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NEXT EVENT 23 June

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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, 23 June 2016

Location

The Wanderers Club
21 North Rd, Illovo, Johannesburg
See Google Map for directions.

Guest Speaker

A leading industry speaker will present at June event

 

African Mining Network 2016 dates:

Thursday, 14 April 2016

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Wednesday, 28 September 2016

PAST EVENTS

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.

Comments

2016-04-28 11:56:28

Change is around the corner, perseverance will be rewarded - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

John Turner, the head of Fasken Martineau’s global mining group, has forecast change is around the corner in what has been a very gloomy mining sector. In a recent report he prepared, he stated: There has been no shortage of challenge and controversy in the Afr...

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2016-04-20 07:50:16

African companies fall behind due to lower productivity - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Declining productivity in what was one of the world’s greatest mining continents, Africa, has meant it has now fallen behind its global peers. A recent report produced by McKinsey, titled Creating Global Mining Winners in Africa, stated that return on investment can b...

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2016-04-13 10:10:11

The mining pain is not subsiding - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Two months since the Mining Indaba was held in Cape Town, the dire warning of Anglo American chief executive Mark Cutifani seems to be living out the reality of the current state of the mining industry. It has been deteriorating for some time amid the worst commodity sl...

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2016-04-07 04:02:56

DRC mining code to remain unchanged - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

The Democratic Republic of Congo has dropped plans to change the country’s mining code. Last month at the Mining Indaba held in Cape Town, Mines Minister Martin Kabwelulu told attendees that the mining code which is currently in place would stay in place. He assured investor...

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News

2016-04-28 11:53:55

TANZANIA: Mbeya Coal Power project IBFS completed

Kibo Mining, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announces that Phase 1 of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project (MCPP), Integrated Bankable Feasibility Study (IBFS), has been successful...

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2016-04-28 11:52:29

BURKINA FASO: Guiro project report filed

Komet Resources has announced the filing of the first technical evaluation report compliant with the 43-101A1 Regulation for its Guiro project located in Burkina Faso. ...

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2016-04-28 11:49:45

TANZANIA: Simplified leach recovery flowsheet for Ngualla

Peak Resources has completed the technical development programs that have resulted in a simplified leach recovery flowsheet for its Ngualla project. The new flowsheet has been successfully trialled on the high grade concentrate produced by the beneficiation pilot plant and is ...

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2016-04-28 11:48:30

OMAN/MOZAMBIQUE: Savannah has plans to value-add

Savannah Resources has made significant progress on implementing a strategy of adding value to assets with near to medium-term production potential and superior operating and capital cost characteristics....

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