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Baobab Resources

Baobab appoints FD

London-listed Baobab Resources on Friday announced the appointment of current CFO and new business manager Frank Eagar as FD and executive of the company. As a business development executive, Eagar had been instrumental in the origination and...
15th August 2014
Base metals & graphite

Junior miner’s optimism for Mozambique projects boosted

Australian junior Metals of Africa (MTA) has reported encouraging results at both its Mozambican projects. These are the Montepuez Graphite project in Cabo Delgado province and the Rio Mazoe (including Changara) base metals project in Tete...
25th July 2014

Three high-priority base metal targets identified at Moz project

London-listed Baobab Resources on Tuesday announced that its joint venture (JV) partner in the Mozambique-based Changara project, ASX-listed Metals of Africa (MTA) has identified tree new high-priority base metal targets within the project area....
15th July 2014

Baobab advances DFS on Tete vanadium, pig-iron project

Baobab Resources continues to advance a definitive feasibility study at its pig-iron and ferrovanadium project, in Mozambique’s Tete province, with pilot-scale smelting trials currently under way to investigate the behaviour of vanadium during...
3rd July 2014

Pig-iron plant construction expected to start in 2015

Baobab Resources’ 759-million-tonne global pig-iron resource can potentially increase production from one-million tonnes to four-million tonnes a year
Mozambique-focused exploration company Baobab Resources aims to complete the definitive feasibility study (DFS) for its flagship pig-iron and ferrovanadium project in the country’s Tete province by the end of this year, says Baobab Resources MD...
6th June 2014

Further testing confirms pig iron potential of Baobab’s Moz play

Mozambique-focused Baobab Resources says a second round of bench-scale beneficiation, reduction and smelting tests of oxidised iron-ore at its project in the Tete province has “again” demonstrated that a low impurity pig iron product can be...
11th April 2014

Drill results lift resource block at Baobab’s Moz play

A recent infill drilling programme at Mozambique-focused Baobab Resources’ 85%-owned pig iron and ferrovanadium play, the Tete project, has enlarged the Tenge resource block by 29-million tons to 222-million tons. Prior to the infill drilling...
27th March 2014

Tete pig iron and ferrovanadium project, Mozambique Restricted

Project management services company Tenova Mining & Minerals South Africa is conducting the definitive feasibility study for Baobab’s pig iron and ferrovanadium project.
14th March 2014

Tenova Mining & Minerals SA awarded Baobab Mozambique DFS

Project management services company Tenova Mining & Minerals South Africa – an operating arm of the global Tenova Mining & Minerals group – on Tuesday announced that it was carrying out a definitive feasibility study (DFS) for...
11th March 2014
Company Announcement

Tenova Mining & Minerals South Africa awarded DFS for high quality pig iron project PDF Available

Tenova Mining & Minerals South Africa, the South African market focused black empowered operating arm of the global Tenova Mining & Minerals Group, has been nominated to carry out a definitive feasibility study (DFS) for London Stock...
11th March 2014

Drill programme lifts head grade at Baobab’s Tete iron play

Molten pig iron A 2013 drilling programme at the Tenge resource block of Baobab Resources’ pig iron and ferrovanadium project, in the Tete province of Mozambique, has revealed “significant” intercepts and reported an average head grade of 42% iron. These...
12th February 2014

London-listed miner to build $1bn pig iron plant in Mozambique

Mozambican-based mining company Capitol Resources, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the London Stock Exchange AIM-listed Baobab Resources, is to invest $1-billion in the construction of a pig iron plant in the Moatize district of the south east...
7th February 2014
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