aton

Aton to action plans at Egypt’s “lost mountain of gold”

TSX-V-listed Canadian precious and base-metal explorer and developer Aton Resources has completed its initial 4,000 m drilling program at Rodruin.
anglo

Anglo American resumes Minas-Rio iron ore operation in Brazil

Anglo American has announced the resumption of operations at its Minas-Rio operation in Brazil expects the operation to ramp up to 1.2 Mt.
ICMM

ICMM survey highlights impacts of mining tax on public finances

The ICMM published its first tax survey results which show the amount of corporate income tax and royalties members paid between 2013 and 2017.

Mining Indaba 2019 delegate bags

As a premier media partner to the 25th Investing in African Mining Indaba, the December 2018 and January editions of Mining Review Africa will...
Cape Lambert

Namibia Critical Metals’ drilling confirms cobalt and copper mineralization

TSX-listed Namibia Critical Metals Inc. has announced first results from drilling on the Kunene Cobalt-Copper Project in northern Namibia.

AfriTin comes at the right time according to base metal analysts

The recent AfriTin blast may have come at the perfect time according to industry analysts. As the tin mining company completed its first-large scale blasting of ore at Uis since it closed down in 1991, those tracking the value of base metals believe tin is heading for a price surge.
policy

Highlights of policy changes in Africa during 2018

The mining regulatory framework in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) went through notable changes in 2018.
South Africa

Five stories from 2018 that you MUST read

The mining industry has see massive change in 2018. The Mining Charter was reworked to a fair compromise and trends for the digital future were explored.
Orion

Orion Minerals confident about new discoveries

Orion Minerals believes opportunity exists for new discoveries at Prieska Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide Camp and is fast-tracking its exploration program.
pwc

Junior mining outlook: Have we turned the tide?

The heyday of the mining sector is behind us. The sector’s contribution as a proportion of South African GDP peaked at 21% in 1980.

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