Central Africa

Covering mining exploration, development, mines in the Democratic Republic of Congo, DRC, Commodities in these regions include copper, cobalt,

Minbos diamonds

Lucapa updates Lulo Project exploration project

Lucapa MD, Stephen Wetherall, says the upcoming bulk sampling campaign represented an exciting new phase in the Lulo kimberlite exploration program.
copper cobalt mkango

Mkango launches project to use recycled rare earth magnets

Mkango has launched the Innovate UK grant funded project, “Rare-Earth Recycling for E-Machines” in which HyProMag is a partner.
Minbos diamonds

Minbos makes key appointment for Angolan phosphate project

Minbos Resources has appointed Oreology Consulting to assist with work on the definitive feasibility study for its Cabinda phosphate project in Angola.
barrick

Barrick supports higher education and community development in Zambia

Barrick has donated 10 computers to the University of Zambia School of Mines and agreed to help repair the Kakayindu Police Post.
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Morning Coffee with MRA: Get your digital copy

Despite not being able to get your hands on a physical copy, you can still gain access to every issue of Mining...
Volt Resources gold

Volt Resources bids for second gold project

ASX-listed Volt Resources has entered into a binding term sheet to conditionally acquire an 85% interest the Luiri Hill gold project in south-central Zambia.
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Mining in the DRC post-COVID-19: “Survival of the fittest”

While some mining operations have been able to continue production despite COVID-19 experts agree the mining industry faces a tough post-pandemic period.
Equatorial Guinea

First mining contracts signed in Equatorial Guinea

Equatorial Guinea’s Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons has signed the very first mining contracts in the Central African country’s history.
Jubilee Metals

Jubilee to relocate Dilokong Chrome Mine in South Africa

“It is this ingenuity that has led Jubilee to implement ground breaking solutions in South Africa that create sustainable opportunities."

Big business is back but what about artisanal miners?

Artisanal mining should not be shunned post COVID-19 because the sector has a direct impact on the livelihoods of the vulnerable.

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