ERG marks five-year anniversary in grand style

Eurasian Resources Group (ERG) recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a gala reception in Luxembourg.

Aquila Steel wins manganese mining right

Aquila has announced that the Constitutional Court has upheld a High Court judgment granting a mining right over its Gravenhage manganese deposit.
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African mining shows steady progress in an uncertain world

Despite escalating trade wars keeping commodity prices in check Standard Bank anticipates miners will continue to pursue pockets of opportunity.
Keras Resources

Keras Resources on track with manganese bulk sampling programme

AIM-listed minerals resource company Keras Resources is on track with its 10 000 t bulk sampling metallurgical testwork programme at the Nayega manganese project in northern Togo.

Mantashe and CEOs pave way for growth

DMR Minister Gwede Mantashe met with the Minerals Council of South Africa and CEOs in the iron ore, manganese, gold and diamond sectors.
Keras Resources

Giyani’s maiden mineral resource a milestone for manganese project

Giyani Metals announced its maiden mineral resource estimate which includes an inferred resource of 1.1 million tonnes grading 31.2% manganese oxide.
Murray & Roberts

Murray & Roberts Cementation ahead of schedule at manganese project

Murray & Roberts Cementation reports that work is well underway on its contract at Kalagadi Manganese Mine in the Northern Cape.
Keras Resources

Vuslat Bayoglu’s Menar enters the manganese market in South Africa

Vuslat Bayoglu’s Menar Holdings company Sitatunga Resources has entered the manganese sector having purchased a mining project in the Northern Cape for an undisclosed sum.

Bulk sampling begins at Togo manganese project

AIM-listed Keras Resources has commenced a 10 000 t bulk sampling metallurgical test work programme at its Nayega manganese project in northern Togo, West Africa.
Battery Minerals

Kibaran Resources: global opportunity for battery grade graphite unequivocal

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.

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