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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... 

Kibaran signs graphite supply agreement with Japanese major

8th August 2016 ASX-listed Kibaran Resources has signed a binding exclusivity agreement with Japanese commodities trading giant Sojitz for the supply of graphite concentrate produced at its Epanko project, in Tanzania. Under the agreement, Kibaran will be the sole supplier of Tanzanian graphite to Sojitz for... 

Kibaran raises $2m for Tanzania graphite project

22nd February 2016 Australian junior Kibaran Resources is poised to finalise project financing for development of its Epanko graphite project, in Tanzania, after raising $2-million through a share placement at 15c apiece. As an additional funding mechanism, the placees would receive one free attaching option for... 

Company optimistic about rebranding despite downturn

22nd January 2016 Multidisciplinary engineering and technology provider thyssenkrupp, formerly ThyssenKrupp, will showcase its new branding at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba as it tackles the scarcity of new projects in the mining sector.  
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Moyane says complaints about Sars damaging the economy

South African Revenue Service commissioner Tom Moyane told MPs on Tuesday that attacks on the organisation were damaging the South African economy as it had led to lower levels of tax compliance. “Those who launch unwarranted attacks on Sars should know that they are impacting negatively on our... 

South Africa's drought a 'harvest of dysfunction' – Oxfam

The ongoing drought has exposed "hazardous shortcomings" in the planning and management of the country’s water resources, according to report by Oxfam SA released on Tuesday. Government officials and politicians calling the drought a "God-given" event, and their palpable relief that rain had... 
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