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Avenira awarded Gadde Bissik exploitation permit

ASX-listed Avenira has received an exploitation permit for the Gadde Bissik area within its Baobab phosphate project in the Republic of Senegal.
Azumah

Emerging gold project in Senegal shows promising potential

Gold miner IAMGOLD Corporation says that the results of its feasibility study for its Boto gold project in Senegal outline an economically robust, low cost production project which will produce 140 000 ozpa over a 13-year lifespan
Thor Explorations

Thor Explorations: capitalising on first mover advantage

TSXV-listed Thor Explorations has capitalised on its first-mover advantage in the under-explored country of Nigeria.

Lycopodium builds on past successes with local expansion

Lycopodium has expanded its footprint in southern Africa by opening an office in Johannesburg to extend its service offering resources to the gold and...
Toro Gold

Toro Gold reports promising drill results to help extend Mako mine...

Private gold mining, exploration and development company Toro Gold is 90% complete with its 15 000 m, 60 hole drilling programme currently in progress at its 90%-owned Mako gold mine in Senegal.
electra

Electra visitors able to experience BME’s new blasting system ‘first-hand’

BME will be launching its new AXXIS central blasting system at the international Electra Mining exhibition at Nasrec in Johannesburg 10-14 September 2018.
Avenira

Avenira begins push to expand African phosphate project

ASX-listed Avenira has commenced work to significantly expand production at its African-based Baobab phosphate project in Senegal.
Avenira

Avenira raises A$2.8 million for Baobab expansion studies

ASX-listed phosphate miner Avenira will raise funds via a share placement to fund the completion of the feasibility study for the Baobab expansion project in Senegal.
Avenira

Baobab expansion project feasibility study due in Q4, 2018

Avenira continues to progress the Feasibility Study for the expansion of its 80% owned Baobab phosphate project located in Senegal. 
Chinese financing

Chinese financing casts long shadow over Africa

The value of loans from Chinese financing of energy and infrastructure projects in Africa almost trebled between 2016 and 2017, from $3 billion to $8.8 billion.

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