Eskom receives first tranche of R 6.5 billion loan

Agence Française de Développement signs a R 1,5 billion loan agreement to support Eskom’s investments in South Africa's power grid.
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Mining Indaba new owner, but business as usual

The annual Investing in African Mining Indaba is in the midst of a radical turnaround strategy which over the last two years has already seen significant changes.

Togo becomes Africa Finance Corporation’s 20th member state

The Togolese Republic has become the twentieth member state of the Africa Finance Corporation – Africa's leading infrastructure development finance institution.
Alphamin Resources

Alphamin Resources sufficiently funded till production at Bisie

TSXV-listed Alphamin Resources, who is developing the Bisie tin project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, has now received all approvals required to draw down the final US$20 million of its previously announced $80 million credit facility.

World Gold Council: Gold’s performance in 2019

The World Gold Council expects key factors that drove gold in the second half of 2018 will continue to hold sway over the market in 2019.
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ResGen faces further funding delays for Boikarabelo

JSE and ASX-listed Resource Generation, or ResGen, who has yet to develop its Boikarabelo coal mine in the Limpopo province’s Waterberg coalfield in South Africa has been hit by another funding delay.
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Kropz raises £27.3 million with listing

Kropz has announced that Admission and dealings in ishares on the AIM market of the London Stock Exchange commenced at 08h00 today, 30 November 2018.
MOD Resources

MOD Resources shines spotlight on copper in Botswana

ASX/LSE -listed MOD Resources is shining a spotlight on the copper potential Botswana has to offer within the Kalahari Copper Belt.

Cape Lambert finalises discussions with potential financiers

ASX-listed Cape Lambert Resources has provided an update on the progress of the Kipushi Cobalt-Copper Tailings Project in the DRC.

Anglo reflects on a year of progress – eyes the future

2018 has in many ways been an interesting time for South Africa, for Anglo American and the mining industry says Mark Cutifani.

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