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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.

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.

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...

Chinese player develops appetite to dominate global tungsten market supply

Major Chinese miner, China Molybdenum has approved the “establishment of special purpose fund for tungsten commercial reserve” which could see it further increase its global tungsten market domination. China is the largest producer of tungsten...

Could China Molybdenum’s $2BN acquisition lie in Chile’s copper sector?

Mining giant China Molybdenum Company has declared its intention to complete a US$2.15 billion acquisition for “certain overseas mining assets from an international mining company”. The company revealed yesterday that its board of directors had...

First concentrates produced at Premier African Minerals tungsten project

Zimbabwe – Premier African Minerals, the AIM-listed multi-commodity mining and resource development company focused on Southern and Western Africa, has produced first concentrates at its flagship RHA tungsten project in Zimbabwe, while also fine...

Piran Resources: Tin mining in Rwanda

Rwanda - Tin, tantalum and tungsten-focused junior, Piran Resources, is looking to establish itself as a major mining company in Rwanda. “Our deposits are rich, we will start producing significant volumes later this year, our...

Despite Canada’s aging population there will be continued economic growth

Canada – Despite gloomy pronouncements from some analysts, Canada’s aging population does not guarantee an era of slow economic growth, finds a new study released by non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank the Fraser Institute. Despite...