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AMVI modifying DSO operations to increase Agata revenue

By: Leandi Kolver Joint venture company Agata Mining Ventures (AMVI) was modifying its high-iron/low nickel direct shipping ore (DSO) operations to include shipments of ore containing higher nickel content to increase revenues at its Agata nickel laterite project in the Philippines. AMVI, in which TVI Resource... 

Etango heap leach plant construction on track

By: Creamer Media Reporter ASX-listed Bannerman Resources on Wednesday said the construction of its Etango heap leach demonstration plant, in Namibia, was on track for completion early in 2015. The activities completed since awarding the contracts in September included the establishment of the site infrastructure,... 

Allied Nevada optimises Phase 1 of Hycroft mill expansion

By: Mariaan Webb US precious metals miner Allied Nevada Gold has lowered the cost of the first phase of its Hycroft mill expansion project by reviewing the construction sequence of infrastructure and other components. The company said on Wednesday that it could begin operation of the first line of the mill for a... 

Allied Nevada optimises Phase 1 of Hycroft mill expansion

ABG shareholders approve name change to Acacia Mining

By: Leandi Kolver African Barrick Gold (ABG) shareholders on Wednesday voted in favour of the company’s proposed name change to Acacia Mining, with the new name to come into effect on Thursday. ABG earlier this month explained that its core objective was to develop a business that was recognised as a leading... 

Cartesian invests in IC Potash subsidiary

By: Creamer Media Reporter Cartesian Capital Group has made a $10-million strategic investment in project developer IC Potash (ICP) subsidiary Intercontinental Potash Corp USA (ICPUSA), which owns the Ochoa sulphate of potash project, in New Mexico. Cartesian had acquired 500 000 class A preferred shares of ICPUSA at a... 

SA coal-related R&D inadequate – ASSAf

By: Leandi Kolver South Africa’s investment in coal-related research and development (R&D) was inadequate, given the fact that coal would continue to dominate the country’s energy supply for the foreseeable future, a recent study by the Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) showed. In its study, titled ‘The... 

SA coal-related R&D inadequate – ASSAf

Forsys reports positive metallurgical results for Namibia project

By: Creamer Media Reporter SGS South Africa has completed a metallurgical study on Namibia-focused uranium explorer Forsys Metals’ Norasa project, which comprises the Valencia and Namibplaas projects. The metallurgical study was a major component of the feasibility study (FS) for the project, which was being prepared by... 

Botswana must diversify – Khama

By: Anine Vermeulen Botswana should focus on establishing a diamond sector that was second to none, President Ian Khama said during the thirteenth Confederation of Commerce, Industry and Manpower in Maun, this week. He noted that the relocation of diamond aggregation and sales to Gaborone, as well as the development... 

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