ASX-listed Kibaran Resources has obtained in-principle approval from the Tanzanian Government for its proposed Epanko debt financing arrangements.
ASX-listed Kibaran Resources notes that the German Chancellor and Tanzanian President have held talks to increase economic cooperation.
Kibaran Resources is set to contribute more than US$1 billion to the Tanzanian economy over the next 20 years through local graphite mine projects.
Business and policy
Tanzania’s new Mining Commission, headed up by minister of minerals Angellah Kairuki, has commenced a process of issuing some 7 000 mineral licences that had been pending after the government placed a ban on new licences in July 2017.
Emerging graphite and battery market supplier Kibaran Resources has signed a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Japanese commodities trader Sojitz Corporation (Sojitz), one...
ASX-listed emerging graphite and battery market supplier Kibaran Resources has made progress on clinching senior debt financing negotiations with two major finance houses aimed...
Tanzania – Kibaran Resources has released the results of recent testwork to determine the suitability of Kibaran’s Epanko graphite project’s graphite for the production...
Tanzania - Kibaran Resources has received the Environmental Impact Assessment Certificate for its Epanko graphite project from the Vice President’s Office of Tanzania. The certificate...