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SA company wins social services bid for Malawi graphite mine

11th May 2018 South Africa-based integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM has produced the winning bid for social services for mining company Sovereign Metals’ Malingunde graphite project in the Lilongwe district, in Malawi. The Malingunde graphite project is prospective for saprolite-hosted flake... 

AECOM provides social services for Malawi graphite project

11th April 2018 Integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM produced the winning bid for social services for Sovereign Metals’ Malingunde graphite project in the Lilongwe District in Malawi. AECOM received a request for proposal from Sovereign Metals’ Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP), Dhamana... 

Scoping study proves up at Sovereign's Malawi project

By: Esmarie Swanepoel     1st September 2015 A scoping study into the Duwi flake graphite project, in Malawi, has confirmed that the project could support the production of 110 000 t/y of graphite concentrate over an initial mine life of 20 years. Owner Sovereign Metals on Tuesday said the scoping study estimated an initial capital... 

SacOil reports ‘satisfactory’ progress at African projects

By: Natalie Greve     10th March 2014 South Africa-based independent African oil and gas company SacOil has reported “satisfactory” progress at its existing portfolio of exploration and appraisal assets in Nigeria and Malawi, further confirming that it continued to evaluate several opportunities to secure new value-accretive acreage... 

Atomic energy body urges Africa to accelerate development of uranium resources

By: Marcel Chimwala     24th January 2014 International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) technical officer Harishnan Tulsidas has urged African governments to accelerate their efforts to develop uranium resources if they are to realise their vision of adequate economic growth that could help lift millions out of poverty. Speaking at an IAEA... 

Malawi signs energy deals with Chinese firms

By: Marcel Chimwala     28th June 2013 The Malawi government has signed several agreements with companies from the People’s Republic of China to implement multimillion-dollar projects in the country’s energy sector, which the Malawi government will finance using proceeds from loans obtained from Chinese banks. Energy Minister Ibrahim... 

Australia’s Globe on track for start of construction at Malawi niobium project

By: Marcel Chimwala     18th January 2013 ASX-listed Globe Metals & Mining says preparations are on track for the construction of its Kanyika niobium mine in Malawi’s northern district of Mzimba. 

Successful system secures more work in Africa

By: Gia Costella     13th July 2012 The successful implementation of risk management services provider NOSA’s multiple integrated risk-assessment and control-level evaluation software system (Miracles) at the Kayelekera mine, in Malawi, in 2010, has secured the company further business at African mines, says chief information... 

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