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GRAPHITE

Triton starts third-phase drilling programme at Moz graphite project

ASX-listed Triton Minerals on Wednesday said drilling had started at its Nicanda Hill prospect, in Mozambique. The third-phase reverse circulation and diamond-drilling programme, on the southern portion of the Nicanda Hill prospect in the Balama...
23rd April 2014
 
MINERAL SANDS

Testwork confirms presence of heavy minerals at Moz play

Metallurgical testwork at Savannah Resources’ Jangamo mineral sands project, in southern Mozambique, has confirmed the project’s potential to host a “major” heavy minerals system, outlining high-grade zones of heavy minerals with total...
17th April 2014
 
DIAMONDS

Gemfields secures $15m unsecured loan from key shareholder

Aim-listed Gemfields has inked a $15-million unsecured, 12-month working capital facility with specialist natural resources investment company and key shareholder Pallinghurst Resources, the funds of which will be used to “smooth" the company's...
17th April 2014
 
LEGISLATIVE ENVIRONMENT

Campaign under way to pay unclaimed R5bn to 200 000 ex-mineworkers Video Available

Teba CEO Graham Herbert (right) and Martin Creamer JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – A campaign is under way in the mining industry to find more than 200 000 former mineworkers who are owed at least R5-billion in unpaid provident fund, occupational disease and service-award claims. Disabled or...
16th April 2014
 
COMMODITIES

Africa's fast growth transforming commodity flows

For centuries, colonial-era merchants tussled for access to Africa's raw materials, and huge swathes of Africa's geography became synonymous with the main commodity they exported: Gold Coast, Ivory Coast, the Spice Island of Zanzibar. But the...
11th April 2014
 
ENERGY

Gas emerges as potential aid for Zimbabwe energy crisis

As Mozambique's “world-class” gas resources are developed and coal bed methane (CBM) increasingly offers potential, Zimbabwe could seemingly leverage gas opportunities to meet its rising energy demands. Mozambique's gas finds are expected to...
11th April 2014
 
COLOURED GEMSTONES

Gemfields doing ‘De Beers-equivalent’ in emeralds Video Available

Pallinghurst chairperson Brian Gilbertson London-listed coloured-gemstones mining and marketing company Gemfields, which Pallinghurst chairperson Brian Gilbertson says is doing for emeralds what De Beers did for diamonds, is now aspiring to repeat the performance in rubies. Gemfields, in...
11th April 2014
 
Mozambique

Attack halts coal trains in central Mozambique

The current insecurity in central Mozambique directly affected the country’s coal mining sector for the first time at the beginning of the month. A Vale Mozambique freight train, running from the company’s mine at Moatize, in Tete province, to...
11th April 2014
 
EDITORIAL INSIGHT

Mozambique coal train attack, R200m Evander gold project, dump retreat, closure vision

Concern over Vale Mozambique coal train attack; R200-million project to recover gold from dumps; vision for profitable rehab of dumps for postmining economy.
11th April 2014
 
CORPORATE ACTIVITY

Orica secures BEE partner, set to expand African footprint

Leven Moodley and Dallas Wilkinson ASX-listed global commercial explosives and mining and tunnelling ground support provider Orica and South Africa-headquartered investment group Reindus Holdings have partnered to further Orica Mining Services South Africa’s (OMSSA's) African...
7th April 2014
 
Tenders

Africa

Tenders for work in the rest of Africa excluding South Africa
4th April 2014
 
TAXATION

Mozambique expects capital gains tax on mining transactions

Mozambique’s Tax Authority is still pursuing capital gains on the sale of the Benga project to Anglo-Australian mining major Rio Tinto. This was affirmed recently by Tax Authority President Rosário Fernandes at a press conference in Maputo....
4th April 2014
 
 
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