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There’s liquidity in gas

18th February 2019 Mozambique is no stranger to mega-projects with large foreign direct investments dating back to the 90’s. Mozambique, through its National Oil Company, has again partnered with International Oil Companies for the development of gas resources discovered in offshore Mozambique. RMB’s Oil and Gas... 

Sandvik, Resolute gear up for the fully automated Syama gold mine

By: Kim Cloete     7th February 2019 Global engineering group, Sandvik, is looking forward to moving full steam ahead in its partnership with Resolute Mining to fully automate the Syama underground gold mine.  The Syama underground mine is set to be the world’s first purpose-built, fully automated sublevel cave gold mine. 

IronRidge’s Côte d’Ivoire field activities ‘gaining momentum’

By: Simone Liedtke     4th February 2019 Field activities are gaining momentum in Côte d’Ivoire, West Africa, for Aim-listed IronRidge Resources’ portfolio of projects, as the country enters its dry season for 2019. Commenting on the company’s latest progress, IronRidge COO Len Kolff noted in a statement on Monday that airborne... 

Iamgold updates increase resource in Mali

By: Creamer Media Reporter      31st January 2019 Canadian miner Iamgold has announced an updated mineral resource estimate on the Diakha-Siribaya gold project, in western Mali. The resource comprises 18-million tonnes of indicated resources averaging 1.28 g/t of gold, for 744 000 oz and a further 23.2-million tonnes of inferred resources,... 

Inaugural Two-Day Meeting Signals Major Growth in Opportunities and Economic Ties between Canada and Africa

By: Creamer Media Reporter      29th January 2019 The Canada–Africa Chamber of Business is pleased to announce the inaugural Canada-Africa Business Conference, taking place on 26 and 27 March 2019 in Gaborone, Botswana. Global Affairs Canada, comprising the Canadian government’s international and trade departments, is a leading partner at the... 

Vibrating-equipment manufacturer to expand internationally

By: Martin Creamer     25th January 2019 As part of a new strategic growth thrust spearheaded by highly experienced mining luminary John Wallington, accomplished South African manufacturer of high-quality customised vibrating equipment – Kwatani – is looking to expand significantly further into Africa and internationally, increase its... 

New data management solution to be exhibited

By: Paige Müller     25th January 2019 Mining software solutions specialist MICROMINE will exhibit its new data management solution, the Geobank 2019, at this year’s Investing in African Mining Indaba.  “Geobank 2019 has thus far been a closely guarded secret, but it will be available for delegates coming to our booth at this year’s... 

Digital technology to be showcased

25th January 2019 Digital mining technology is the name of the game as the African mining industry moves toward ever greater efficiency to optimise production within deep and narrow reefs, according to digital mining technology provider Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology. The mining industry and visitors to this... 

BME to focus on product improvement and organic growth 

By: Nadine James     25th January 2019 With commodity prices either stabilising or improving and several mining projects entering the last stages of development or coming online in 2019, explosives company BME aims to enhance its product offering while investing in its existing footprint, says BME MD Joe Keenan. BME will showcase its... 

Asanko Gold Mine Delivers Record Gold Production Of 223,152 Ounces In 2018 Exceeding Upper End Of Guidance

17th January 2019 Asanko Gold  announces production results for the fourth quarter and full year 2018 from the Asanko Gold Mine (“AGM”), located in Ghana, West Africa. The AGM is a 50:50 joint venture with Gold Fields Ltd (JSE, NYSE: GFI) which is managed and operated by Asanko. Q4 and FY 2018 financial and... 

Gold drilling demand ensures solid revenue, contracts for Capital Drilling

By: Marleny Arnoldi     17th January 2019 LSE-listed Capital Drilling exceeded the top end of its revenue guidance of $105-million to $115-million for 2018, on the back of a strong performance at its West African contracts. It earned $116-million in revenue.  

Commodity-Wide Success For Kwatani Screens

15th January 2019 The recent orders won by vibrating screen and feeder specialist Kwatani have cemented its reputation as the leading South African original equipment supplier (OEM) with a truly cross-commodity footprint. Kwatani’s custom engineered products are now in some of the world’s largest mines, and many... 

