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)

Kasbah potash

Completion of power and gas supply at potash project

Emmerson has completed the full cost estimate for the capex required to ensure electricity and gas supply at its Khemisset Potash Project in Morocco.

PDAC 2020: The world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention returns...

The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada’s (PDAC) 2020 Convention—the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining event—will commence this weekend in Toronto, marking its 88th...
Savannah Resources

Mutamba strategically important for southern Africa

Savannah Resources is developing Mutamba in JV with Rio Tinto. It is a strategic undeveloped mineral sands deposit in Mozambique.
AfriTin paladin gold

Namibia Critical Metals outlines work programme for Lofdal with JOGMEC

Namibia Critical Metals has announced details of the Term 1 planned work programme for its Lofdal heavy rare earths project in northern Namibia.
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MRA EXCLUSIVE at Mining Indaba: Mining in Francophone Africa

Richard Mugni speaks about regulatory and political hurdles in Francophone West Africa as well as the challenges experienced in Africa's cobalt-hub - the DRC.
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MRA EXCLUSIVE at Mining Indaba: The key to ensuring food security

Danakali CEO Niels Wage speaks about how the Colluli potash project will become a strategic future supplier of premium, high-value sulphate of potash.
Obsideo Consulting

Junior miners – Cost effective engineering options are on your doorstep

Obsideo Consulting offers an alternative option to traditional EPC/EPCM models which has proven to get projects off the ground quickly and cost effectively.
anglo american carbon

The transition to a low carbon economy cannot happen without mining

Mines can, and will be, carbon-neutral and will use significantly less water as well deliver positive biodiversity outcomes.
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United Kingdom commits to Responsible Mineral Development

At the UK-Africa Investment Summit on the UK’s mining supply chain committed to supporting the development of Africa’s mining sector.
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2020 Vision: Mining outlook for Africa discussed at Indaba

Millennials, a battery metals scarcity and automation are just some of the trends that are expected to shape African mining sector in 2020.

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