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)

Namibia Critical Metals

Namibia Critical Metals: Japanese breakthrough for Lofdal

Lofdal is one of only two known significant heavy rare earth deposits with simple mineralogy, grade and tonnage potential outside of China.

Exclusive: BUA a “perfect fit” for PW Nigeria

"Nigeria Mining Week continues to grow and attract the right attendees. The more good news the Nigerian mining sector puts out, the better."
drc katanga

AVZ Minerals announces “outstanding” DFS results for Manono

ASX-listed lithium junior AVZ Minerals has confirmed what it says are outstanding project metrics for its DRC-based Manono lithium and tin project following completion of the definitive feasibility study.
namibia

Namibian graphite miner to secure mining licence for Aukam

TSX-listed graphite-focused company Gratomic has received a Notice from the Ministry of Mines and Energy of Namibia that the minister is prepared to grant Mining License 215 for its Aukam graphite property in Namibia.
lithium ion battery

Li-ion demand to grow 10-fold but can supply meet demand?

An IDTechEx report provides a comprehensive overview of the Li-ion market with commentary and analysis on the bottlenecks that may hinder it.
Kore Potash

Kore Potash secures 25-year ESIA certificates for Congo projects

Kore Potash, the Republic of Congo focused junior has been issued its Certificates of Environmental Compliance for its flagship 97%-owned Sintoukola potash project.
Strandline Resources

Strandline Resources signs finance facility with Nedbank for Fungoni

Strandline Resources has signed a US$26 million project finance facility agreement with Nedbank CIB for its Fungoni heavy mineral sands project in Tanzania.
Peak Resources mkango

Mkango positioned to weather market uncertainty

Most of Mkango's in-country operations can be completed offsite and all of its employees are now working from home when possible.
Base Resources

Base Resources: US$75 million RCF drawn and Kwale maintained

Base Resources is working with Government of Kenya authorities to adjust work arrangements as necessary to keep operations within government restrictions.
weir

Resilient Linatex and Linard rubber linings cut downtime on African mines

Mines are achieving increased production time and plant availability after converting to Weir Minerals’ Linatex and Linard rubber lining solutions.

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