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Multiple contractors active at Walkabout’s Lindi graphite project

“The progress being made is aligned with our construction schedule and am confident that the progress of Lindi Jumbo is in good hands.”
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Ngualla updated bankable feasibility study imminent

Ngualla is one of the largest rare earth projects in the world.

Earthworks begin at Walkabout Resources’ Lindi graphite project

“This appointment has kickstarted project development activities, with the mobilisation of bulk earthmoving equipment now under way."

Mining Elites in Africa 2020: African solutions for African problems

“Our client base see the value engineering proposition we provide, which has on every occasion reduced project execution cost."

Volt Resources joins European Raw Materials Alliance

This will position Volt Resources as a globally significant and diversified graphite producer.” - Trevor Matthews
Tanzania East Africa Metals

Peak Resources looks to raise A$30 million following SML grant for Ngualla

The placement will support Peak as it progresses offtake, funding and development milestones for Ngualla and the Teesside Refinery.

WEBINAR RECORDING: Tanzania, making a major mining comeback?

Tanzania, once pinned as a destination of choice for juniors far and wide, took a turn for the worse when legislation changes some years back and a heavy dispute with Acacia over tax claims saw investors turn their attention to other jurisdictions.
Tanzania East Africa Metals

Compensation claim of AU$127 million lodged against Tanzania

With funding in place secures all legal costs associated with arbitration. Indiana is adequately resourced to deliver a positive outcome.

Tanzania approves Peak’s SML application for Ngualla

This project represents an opportunity for Tanzania to play a global role in the supply of strategically important rare earth elements.
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Petra Diamonds updates community programmes at Williamson mine

Petra believes the security teams and Tanzanian police acted in accordance with the Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights.