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African mining expected to continue growth despite government demands Restricted

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Mining companies face a more challenging mining environment, as African governments are demanding greater contributions from mining companies operating on the continent, advisory firm Deloitte has warned.
27th January 2012
 
 
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Australia seeks to strengthen African mining ties at indaba Restricted

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The Australian Trade Commission (ATC), which is the sponsor of the Ministerial VIP networking programme at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba, says it is keen to strengthen diplomatic relations with all 54 countries on the continent.
27th January 2012
 
 
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Australia-based company acquires required funding, to begin work on Kenyan operations Restricted

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Mineral sands developer Base Resources is in the process of securing further offtake parties for its Kwale product, as the miner looks to start construction of the Kenyan project in April or May of this year.
27th January 2012
 
 
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Booming mining sector translates into Zambian contracts for motors supplier Restricted

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Interest in the burgeoning African mining industry continues to increase, with this year marking the eighteenth annual Investing in African Mining Indaba, and numerous contracts awarded to mining suppliers.
27th January 2012
 
 
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Borrowing funds likely to become more costly Restricted

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The short-term financial outlook for the international mining industry is somewhat pessimistic, as borrowed funds are likely to become difficult to access and a more expensive means of funding projects.
27th January 2012
 
 
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Carbon dioxide a minor issue, says mathematician Restricted

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Carbon dioxide (CO2) is not the main cause of global warming, states scientific modelling and mathematical research company Science Speak president Dr David Evans, who will deliver a keynote address at this year’s Investing in African Mining...
27th January 2012
 
 
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Coal miner seeks partners for anthracite product Restricted

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Australia-based coal developer ZYL is seeking potential offtake partners for the anticipated anthracite product from its proposed 1.5-million-ton-a-year Mbila project, in South Africa.
27th January 2012
 
 
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Cobalt, tantalum and rare earths among main topics at indaba’s commodities review Restricted

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The increased global interest in minor metals will shape the Commodities Review and Outlook ferroalloys and minor metals’ presentation at the 2012 Investing in African Mining Indaba, says commodity research and consultancy company Core Consultants.
27th January 2012
 
 
 
 
 
 
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