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Africa’s new #1 bodes well for the continent’s gold sector

Ghana is now the number one gold producer in Africa dealing South Africa a huge blow for that was for many decades the leading producer in the world.

B2Gold Fekola Project – Flagship mine on the horizon

1 October 2017 will celebrate the official production start-up at international gold miner B2Gold Corp.’s (B2Gold) Fekola project in Mali. Not only is this...

Mining-friendly hot spot: Botswana a worthy destination

Commodities analysis – shift to coal underway, but diamonds still rule According to Fitch-affiliated market analyst BMI Research, the Botswana government’s efforts to develop the...

First Quantum Minerals to develop new power projects with African Energy Resources

First Quantum Minerals Limited (FQM) and African Energy Resources (AFR) have executed a binding Heads of Agreement (HOA) under which FQM can earn a...

Key highlights from Investing in African Mining Indaba 2018

Greg McNab, Global head of mining, Baker McKenzie, and Wildu du Plessis, head of Africa, Baker McKenzie Johannesburg outlines some of highlights from the 2018...

SACEEC CEO breaks down its involvement in Nigeria Mining week

Nigeria is quite a closed market at the moment although South African companies are operational in the country already - Nigeria Mining Week can help this.

A BUILDER’S WAREHOUSE FOR CRUSHING AND SCREENING CIRCUITS

Like many South African based mining equipment companies, Pilot Crushtec has exported equipment into the rest of Africa for some time. However, CEO Sandro Scherf says this was on the basis of walk-in business at Pilot Crushtec. “If we were approached we were happy to do it, but we did not actively go out and pursue such business.”

 

This has changed, and Pilot Crushtec is now purposefully pursuing business in the rest of Africa. In the first few months of 2008 alone it sold equipment worth R20 million into Angola, and another R8 million worth into Zambia, where it has supplied Sable Zinc, Vuka mining and Chibulumba. Over the same period it sold R20 million of equipment to companies in the DRC, such as Boss Mining and Tenke. In Tanzania it has supplied over R5 million worth of equipment to companies such as Noremco.

Force Commodities: a lithium FORCE to be reckoned with

ASX-listed lithium-focused exploration company Force Commodities is aggressively advancing two lithium projects in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Communities to benefit from mining through “social licences to mine”

The Mining Sector cannot be looked at in isolation – it is the "engine room" of every economy in a country with substantial mineral resources.

Mmamabula’s potential

CIC Energy Corporation, a Tau Capital Group company listed on the Toronto and Botswana stock exchanges, is advancing its Mmamabula Energy Complex (MEC) in Botswana. This is a three billion tonne coal resource which could involve development costs of close to R120 billion.

In an interview with Mining Review Africa, CIC Energy (South Africa) COO – mining, Eddie Scholtz explains that the MEC consists of the Mmamabula energy project (MEP), the coal-tohydrocarbons project (CTH) and the export coal project (ECP).

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