Panthera granted new exploration licence in Mali

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     14th January 2019 Gold exploration and development company Panthera Resources, which owns assets in India and West Africa, has been granted a new exploration licence, replacing and considerably extending the tenure of the Kalaka licence, in Mali. The replacement Kalaka licence has been granted for an initial... 

Semafo meets FY18 output guidance

By: Tasneem Bulbulia     10th January 2019 Canada-based mining company Semafo produced 244 600 oz of gold in 2018 – in line with guidance of 235 000 oz to 265 000 oz. The company, which operates in West Africa, achieved fourth-quarter production of 95 200 oz of gold, owing to a first full quarter of production at the Boungou mine, in... 

Cora appoints WAI to undertake metallurgical test work at Mali project

By: Simone Liedtke     9th January 2019 West Africa-focused gold exploration company Cora Gold has appointed independent consultancy Wardell Armstrong International (WAI) to undertake a preliminary metallurgical test work programme at the company’s Sanankoro gold discovery, in southern Mali. The test work programme has been designed to... 

Global gold demand growing across market segments, held back by US ETF outflows

By: Marleny Arnoldi     1st November 2018 World Gold Council (WGC) member and market relations head John Mulligan says the third quarter was a strong one for the global gold industry. Although demand increased by only 1%, or 6 t, compared with the third quarter 2017, the 964 t of gold demand recorded in the third quarter was underpinned... 

Randgold, Barrick increase dividends ahead of proposed merger

By: Simone Liedtke     31st October 2018 In connection with the proposed recommended share-for-share merger of Barrick Gold and Randgold Resources, the companies have agreed on increases in the Randgold and the Barrick dividend, as well as an updated dividend policy for the new enlarged Barrick Group. Randgold shareholders will be... 

Endeavour announces maiden resource estimate for Côte d’Ivoire target

By: Simone Liedtke     29th October 2018 TSX-listed Endeavour Mining on Monday announced a maiden resource estimate on the Lafigué target, located within the Fetekro greenfield exploration property, in Côte d’Ivoire, and the identification of 14 additional nearby targets. The maiden Lafigué resource estimate encompasses about two-thirds... 

Mali's first independent power project to start up next week

By: Reuters     25th October 2018 Mali's first independent power project – a €122-million ($139.06-million), 90 MW diesel plant – will go online next week in the country's gold-rich southwest, a board member of the operator said on Wednesday. The new plant could spur more of the foreign investment Mali has struggled to attract... 

Busy year for exploration in Africa

19th October 2018 Exploration in gold has been the main driver of its busy work schedule in Africa this year, while precious gems have also seen strong demand, says engineering consulting firm SRK Exploration Services (SRK ES) senior exploration geologist Oliver Bayley. “We have worked on 25 African exploration... 

Algold assay results exceed expectations

19th October 2018 West Africa-focused junior developer Algold Resources’ preliminary assay results from drilling carried out in July and August on the high-grade Salma-Eleonore East Vein System (SVS) located at the company’s Tijirit gold project in Mauritania have exceeded expectations. The results released last... 

SRK Ghana expanding into other West African markets

By: Nadine James     19th October 2018 As the economic mood in the global mining industry turns towards the better, SRK Consulting’s Accra office, in Ghana, has been making inroads into new markets in Côte d’Ivoire and Togo, SRK Ghana country manager John Kwofie noted in a release last week. He believes that there is potential for... 

Major equipment for Guinea bauxite project delivered

By: Rebecca Campbell     19th October 2018 United Arab Emirates (UAE) group Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA) has announced that the single biggest piece of equipment for its Boké bauxite project has arrived in the Republic of Guinea, in West Africa. Boké is being developed by EGA subsidiary Guinea Alumina Corporation (GAC). The... 

Customisable drive solution enhances operations

By: Paige Müller     12th October 2018 Spain-based inverter manufacturer Ingeteam highlights that its Ingedrive low- and medium-voltage, variable-speed drives (VSDs) provide compact, customisable and powerful drive system solutions for the African mining industry. Ingeteam converters and automation division commercial sales manager... 

Boss sells Burkina Faso project stakes to JV partner Teranga

By: Esmarie Iannucci     3rd October 2018 Uranium developer Boss Resources has struck a A$10-million deal with its joint venture partner Teranga Gold to divest of its interest in the Golden Hill and Gourma projects, in Burkina Faso. Under the terms of the transaction, Boss will sell its shares in Boss Minerals and Askia gold, which... 

