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NGSA team and AG Vision competent person during a site visit in Zamfara State - NIgeria Mining Week

AG Vision: Nigeria on genuine quest to enable mineral potential

The NIMEP findings so far are acting as a catalyst in providing a large pool of geoscientific data that can warrant the mineral economic potential of Nigeria.

Kenya defeats US$2 million claim against mining investor

The Republic of Kenya has successfully defeated a claim estimated to be worth US$2 billion in arbitration proceedings brought against it by mining investor Cortec Mining Kenya Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of TSXV-listed Pacific Wildcat Resources Corp.

Namibia Rare Earths renamed Namibia Critical Metals

Namibia Rare Earths announced that the shareholders voted in favour of the resolution to change the name of the company to Namibia Critical Metals.

Gecko Namibia puts graphite and fluorspar on production radar

Namibia-based, privately-owned mining company Gecko Namibia is focused the development of Africa-based critical metals and industrial minerals through the ownership and operation of a large number of subsidiaries. “This article first appeared in Mining Review Africa...

Cradle and Tremont JV acquires Panda Hill niobium licence

Tanzania – A joint venture (JV) between ASX-listed niobium-hopeful Cradle Resources and African-focused mining platform Tremont Investments has exercised its option to acquire 100% of the Panda Hill niobium mining licences in Tanzania. The JV, known...

Rwanda opens bidding process for mining concessions to raise money

Rwanda - The Rwandan government has demarcated mining sites which it will allow companies to bid for in order to meet its aim of raising significant cashflow from the mining sector within the next...

EY: Revised mining laws in Africa to benefit all stakeholders

African mining governments are looking to increase the monetary benefits for all the stakeholders connected to mining projects by revising their mining laws - the latest including Cameroon and Kenya and Zimbabwe. This is according...

Cradle Resources to develop Africa’s first niobium mine

Tanzania - Cradle Resources, an ASX-listed niobium-hopeful, has identified the potential for a 30 year, 2 Mtpa operation that will produce 4 600 tpa of ferro-niobium. This equates to an estimated 8% to 10% of...