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Nayega can increase processing capacity at no additional cost

Despite a slowdown as a result of COVID-19, AIM-listed Keras Resources is confident it can increase processing capacity at its Nayega manganese project in Togo at no extra cost. Togo – Nayega has installed processing capacity capable of producing about 75 000 tpa without any further capital expenditure, which, on receipt of its exploitation licence, will be expanded to 300 […]

Longonjo project unlocks a cleaner energy future

As the world prepares for the adoption of greener energy alternatives and the electrification of transport the demand for rare earth metals is growing.

Cobalt collaboration in the DRC

“The demand for cobalt is anticipated to climb steadily over the coming years as, for example, the electric vehicle sector grows."

DRDGOLD considers restarting Far West Gold recoveries

DRDGOLD is looking to re-start operations at its Far West Gold Recoveries retreatment operation in consultation with government and organised labour.

Gold major steps up humanitarian response to COVID-19

This initiative is one of many by businesses across South Africa, and by mining companies in particular, to deal with COVID-19 cases.

It’s no longer business as usual with new Carbon Tax Act

The Carbon Tax Act places a liability on carbon-intensive industries producing greenhouse gas pollutants above a certain threshold.

Pensana Metals’ Longonjo Project: A strategic future NdPr supplier

Pensana Metals is taking a distinctly different approach to the development of its 84%-owned Longonjo NdPr Project in Angola.

Mining Charter III detrimental to alluvial diamond mining

Mining Charter III heaps more pain on South Africa’s alluvial diamond producers who already face enormous cost burdens and high risks.

CEO of Vast Resources resigns

Andrew Prelea, the president of Vast Resources’ Romanian subsidiary will assume the role of CEO and it is anticipated that he will join the board of the company in due course. “Roy has had an invaluable contribution to Vast Resources – stewarding it from an exploration and development company back in 2014, to a production company with two operating mines […]

Twin decline development begins at ultra-high grade copper project in DRC

The Kakula box cut was successfully completed on 26 October 2017, and the first blast for the twin declines at Kakula took place on 16 November – 10 days ahead of schedule. The Kakula decline development work is being undertaken by JMMC, a DRC subsidiary of JCHX Mining Management of Beijing, China. Depending on ground conditions, the 3,600 m decline […]