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4th April 2014
 
IRON-ORE

African Minerals in profit, disappoints on outlook

Sierra Leone-focused iron ore miner African Minerals gave 2014 production and cost forecasts slightly worse than analyst expectations on Thursday, as it posted an annual core profit compared with a loss the previous year. The company said it was...
3rd April 2014
 
EBOLA OUTBREAK

Miners in lock-down in Guinea as Ebola death toll hits 84

Foreign mining firms have locked down operations in Guinea and pulled out some international staff, executives said on Wednesday, as the death toll from suspected cases of Ebola there hit 84. The West African nation's government said four new...
3rd April 2014
 
Tenders

Africa

Tenders for work in the rest of Africa excluding South Africa
28th March 2014
 
DIAMONDS

Stellar’s new Guinea project offers significant resource potential

The latest addition to Aim-listed Stellar Diamonds' development portfolio, the Baoulé project, in Guinea, could be a game changer for the firm, chairperson Lord Peter Daresbury said on Thursday. A joint venture partnership in December with...
20th March 2014
 
DIAMONDS

Stellar Tongo bulk sampling yielding high grades, quality diamonds

Aim-listed Stellar Diamonds on Tuesday reported that bulk sampling as part of the definitive feasibility study (DFS) at its 1.1-million carat Tongo kimberlite dyke project, in Sierra Leone, continued to yield high grades and exceptional-quality...
18th March 2014
 
Mining Services

Heavy minerals miner prioritises energy efficiency, invests in dry mining

Sierra Leone-based heavy minerals miner Sierra Rutile in December entered into an agreement with power provider Smol Pawa Sierra Leone, a wholly owned subsidiary of Canada-based Smol Pawa Energy, which stipulates that the miner will be the...
14th March 2014
 
Company Announcement

Company upbeat despite mining industry challenges PDF Available

Project management software and consulting company SSG Consulting was bullish about its 2014 prospects and intended to at least double its customer base this year, SSG Consulting CEO Steven Golding told Mining Weekly at this year’s Investing in...
7th March 2014
 
MINING INDABA REVIEW

Bank seeks new African investment destinations

LANGER HEINRICH MINE Nedbank and Standard Bank have jointly refinanced Paladin Energy’s Langer Heinrich uranium mine, in Namibia Investment banking services provider Nedbank Capital is seeking opportunities to invest in several greenfield gold projects in Africa, specifically in Ghana, Burkina Faso and Tanzania. Speaking to Mining Weekly at the Investing in African Mining...
7th March 2014
 
MINING INDABA REVIEW

Company upbeat despite mining industry challenges

SERVICING ISOLATED OPERATIONS Many of the new mining projects in Africa are in remote locations and require management platforms that can be accessed from a central hub Project management software and consulting company SSG Consulting was bullish about its 2014 prospects and intended to at least double its customer base this year, SSG Consulting CEO Steven Golding told Mining Weekly at this year’s Investing in...
7th March 2014
 
Copper

Copper investors advised to keep an eye on Zambia

COMMODITY FOCUS
As the largest copper-producing country in Africa, Zambia should be a focal point for foreign investors in 2014
Amid predictions that the copper sector would remain buoyant this year from a pricing and project development perspective, professional services firm EY suggested that investors kept a close eye on Zambia, as it was the largest copper producer in...
7th March 2014
 
Ferrous Metals

European plastic piping company expands African footprint

PIPING SOLUTION INSTALLATION
Polypipe supplied its Ridgidrain high-density polyethylene piping solution to an iron-ore mine in Sierra Leone 
UK-based pipe manufacturer Polypipe is ready to expand its presence in the African market and is homing in on the mining industry, having already secured contracts to supply pipework systems to major mining projects, in Kenya and Sierra Leone, in...
7th March 2014
 
 
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