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Junior miner gets new lease of life with successful refinancing process

15th March 2019 London AIM-listed junior miner African Battery Metals (ABM) announced early this month that it had successfully concluded its refinancing process. Last December, ABM was suspended from trading on the AIM because of its poor financial situation. At that time, its obligations to short-term... 

Zinc demand, production to increase over next four years

8th March 2019 Data and analytics company GlobalData has forecast that worldwide zinc production will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.8% between this year and 2022. This growth will be underpinned by production increases and the opening of new mines, in Canada, China, India, Kazakhstan and Mexico,... 

Zinc demand and production to increase over the next four years

1st March 2019 Data and analytics company GlobalData has forecast that worldwide zinc production will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 3.8% between this year and 2022. This growth will be underpinned by production increases and the opening of new mines in Canada, China, India, Kazakhstan and Mexico, and... 

DRC’s new President an ‘unknown factor’ as far as mining is concerned

8th February 2019 The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), lying pretty much in the centre of Africa, is geographically the 11th biggest country in the world and is well-known for its mineral riches. In its most recent (2014) report “The Mineral Industry of Congo (Kinshasa)”, the US Geological Survey (USGS) noted... 

DRC’s new President an ‘unknown factor’ as far as mining is concerned

8th February 2019 The Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), lying pretty much in the centre of Africa, is geographically the 11th biggest country in the world and is well-known for its mineral riches. In its most recent (2014) report “The Mineral Industry of Congo (Kinshasa)”, the US Geological Survey (USGS) noted... 

Mozambique authorities focusing attention on rubies and gold

1st February 2019 The Economy and Environment Committee of the Mozambican Parliament announced in late January that it was to visit the country’s most north-easterly province, Cabo Delgado, to evaluate the socio-economic impact of the province’s mining operations on the adjacent local communities.  

Angola’s 2018 diamond production exceeded forecast

25th January 2019 Angola produced a total of 9.43-million carats of diamonds last year, which brought in revenues of $1.2-billion. These figures were reported to the Angolan news agency Angop by Endiama President Ganga Júnior. Ediama stands for Empresa Nacional de Prospecção , Exploração, Lapidação e... 

Mantashe highlights challenges facing South Africa’s mining sector

18th January 2019 Mineral Resources Minister Gwede Mantashe has stressed that the key factor in the future of South African mining was the human element. He did so when delivering the keynote address at the launch, in Pretoria last month, of a book – "The Future of Mining in South Africa: Sunset or Sunrise" – by... 

Angola approves new rules for rough diamonds

14th December 2018 The Angolan Government last week approved the new regulations concerning the commercialisation of diamonds, the Macauhub news agency has reported. The country’s Council of Ministers (Cabinet) approved the regulations on December 5. The official title of the new set of rules is The Technical... 

Angola approves new rules for rough diamonds

14th December 2018 The Angolan Government last week approved the new regulations concerning the commercialisation of diamonds, the Macauhub news agency has reported. The country’s Council of Ministers (Cabinet) approved the regulations on December 5. The official title of the new set of rules is The Technical... 

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