rare earths

Mkango Songwe Hill

Feasibility study kicks off for Mkango’s Malawi-based rare earths project

Mkango Resources, the rare earths development company has appointed DRA Global company SENET as lead engineer and project manager for completion of the feasibility study for its Songwe Hill project in Malawi.
Peak Resources

Tanzania 16% free carry legislation to affect Peak Resources?

Peak Resources will acquire 100% ownership in its Tanzania Ngualla project but will it be impacted by the 16% free carry stake stipulated by government?
Malawi Lindian Resources

Lindian receives court date for Kangankunde dispute

Lindian is extremely confident of its legal position and will continue to ensure that its contractual position is protected in all relevant jurisdictions.
exploration

From bust to boom: Africa attracts exploration spend

The past 18 months has seen a uptick in exploration. There have been boom and bust cycles in the past – the latest cycle lasting longer than expected.
Peak Resources

New rare earths association aims to drive market transparency

A new global association for rare earth industry stakeholders known as the Rare Earth Industry Association has been launched to ensure market transparency.

Pensana appoints Anglo American veteran as CEO

Pensana Metals has appointed experienced Minerals Engineer Tim George as CEO to drive Longonjo rare earth project in Angola.
Rainbow Rare Earths

Rainbow Rare Earths declares impressive maiden mineral resource for Gakara

LSE-listed Rainbow Rare Earths has declared a maiden mineral resource estimate completed in accordance with JORC (2012) of 1.2 Mt or ore covering a small fraction of its Gakara rare earths project in Burundi, East Africa.

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.
Chinese financing

African rare earth developers gain the upper hand after Chinese cut-backs

The demand for rare earth materials outside of China may quickly escalate as one of the largest producers of such materials in China has suspended production.
Peak Resources

Ngualla SML being considered by Tanzanian Mining Commission

The Tanzanian Minister for Minerals, Angellah Kairuki, has instructed the county's Mining Commission to begin processing Peak Resources' Ngualla SML application as quickly as possible.

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