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African Mining Network

AMN was established to develop and build relationships across Africa’s mining community,
and give the world a preview of what is happening in mining in Africa.

Next Event

Thursday, 18 August 2016


The Wanderers Club

21 North Rd, Illovo, Johannesburg

See Google Map for directions.

African Mining Network 2016 dates:

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Thursday, 18 August 2016

Thursday, 27 October 2016

Thursday, 24 November 2016

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View our past events and download the guest speaker presentation.
To view all past events, go to our Presentations page. Our two latest presentations are listed below.



2016-06-29 08:54:31

Mining companies lead way in being most transparent - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

While mining companies attract worldwide attention for their operational and social endeavours in their countries of operation, one thing that is rarely reported about them is how transparent they are in their workings and dealings. A report released by Corruption Watch...

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2016-06-21 03:11:00

Innovation key to growing African mining sector - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Innovation is the key to success in a mining sector plagued by low commodity prices, mining becoming deeper, labour strikes and ore bodies becoming more difficult to find. Deloitte conducted a study recently which specifically looked ...

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2016-06-15 03:03:32

Botswana, Morocco, Burkina Faso look good for investors - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

In north-western Africa sits Morocco – a country steeped in a confluence and French and Spanish colonialism is slowly making its mark. This year Morocco was among the top African countries in the Fraser Institute annual survey of investment attractiveness. It was plac...

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2016-06-08 06:14:10

Mining is Eritrea’s hope to kick-start economy - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Eritrea is one of Africa’s poorest countries and mining is seen as a way to kick-start the economy. With four mines expected to come in operation by 2018 the goals are not impossible, if managed correctly. Artisanal mining has long been undertaken in this country whic...

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2016-06-29 08:52:45

BURKINA FASO: Yaramoko completion expected this month

Roxgold has announced the results of a maiden mineral resource statement for the QV1 target on the Yaramoko permit where the company is constructing the Yaramoko gold project with anticipated completion this month. The resource estimate i...

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2016-06-29 08:50:46

TANZANIA: DFS shows Panda Hill is highly robust

Cradle Resources has released a Definitive Feasibility Study on its Panda Hill Niobium Project in Tanzania demonstrating a highly economic and robust project. Highlights: -          NPV8 pre-tax $796 millio...

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2016-06-29 08:48:52

BURKINA FASO: Tanlouka produces high grade results

Gold developer West African Resources has reported further high-grade RC results from the M1 prospect, at its 100%-owned Tanlouka gold project in Burkina Faso. Highlights: -          RC drilling returns 9 m...

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2016-06-29 08:47:39

TANZANIA: Ngualla rare earth BFS fully funded

Peak Resources has restructured funding arrangements that will fully fund completion of a Bankable Feasibility Study for the Ngualla rare earth project and also result in an increased final equity position in the project. The new arrangem...

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