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Delta Mining Consolidated

Van Niekerk denies DMC allegations of intellectual property theft

Heine van Niekerk, the former CEO of Delta Mining Consolidated (DMC), has denied claims of intellectual property theft from the South Africa-based coal exploration company. DMC and Aim-listed Sable, which holds a majority stake in DMC, stated...
2nd July 2012

Exploration company acquires 70% stake in Limpopo prospecting rights

Aim-listed resources company Sable Mining Africa announced a positive update on the Springbok Flats coal project, in the Limpopo province, in South Africa.
12th August 2011

Study demonstrates economic viability of coal project in South Africa

Aim-listed resource company Sable Mining Africa reports that the bankable feasibility study (BFS) on exploration and mining company Delta Mining Consolidated’s (DMC’s) Rietkuil coal project, in South Africa, supports the viability of an openpit...
8th July 2011

Sable granted mining rights for Mpumalanga coal project

Aim-listed Sable Mining Africa has been awarded a mining right for its flaghsip Rietkuil coal project, by the South African Department of Minerals and Energy. The granting of the right is the next step in the development of a mine at Rietkuil,...
11th February 2011

London Mining sells remaining stake in DMC

Aim-listed London Mining has agreed to sell its 27,5% stake in Delta Mining Consolidated (DMC) to resources investment company Sable Mining for $40-million in cash and shares. Sable already held a 72,5% stake in DMC, which held an interest in a...
23rd April 2010

Sable Mining acquires additional stake in DMC

Aim-listed resource investment company Sable Mining on Thursday announced that it would acquire a further 36,5% of South African-based exploration and mining company Delta Mining Consolidated (DMC). Sable Mining CEO Andrew Groves said that DMC...
1st April 2010
Editorial Insight

Pamodzi Gold gets R7,5m for water pumping Liberia clears Delta of impropriety, iron-ore trades on exchange for first time

The South African government’s Department of Minerals and Energy (DME) last week deposited R7,5-million into the account of the provisionally liquidated Pamodzi Gold East Rand to enable it to fight off the dangerous rising water onslaught at the...
8th May 2009

Delta to bid for Liberian iron-ore after cleared of impropriety allegations

Diversified South African exploration and mining company Delta Mining Consolidated (DMC) was “actively looking” at a number of investment opportunities in Liberia, now that the country’s government had cleared its name of allegations of bidding...
30th April 2009
Editorial Insight

BHP Billiton investing, maintaining volumes, new Barrick CEO sees ‘exciting’ time for gold, Delta sues Liberia govt over iron-ore concession

The world’s largest mining company, BHP Billiton, is proving exemplary, even during the worst global financial meltdown since the 1930s. Read on page 4 of this edition of Mining Weekly that BHP Billiton is maintaining its sales volumes and...
16th January 2009

Delta sues Liberia govt over iron-ore concession

Diversified resources firm Delta Mining Consolidated is taking legal action against the government of Liberia, challenging the State's decision not to award a $1,6-billion iron-ore concession to the company, despite having earlier declared it the...
22nd December 2008

Liberia ordered to halt iron-ore rebidding process pending review – Delta

The Liberian Public Procurement and Concessions (PPC) Commission has ordered the government to halt all action in the rebidding of the Western Cluster iron-ore project pending the completion of a review, diversified mining and exploration group...
5th November 2008
Editorial Insight

Anglo says Africa is now where China was in 70s, Liberia still silent on iron-ore 'disqualification', some cash-crunched miners taking royalty route

Africa is now at the stage where China was in the seventies – ripe for investment and poised for attractive investment returns, says Anglo American South Africa head Kuseni Dlamini on page 22 of this edition of Mining Weekly.
10th October 2008
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