacy groups and the South African Minister of Health for its part in the tuberculosis crisis that affects the industry and its workforce.

How the mining industry is dealing with the fight against

South Africa’s mining industry is conscious that, for a range of reasons, tuberculosis (TB) and HIV-Aids are a special challenge for our members and their employees. The industry has taken on

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