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The South African mining industry is years ahead of its international peers when it comes to local and community engagement, Australia-listed Jupiter Mines, which owns 49.9% of the Tshipi manganese mine in South Africa’s Northern Cape, told its... 

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CAA Mining actively drilling for lithium in spodumene in Ghana – research firm
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Non-independent researcher SP Angel has reported that mining and exploration company CAA Mining is actively engaged in drilling operations to delineate a new lithium-in-spodumene resource in Ghana.... 

Woodside and Mexico Pacific sign LNG supply deal
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Australia’s Woodside has signed a sales and purchase agreement with Mexico Pacific to purchase 1.3-million tonnes a year, equivalent to about 18 cargoes a year, of liquefied natural gas (LNG) for... 

Desert Metals receives strong support for placement
Updated 9 minutes ago By: Mariaan Webb

ASX-listed Desert Metals has received commitments for a placement of shares and attaching options to raise A$3.75-million to fund drilling and exploration in Côte d’Ivoire and to continue... 

Power Minerals nears offtake, funding agreement with Xiamen on Argentina project
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Australia-listed Power Minerals is on the cusp of signing a binding offtake, funding and logistics agreement with Shanghai-listed Xiamen Xiangya New Energy for the Salta Lithium project, in... 

McEwen increases stake in Goliath to 5%
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Prominent mining company owner Rob McEwen will increase his stake in TSX-V-listed Goliath Resources by completing a private placement for 1.42-million shares, resutling in him owning 5% of the... 

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Newmont pours 8 000th gold doré bar
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Colorado-based Newmont Corporation’s Musselwhite mine, in Ontario, has reached the milestone of pouring its 8 000th gold doré bar since the mine started with commercial production in 1997. The... 

Australia’s Boss Energy buys stake in enCore's Alta Mesa uranium asset
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NYSE- and TSX-V-listed enCore Energy has sold a 30% interest in its Alta Mesa project, in the US, to Australia’s Boss Energy for $70-million. Boss will pay $60-million for its interest, make an... 

Surge in lithium stocks raise hope rout in EV metal almost done
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A sudden jump in the share prices of Chinese lithium producers is spurring optimism that a rout in the electric vehicle battery metal may be coming to an end. China’s two biggest producers —... 

State auditors recommend Freeport Indonesia be fined for smelter delays
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Indonesian state auditors have recommended the energy ministry fine Freeport Indonesia for delays in its plan to build a copper smelter, estimating that such a penalty could amount to... 

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Chinese firms producing and processing battery materials see new US rules aimed at limiting Beijing’s grip on the electric-vehicle industry as less stringent than feared, allowing them to preserve... 

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Australian science agency launches green hydrogen production facility
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Australia’s national science agency Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) has launched a $2.5-million green hydrogen refuelling station at CSIRO’s Clayton site, in... 

Gold Royalty invests $31m in Brazilian gold project
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IsoEnergy solidifies global presence with successful merger
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TSX-V IsoEnergy, under the leadership of CEO Philip Williams, has successfully closed the merger with Consolidated Uranium (CUR). This union not only marks a significant milestone for IsoEnergy,... 

Rio Tinto looking at synergies to reshape portfolio, not big M&A
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Rio Tinto is focused on reshaping its portfolio with joint ventures rather than huge mergers and acquisitions, CEO Jakob Stausholm said on Wednesday. "The last thing we need is very big M&A,... 

Deadly attack spurs plea for Peru crackdown on unlicensed mines
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Mining executives in Peru are imploring authorities to crack down on escalating violence by informal miners, which this weekend cost the lives of nine staff members of a large, legal gold mine.... 

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Magazine round up | 01 December 2023
Magazine round up | 01 December 2023

A video round up of this week’s magazine, highlighting our cover story, features and Business Leader.  

PRICE RISE: In late November, uranium prices topped $80 a pound for the first time in more than 15 years. Bloomberg reports that prices have rallied during 2023, after more than a decade of moving sideways, amid interest in nuclear and numerous production challenges. While spot uranium (picture here in the form of a yellowcake concentrate) is a thinly traded market, the term price — which is more important for power plants — has also been trending higher. Photograph: Bloomberg

In late November, uranium prices topped $80 a pound for the first time in more than 15 years. Bloomberg reports that prices have rallied during 2023, after more than a decade of moving sideways,... 

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Hats off to Utshalo for going all out to reawaken South Africa’s public markets

South Africa has a pressing need to reawaken its public markets and Utshalo must be complimented for setting out to do just that.  The brainchild of Ince and Paul Miller is providing a platform to... 

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Green growth and jobs

Transitioning South Africa’s energy ecosystem from its current over-reliance on coal to one progressively based on the country’s natural advantages of abundant sun, wind and land will take decades.... 

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Nitesh Singh, communications media and technology lead for for Africa at Accenture
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This week we profile Nitesh Singh, communications media and technology lead for for Africa at Accenture, a global professional services company that helps businesses, governments and other... 

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The pile-up of ships outside South African ports is a costly reminder of the risks associated with mismanagement and corruption at a State-owned monopoly. Some vessels have been left at anchorage... 

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