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Orezone closes Bomboré project finance package

Financing for Bomboré is now complete with a combination of funding sources that are relatively low cost, flexible, and shareholder friendly.

West African Resources: record production for Q3,2021

"Q4,2021 is expected to see another increase in production, therefore 2021 production is now forecast to exceed guidance of 280,000 oz.”

IAMGOLD reports security incident near Essakane

The situation has been resolved, with one member of government security sustaining injuries. The workforce and local community are safe.

Mining Elites in Africa 2021: Endeavour Mining

Endeavour’s latest success is a doubling of the indicated resource at its Lafigué deposit in Côte d’Ivoire to 2.5 Moz at 2.4 g/t gold.

Mining Elites in Africa 2021: West African Resources’ Sanbrado

If ever there was a case of a mining project being perfectly timed it must be the new Sanbrado gold mine of ASX-listed WAF.

Vibramech: Maintaining a firm footprint in West Africa

Vibramech’s equipment has been supplied to Mali, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Mauritania, Guinea, Senegal, Ghana, Burkina Faso and Côte d’Ivoire.

Mako completes sale of Niou project in Burkina Faso

The divestment of the Niou Project allows Mako to focus its exploration and capital on its Napié and Korhogo Projects in Côte d’Ivoire.

Orezone Gold Corp.’s Bomboré Burkina Faso’s next gold mine

Burkina Faso will by Q3, 2022 add another gold producer when Orezone Gold Corp. pours first gold at its Bomboré gold project,

Panthera Resources: Many projects, one vision

With an interest in six gold projects in three countries in West Africa, there is little doubt that Panthera has a footprint in the region.

BURKINA FASO’S FIFTH GOLD MINE IN CONSTRUCTION

Development of the Inata gold mine project in Burkina Faso’s northern Sahel region began this year. After Taparko, Kalsaka, Youga and Mana, Inata is the fifth gold mine in Burkina Faso to begin construction.

Norwegian company Wega Mining owns 90% or the project with the remaining 10% belonging to the Burkina Faso government. Wega Mining’s interest in Burkina Faso derives from its acquisition of Goldbelt Resources and its Burkina Faso subsidiary, Societe des Mines de Belahouro in December 2007.

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