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Menar’s CIO Cleavon Moothoosamy, MTN’s Tumi Chamayou and Huawei South Africa’s Jason Shao pen a 5G smart mine agreement for Gugulethu mine.

ICT giants MTN and Huawei have partnered with investment company Menar in a landmark smart mining agreement that is set to change the face of the industry.

The partnership, unveiled on the sidelines of AfricaCom in Cape Town on Wednesday afternoon, will see Gugulethu Colliery in Mpumalanga integrate 5G technology in its operations, boosting safety and production.

Gugulethu is managed through Canyon Coal, a subsidiary of Menar.

The newly developed mine is expected to start producing in early 2024.

Cleavon Moothoosamy, Chief Innovation Officer, Menar.

The company leads in smart mining technology, with Gugulethu as the second of the firm’s second mine using 5G technology provided by Huawei and using MTN’s connection to monitor operations in real time and reduce incidents of injury to staff, damage to property and boost security.

In December 2022 its Phalanndwa Colliery, also in Mpumalanga, signed an agreement with Huawei and MTN to adopt 5G technology.

The MOU comfirms the company’s drive to embrace technology across its operations, according to Innovation Officer Cleavon Moothoosamy.

 “We want to be at the forefront of mining innovation, and this partnership is a bold step towards a future where technology and connectivity redefine the mining landscape,” said Moothoosamy.

Now, the three companies are expected to work together to roll out a three-phased project to install 5G connectivity on the mine campus and shafts.

“Huawei’s technological infrastructure serves as the backbone of this venture and could enable us to leverage cutting-edge solutions to drive productivity and sustainable practices within our operations,” Moothoosamy added.

Tumi Chamayou, Chief Business Enterprise Officer, MTN.

“5G technology is increasingly being adopted in South Africa. At MTN, we are excited to be playing a leading role in this space by using our world-class network and systems to promote the growth and sustainability of our enterprise customers,” said Tumi Chamayou, Chief Business Enterprise Officer at the mobile giant.

“Our bold investment toward network puts MTN in a greater position to offer state of the art, faster and seamless connectivity to its customers.

“The partnership will see all parties involved reaping the benefits of our best network,” she added.

Huawei MTN KAD Account Director Jason Shao added that 5G has successfully improved operational efficiency and mine safety.

“Importantly, 5G supports Artificial Intelligence (AI) based real-time analytics, thus enabling data driven decision making which is critical in the mining environment,” said Shao.