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Good news for Eastinco Mining and Exploration in Rwanda

These nine new and potentially bearing zones are exciting, considering we have only covered 50% of the licence area as a first pass.

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."

AVZ Minerals signs first tin offtake agreement with Kalon Resources

“After an unexpected delay in finalising this contract, we are pleased to have finally signed with Kalon, our first tin offtake agreement."

Webinar recording: The global significance of the DRC’s battery metals

Listen to a recording of the webinar hosted by Mining Review Africa and DRC Mining Week, which delved into the responsible sourcing of the DRC’s 3T’s (tin, tungsten and tantalum) and cobalt – which are critical battery raw materials.
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Digital cobalt supply chain ready for 2020

A digital supply chain for cobalt has moved beyond pilot phase and is progressing toward live production computing environments starting in spring 2020.

Data disruption: the key to ethical battery supply chains in ASM

A new data study has delivered the first ever comprehensive picture of the state of ASM in cobalt, copper and conflict minerals.

Analysis: at the start of any mining venture

Spectrometer Technologies serves the mining industry in Sub Saharan Africa with high quality analytical THERMO NITON X-ray Spectrometers.

World’s largest lithium deposit keeps growing

ASX-listed AVZ Minerals has confirmed the increased potential of its 60%-owned Manono lithium-tin-tantalum project in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Tanganyika Province to become a world leader in the global lithium market.

Cadence Minerals calls off partnership with Premier African Minerals

In June 2018 Cadence Minerals intended to earn up to 30% directly into the Zulu Lithium and Tantalum Project in Zimbabwe.

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.