By: Esmarie Swanepoel11th May 2016
Metals explorer Apollo Minerals is hoping to raise A$4.4-million to fund its search for new projects.
The ASX-listed junior said on Wednesday that it would seek shareholder approval for a one-for-four share consolidation, thereby reducing its current number of shares on issue to 1.5-million. →
By: Esmarie Swanepoel15th April 2014
The shareholders of junior Apollo Minerals have approved a strategic alliance with High Power Exploration (HPX) to explore for base metals at a new iron-ore copper gold frontier, in South Australia.
At an extraordinary general meeting, Apollo shareholders approved the issue of 50-million shares,... →
By: Leandi Kolver8th March 2013
The acquisition agreement between Southern Africa-focused coal producer Forbes & Manhattan Coal and mining major Rio Tinto subsidiary Riversdale Mining was not cancelled because of Zululand Anthracite Colliery’s performance says ZAC black economic-empowerment partner Maweni Mining Consortium... →
By: Keith Campbell4th May 2012
World number three miner Rio Tinto expects to export its first shipment of coal from its Benga project in Mozambique this month. Benga is in the Moatize district of Tete province, and the coal will be transported by rail along the Sena line to the port of Beira and then shipped to India. →