African Mining Network

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NAMIBIA: 40-tonne vanadium sample sent to China

Golden Deeps Limited has sent a 40-tonne sample of material from the Abenab Vanadium-Lead-Zinc Project in Namibia to Chinese joint venture partner Generous Metals Company Limited (GMC) for test work. Read more about 'NAMIBIA: 40-tonne vanadium sample sent to China'...

EGYPT: Mining licence approved for Hamama

The application by Aton Resources for an exploitation licence at Hamama and its retained exploration areas at the company's Abu Marawat concession area have been approved. Read more about 'EGYPT: Mining licence approved for Hamama'...

SENEGAL: Key approvals for Massawa acquisition

Teranga Gold Corporation and Barrick Gold Corporation have obtained key approvals from the Government of Senegal to proceed to close the acquisition by Teranga of a 90% interest in the... Read more about 'SENEGAL: Key approvals for Massawa acquisition'...

TANZANIA: 4.291 million ounce unclassified resource

Tanzanian Gold Corporation has declared an unclassified mineral resource of 4.291 million ounces of gold for the 1.2km-long Buckreef Shear Zone in Tanzania. Read more about 'TANZANIA: 4.291 million ounce unclassified resource '...

CAMEROON: Eramet granted mineral sands permits

Cameroon’s Ministry of Mines, Industry and Technological Development has granted the three-year exploration permits on the rutile block of Akonolinga to Eramet Group. Read more about 'CAMEROON: Eramet granted mineral sands permits'...

Private power generation a must for South Africa – comment by Yolanda Torrisi

While it is good to see South Africa's government recognise that reliable and affordable power is holding back the country's economy with the mining industry one of the most affected,... Read more about 'Private power generation a must for South Africa – comment by Yolanda Torrisi'...

INDABA: Tietto victorious in Investment Battlefield

Tietto Minerals won the Investment Battlefield challenge at last week’s annual Investing in African Mining Indaba in Cape Town.  The challenge sees junior miners pitch their African projects to investor... Read more about 'INDABA: Tietto victorious in Investment Battlefield'...

MALI: Loulo-Gounkoto beats 2019 guidance

Barrick Gold Corp’s Loulo-Gounkoto complex has again demonstrated its strength, exceeding 2019 guidance with production of 714,802 ounces of gold. Read more about 'MALI: Loulo-Gounkoto beats 2019 guidance'...

SOUTH AFRICA: Vanadium can boost mining

South Africa's government is intent on promoting the image of the country’s mining sector as that of a ‘sunrise industry’ despite years of falling production, strikes and upheaval. Read more about 'SOUTH AFRICA: Vanadium can boost mining'...