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Upgrading of Namibian tantalite-mine complete Restricted

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The Three Aloes mine has become the largest producer of tantalite in Namibia, following its purchase and subsequent upgrading by Central African Mining and Exploration Company (Camec).
6th September 2002
 
 
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Zambia copper-gold project study advances Restricted

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First Quantum has announced the results of an engineering study for the phase-one development of its 80%-owned Kansanshi copper-gold project, based in Zambia’s Copperbelt.
6th September 2002
 
 
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...strategic review of projects under way Restricted

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The world’s leading platinum producer, Anglo Platinum (AngloPlat), was undertaking a 'complete strategic evaluation' of its expansion project portfolio, which was designed to lift its yearly production to 3,5-million ounces by 2006.
30th August 2002
 
 
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Diamond giant seeks to diversify resource base Restricted

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SOUTH African diamond giant De Beers has re-affirmed its determination to diversify its resource base away from Southern Africa.
30th August 2002
 
 
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Gem miner to empower through procurement Restricted

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Diamond-mining giant De Beers this year intends to outsource goods and services worth R170-million to small and medium-sized businesses owned by previously-disadvantaged people, up from R80-million in 2001.
30th August 2002
 
 
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Malawi set for rare-earth prospecting Restricted

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Malawi: Prospecting work for a strontianite and rare-earth minerals project, which is expected to lead Malawi into the group of the world's leading producers of rare-earth minerals, is ready for commencement.
30th August 2002
 
 
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No decision yet on Gauteng dump-removal project Restricted

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A report-back session of the Gauteng Mining Pollution Forum (GMPF) last month showcased the significant progress made to date by the forum’s two working groups, although a specific action plan for Gauteng mine rehabilitation has not yet been...
30th August 2002
 
 
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Platinum group's capex surges . . . Restricted

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The world’s largest platinum producer, Anglo Platinum, spent R2,5-billion on capex during the six months to June, up 1,5-billion for the comparable period last year.
30th August 2002
 
 
 
 
 
 
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