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The Kasiya Proiect area showing rail and port infrastructure for export of product to global markets.
Malawi gov't sets innovative permitting example by working alongside mining company
28th September 2023 By: Martin Creamer

On the face of it, South Africa could do a lot more to speed up critical minerals mining development in South Africa. An example of doing so that catches the eye is the extra mile the government of Malawi is going to assist with permitting. 


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Sovereign ups capex for Malawi critical minerals project
28th September 2023 By: Mariaan Webb

Australia-based Sovereign Metals has released the results of a prefeasibility study (PFS) for its Kasiya project, which is poised to be the world’s biggest rutile producer at 222 000 t/y and one of... 


De Grey strengthens balance sheet with A$300m placement
28th September 2023 By: Cameron Mackay

Australian gold explorer De Grey Mining has launched a fully underwritten two tranche placement of new fully paid ordinary shares to raise A$300-million, strengthening its balance sheet and... 


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Proxy advisory firms throw weight behind Newmont's Newcrest deal
28th September 2023 By: Mariaan Webb

Proxy advisory firms Institutional Shareholder Services (ISS) and Glass, Lewis & Co (Glass Lewis) have recommended that Newmont shareholders vote in favour of the company’s resolutions for the... 


Boss eyes more growth at Honeymoon with new satellite prospects
28th September 2023 By: Creamer Media Reporter

ASX-listed Boss Energy MD Duncan Craib said on Thursday that the company’s strategy to grow the inventory, mine life and production rate at its Honeymoon uranium project continues to deliver strong... 


Bluff coal transitions into care and maintenance
28th September 2023 By: Creamer Media Reporter

The Bluff coal mine near Blackwater is transitioning to care and maintenance by the end of November, ASX-listed Bowen Coking Coal announced on Thursday. Following a strategic review of the Bluff... 


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Pioneer Lithium makes ASX debut following oversubscribed IPO
28th September 2023 By: Mariaan Webb

Shares in lithium exploration and development company Pioneer Lithium started trading on the ASX on Thursday, following an oversubscribed initial public offering (IPO), raising $5-million. Pioneer... 


Vedanta is preparing to demerge sprawling operations
28th September 2023 By: Bloomberg

Vedanta is nearing a deal to spin off its businesses into several listed entities in a broader restructuring that will help commodities tycoon Anil Agarwal unlock shareholder value, people familiar... 


Cornish begins wet commissioning of South Crofty water treatment plant
28th September 2023 By: Cameron Mackay

Mineral exploration and development company Cornish Metals – focused on its South Crofty tin project in Cornwall, the UK – has commenced wet commissioning of its newly constructed mine water... 


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Chilean miner Codelco gets access to books of Australia's Lithium Power
28th September 2023 By: Reuters

Codelco will undertake due diligence on Australia's Lithium Power International, the Chilean copper miner said on Thursday, but added that there is no certainty the discussions will lead to a... 


Allkem rises as $10.6bn Livent deal close edges nearer
28th September 2023 By: Reuters

Australian lithium major Allkem said on Thursday that it has received, or will soon receive, the necessary competition and foreign investment approvals for its planned $10.6-billion merger with... 


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Allkem rises as $10.6bn Livent deal close edges nearer
28th September 2023 By: Reuters

Australian lithium major Allkem said on Thursday that it has received, or will soon receive, the necessary competition and foreign investment approvals for its planned $10.6-billion merger with... 


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Peru grapples with red tape that’s burying giant copper projects
28th September 2023 By: Bloomberg

If political turmoil and social unrest were the hot topics at Peru’s top mining event last year, this year it’s red tape. While community opposition continues to weigh on the industry, executives... 


Chinese gold bugs lift price premium over world market to record level
Chinese gold bugs lift price premium over world market to record level
27th September 2023 By: Bloomberg

China’s suddenly full of gold bugs. The market for bullion in China has surged this month, at times commanding a record premium over international prices of more than $100 an ounce, compared with... 


Stellantis pumps $90m into Argentina Lithium
Stellantis pumps $90m into Argentina Lithium
27th September 2023 By: Mariaan Webb

Automotive group Stellantis is making an investment in Argentina Lithium, partnering with the TSX-V-listed mining company to advance lithium project in the South American nation. Stallantis... 


Mexico not able to cancel Ganfeng Lithium concessions, chamber says
27th September 2023 By: Reuters

 The president of Mexico's mining chamber Jaime Gutierrez does not believe it is possible for the government to cancel concessions for China's Ganfeng Lithium under the law, he said during a press... 


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

THROUGH THE HAZE: While the aviation industry has promised to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, harsher weather conditions are already forcing a rethink of critical infrastructure in airports, such as this Arizona airport pictured during a recent protracted heat wave. Bloomberg reports that airports around the world are relocating sensitive electrical equipment to rooftops to protect it from flooding, reinforcing runways to handle extreme temperature swings and revving up air conditioning as climate change complicates operations. Photograph: Bloomberg
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While the aviation industry has promised to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, harsher weather conditions are already forcing a rethink of critical infrastructure in airports, such as this... 

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Every effort should be made to bring the ongoing dumping of mine tailings to an end

The state of the world is such that dumping huge volumes of mine waste on Mother Earth should be a thing of the past. Is there technology available to ensure that mines no longer need to dump... 

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Solutions vs problems

There are many differences between Australia and South Africa, and these should not be dismissed or diminished. However, there are also several similarities, particularly when it comes to natural... 

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Bulelwa Mhlongo, financial manager at Multotec
Bulelwa Mhlongo

This week we profile Bulelwa Mhlongo, who is the financial manager at Multotec, a leading supplier of mineral processing equipment 

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PRESSURE COOKER

South Africa’s national accounts are facing pressures from every angle. With growth still flatlining on the back of extreme loadshedding, a collapse in freight rail and many municipal services,... 

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