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Electra Mining Botswana to showcase latest products and technologies

6th September 2017 Botswana’s largest mining, industrial and power generation exhibition will be showcasing the latest products and technologies, equipment and machinery, and cutting-edge systems and services when it opens its doors in September. Taking place at the Gabarone Fairgrounds from 12-14 September,... 

‘Exceptional’ rare earth grades confirmed at Burundi prospect

10th August 2017 Independent laboratory testing recently undertaken at the Gasagwe prospect at LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths’ Gakara project, in Burundi, has returned an average total rare earth oxide (TREO) grade of 62.17%. This grade compares favourably with the average grade of 57% contained within... 

Gold deals underpin second-quarter M&A activity

4th August 2017 The value of global merger and acquisition (M&A) activity in the second quarter of 2017 increased by 13% on the previous quarter, to $14.8-billion, and by some 71% on the previous quarter, advisory firm EY reported. While deal volumes during the quarter declined slightly from 117 deals in the... 

Kibaran to progress Epanko project with $10.9m capital raise

17th August 2016 ASX-listed Kibaran Resources will start key development preparations and initiate expansion studies for its Epanko graphite project in Tanzania, after raising $10.9-million through a share placement. The placement was completed at 23c apiece, representing a 14.8% discount to Kibaran’s last... 
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Zambezi River Authority says Kariba Dam works on track

The $294-million Kariba dam rehabilitation project (KDRP) is progressing steadily, with the plunge pool currently in the implementation phase and the spillway refurbishment works under procurement, the Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) said on Friday. The authority, which operates, maintains and... 

Weak growth, rising debt could trigger deeper downgrades – SARB

South Africa's failure to stabilise the country's fiscal situation could see its credit rating downgraded deep into junk territory, the central bank said on Friday, just hours before two rating agencies were due to announce their decisions. Africa's most industrialised economy is on the brink of... 
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