'Will I come back dead?' Human costs of South African gold

By: Bloomberg     10th September 2018 fter more than two decades of improving mine safety since the end of apartheid, South Africa’s progress has stalled with an increase in gold-mining deaths. More than 50 people have died in the country’s mines in 2018, roughly the same number as this time last year. While annual death tolls are... 

TAKRAF Africa – a century of service to Africa’s mining and industrial sector

5th September 2018 Integrated solutions provider and equipment supplier TAKRAF Africa will put on display its innovative primary mineral sizer in Hall 9, Stand G03. 

Economic slowdown impacts on modular building demand

By: Paige Müller     31st August 2018 The local modular building industry has been feeling the pinch for the past three months, owing to a slowdown in economic activity in the sectors it serves, states prefabricated modular buildings supplier Kwikspace Modular Buildings. Kwikspace international executive Liam Cafferty is concerned... 

Afri-Tech Mining Supplies

24th August 2018 Launched in 2007, Afri-Tech Mining Supplies has achieved strong growth as a premier supplier of screen and filter cloths for the liquids/solids separation industries. The innovative, dynamic and growth-orientated company, under the expert guidance of founder Richard Arends, has rapidly expanded... 

Alternative energy, efficiency augment fossil fuels

By: Erin Steenhoff-Snethlage     24th August 2018 Alternative energy resources, such as natural gas, solar photovoltaic (PV), wind, biomass and energy storage, will play an increasingly important role in Africa’s energy future and particularly for mines, states global engineering, procurement, construction and consulting company Black & Veatch.... 

Semafo reports two more deaths in restive Burkina Faso

By: Schalk Burger     17th August 2018 TSX-listed West Africa-focused gold exploration and production company Semafo on Friday reported that a bus transporting employees from the town of Bobo-Dioulasso to the Mana mine, in Burkina Faso, had been shot at by armed bandits on Friday morning. One Semafo national employee and one... 

Six killed in armed incident near Semafo’s Boungou mine

By: Simone Liedtke     14th August 2018 West Africa-focused Canadian mining company Semafo on Monday reported that five gendarmes and one subcontractor employee had lost their lives in an armed incident that occurred between the town of Fada and the Boungou mine site, in the Est region of Burkina Faso. While operations at the Boungou... 

Randgold looking across the Atlantic

By: Martin Creamer     10th August 2018 African gold mining company Randgold Resources is looking across the Atlantic along the northern edge of South America, which effectively hosts the same geology as West Africa, where the London-listed company has its biggest gold-mining base. This is in addition to intensifying exploration... 

Watershed changes hands

By: Esmarie Iannucci     10th August 2018 ASX-listed Vital Metals’ A$15-million sale of its Watershed tungsten project, in Queensland, has been completed. The company in May this year struck a deal with fellow-listed Tungsten Mining to divest of the asset. 

Maida Ntuli

By: Martin Creamer     10th August 2018 This week Mining Weekly features Maida Ntuli, Senior Mining Engineer AEL Mining Services, a company that develops, manufactures and supplies commercial explosives, initiating system and blasting services for the mining and construction markets 

MICROMINE Africa showcases its solutions at WAMPEX 2018 in Ghana

8th August 2018 Leading mining software solutions and services provider MICROMINE Africa attended the West African Mining & Power Expo (WAMPEX) at the Accra International Convention Centre in Ghana from 30 May to 1 June. WAMPEX is a major expo in the region, attracting over 1 400 industry professionals from over... 

AFC welcomes completion of, first shipment from Guinea bauxite mine

By: Nadine James     8th August 2018 Infrastructure development finance institution Africa Finance Corporation (AFC) on Wednesday announced the on time completion of the Bel Air mine, in Guinea, and its first shipment of high-grade bauxite to China.  The construction of the mine was completed on time and within budget.  

Drilling results confirm continued high-grade mineralisation

3rd August 2018 Exploration and development company Algold Resources – focusing extensively on gold deposits in West Africa – recently announced its preliminary assay results from its Phase IV 15 000 m drilling campaign, which was carried out on its Tijirit property, in Mauritania. Algold is developing the... 

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