Speciality Minerals

Speciality Minerals include rare earth elements, or rare earths, (including lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, neodymium, promethium, samarium, europium, gadolinium, terbium, dysprosium, holmium, erbium, thulium, ytterbium, and lutetium), fluorspar, phosphate, potash, graphite, lithium, mineral sands (including titatinum, ilmenite, zircon, leucoxene, and rutile)

Clean energy demand for critical minerals set to soar

Data shows a mismatch between strengthened climate ambitions and the availability of critical minerals essential to realising those ambitions.

Base Resources’ Toliara still hobbled by investment law

The final investment decision to proceed with development of the Toliara Project in Madagascar has been delayed.

Webinar RECORDING – ISO 23875 changes lives

ISO 23875 is a new standard for consistency to designing, testing, operating, and maintaining air-quality systems of operator enclosures.

Webinar TODAY: Modernise your mineral processing power and analytics

Rockwell Automation's Pavilion8® Model Predictive Control increases throughput, lowers reagents consumption, improves recovery, optimises water and energy usage and improves process stability.

Webinar TODAY: Are Ghana’s prospects being impacted by limited power?

It seems Ghana and South Africa have a few things in common – mature mining industries and very unreliable power supply from their state-owned electricity providers.

Kore Potash to raise approximately US$11 million for potash project

The Company would not be required to contribute to the capital needed to build the project and would retain a 90% equity interest in Kola.

MoU secures full financing of Kola potash project construction

“The DFS for Kola demonstrated that it will have large operating margins and a long project life which is suited to royalty financing."

Ghana and Burkina Faso to form joint technical team

“The capital flight affecting Burkina Faso and Ghana in the area of mining is disturbing and we must work to solve it”.

Namibian Mines minister: locals must keep 15% of licences sold to...

This follows the completion of a review review of the Mining Act which covers prospecting and mining activities in the country.

Kore Potash’s Chief Financial Officer departs company

During their notice period the Company will commence the process to select his replacement and keep the board informed of progress.

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