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.
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...