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What do next year’s changes to the mining tax regime actually mean for Zambians?

Harnessing mining's potential requires urgent implementation of global best practices, without losing sight of what is best for the country.

Good news from AfriTin’s lithium and tantalum metrics

“The metallurgical test work results confirm the production potential of separate saleable lithium and tantalum concentrates."

B2Gold’s Otjikoto: Namibia’s over-achiever

It is on track to produce between 180 000 and 200 000 oz in 2021, within the range of its annual production record (191 534 oz in 2017).

AfriTin: Turning tin tactic to tech

Once committed to being Africa’s tin mining champion, the company has now set its sights on becoming Africa’s technology metals champion.
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Webber Wentzel: Technology is the key to unlocking a green future

The role of technology in transforming unsustainable systems, structures and practices is recognised in the United Nation's SDGs. 

Namibia Critical Metals joins the REIA

As we continue to advance our Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Dysprosium-Terbium Project it is important to engage with key REE stakeholders.

Impressive figures emerge from Langer Heinrich Mine Restart Plan

"Langer Heinrich is a low risk, robust, long-life operation poised to take advantage of the improving uranium market conditions."

De Beers Group announces 2020/2021 Shining Light Awards winners

Each entries included designs for a full jewellery collection, including a ring, necklace, earrings, as well as bangles and bracelets.

Namibia approves renewal of Etango environmental clearance

“This continues the tradition of strong government and community support that we have enjoyed for more than a decade in Namibia."

Namibia Critical Metals: Process for market ready >98% product

The Lofdal Heavy Rare Earth Deposit is one of only two primary xenotime projects under development in the world.