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SOUTH AFRICA: Dilokong plant exceeds design capacity

Mine-to-Metals specialist Jubilee Platinum reports on the performance of its subsidiary Jubilee Tailings Treatment Company and its recently commissioned and now fully operational chrome recovery plant, which is part of... Read more about 'SOUTH AFRICA: Dilokong plant exceeds design capacity'...

CONFERENCE: IMARC to shine a light on Australia

The leading mining business event in Australia has been launched this year as part of state inbound trade missions. Read more about 'CONFERENCE: IMARC to shine a light on Australia '...

Tough year for miners toughens them up further - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

PwC has released its 2016 Mining Report stating the world’s top 40 mining companies made a collective $27 billion loss in 2015, wiping out all the gains made during the... Read more about 'Tough year for miners toughens them up further - comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

BURKINA FASO: Kollo project study looks at open pit mining

Vital Metals advises that a scoping study has started to assess the viability of an open-pit mining and processing operation to exploit gold mineralisation at its 100%-owned Kollo gold project... Read more about 'BURKINA FASO: Kollo project study looks at open pit mining'...

TANZANIA: Mbeya Coal to Power Project review completed

Kibo Mining, the Tanzania focused mineral exploration and development company, announces that the review of the Mbeya Coal to Power Project’s (MCPP) Power Definitive Feasibility Study (PDFS) has been completed. Read more about 'TANZANIA: Mbeya Coal to Power Project review completed'...

DRC: Rain does not deter Mpokoto gold project drilling

Armadale, the AIM quoted investment company focused on natural resource projects in Africa, has updated its ongoing exploration program at its Mpokoto gold project in the Katanga Province of the... Read more about 'DRC: Rain does not deter Mpokoto gold project drilling'...

GHANA: Wa development funding reduced to $142 million

Ghana gold explorer and developer Azumah Resources announces the review and update of the March 2015 Feasibility Study has substantially reduced capital funding requirements by $54 million to $142 million... Read more about 'GHANA: Wa development funding reduced to $142 million'...

Sudan hits top two gold producers - comment by Yolanda Torrisi

Sudan is poised to become Africa’s number two gold producer and ninth globally. Sudan’s move up the gold producing rankings follows from 2015 when South Africa was named the continent’s... Read more about 'Sudan hits top two gold producers - comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

SIERRA LEONE: Gangama project in commissioning phase

Sierra Rutile’s Gangama project reached a significant milestone with the completion of plant construction activities and it will shortly enter the final phases of commissioning. Read more about 'SIERRA LEONE: Gangama project in commissioning phase'...

SOUTH AFRICA: Production increases for DRDGOLD

DRDGOLD has reported a 4% increase in quarterly gold production for its first quarter to 1187 kg, in spite of a 7% decrease in throughput to 5,896,000 tonnes. Read more about 'SOUTH AFRICA: Production increases for DRDGOLD'...