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2018 shows signs of best prospects for Africa – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

At this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, Standard Bank outlined that African mining has the best prospects of success it has experienced in a decade. Read more about '2018 shows signs of best prospects for Africa – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

GUINEA: $3 billion alumina investment outlined

Construction of an alumina refinery forms part of a US$3 billion total investment project outlined by the SMB-Winning consortium for the Republic of Guinea. Read more about 'GUINEA: $3 billion alumina investment outlined'...

BOTSWANA: Pangolin drills multiple diamond targets

Pangolin Diamonds Corp has started drilling multiple kimberlite pipe targets at its wholly-owned Malatswae and Moenyenana diamond projects in Botswana. Read more about 'BOTSWANA: Pangolin drills multiple diamond targets'...

MADAGASCAR: Top graphite processing engineer for Molo

NextSource Materials Inc has secured the services of leading graphite metallurgist and process engineer Oliver Peters to oversee commissioning of the Molo graphite mine in Madagascar. Read more about 'MADAGASCAR: Top graphite processing engineer for Molo'...

ANGOLA: Tango secures diamond partnership

Tango Mining Limited has formed a partnership with CC Mining Limited (CCML) with regard to diamond projects in Angola. Read more about 'ANGOLA: Tango secures diamond partnership'...

CONFERENCE: Invitation to Zimbabwe Mining Investments

Zimbabwe has turned a new leaf, announced new investor-friendly mining policies and is open for business. The country is set on rapidly growing its economy with mining investors being key players. Read more about 'CONFERENCE: Invitation to Zimbabwe Mining Investments'...

Indaba buoyed by new sense of hope – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Although South Africa’s ongoing Mining Charter has left a dark cloud over this year’s African Mining Indaba in Cape Town, it appears a new sense of hope is creating some... Read more about 'Indaba buoyed by new sense of hope – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

MINING INDABA: African mining is at a crossroads

The mining industry’s unique ability to function as a primary driver of economic growth in Africa will be impaired or even destroyed unless mining companies and their host countries work... Read more about 'MINING INDABA: African mining is at a crossroads'...

ZIMBABWE: Open for business

Zimbabwe’s Minister of Mines Winston Chitando told an invited group of delegates to the Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town this week that Zimbabwe’s mineral resources are under-explored... Read more about 'ZIMBABWE: Open for business'...

DRC: Kipushi cobalt production later this year

Cape Lambert Resources told delegates at the Investing in African Mining Indaba this that it intends to begin mining cobalt later this year at the Kipushi Tailings Project in the DRC. Read more about 'DRC: Kipushi cobalt production later this year'...