Base Resources' Kwale mineral sands operations in Kenya, has been ramping up mining rates and optimising the wet concentrator plant recoveries.
Africa is home to crustal rocks that span the earth’s geological history and host enormous mineral wealth, but it has remained for the most part relatively under-explored. However, new technologies for exploration and extraction, combined with modern data processing techniques, could change all that.
With more than 640 million people in Africa with no access to energy and investors looking for cheaper and reliable sources of power, there is no doubt that renewable energy is the future for Africa.
A new coal-fired power plant in Kenya’s Lamu country – set to produce 1 050 MW of power – will be the single largest independent power producer in Kenya
Kenya - Goldplat plc, the AIM listed African gold producer, has announced operational improvements at its Kilimapesa Gold operation. The dewatering and equipping of the...
Kenya - Australia’s latest global player in the mineral sands market, Perth-based Base Resources, says it has commenced evaluating acquisition opportunities as it nears...
Kenya is one of sub-Saharan Africa’s fastest growing economies, with a huge focus on infrastructure development in roads, railways, seaports, airports, water and sanitation....
Kenya - The new Kenya Mining Code is currently being debated by the upper house of parliament, but the legislation is likely to face...