Uranium

Uranium, also known as yellow cake or U3O8, incorporates uranium mining and uranium processing. Uranium is often used as feedstock in nuclear power stations to produce nuclear energy. Uranium also includes uranium price, uranium production, energy, nuclear science, nuclear power and energy generation.

Australia-Africa Minerals & Energy Group AAMEG

Stability in Africa – a continuing concern

The AAMEG believes that Africa remains ripe with opportunity for those who know how to navigate its political and legislative pitfalls.
AfriTin paladin gold

Paladin Energy to maximise value of Langer Heinrich operation

Paladin Energy continues to focus on reducing cash expenditure and maximising the value of the strategically significant Langer Heinrich operation.
goviex

GoviEx to let markets settle before seeking finance

“The last two weeks have seen volatility and devaluation in international equity markets and increasing economic uncertainty," - Govind Friedland.
GoviEx

Marenica expands land package in Namibia

ASX-listed Marenica Energy has entered into a joint venture agreement with the holder of Exclusive Prospecting Licence (EPL) 6663, which adjoins the Koppies EPL....
uranium

Extension granted for completion of uranium acquisition

The ASX has granted Lotus Resources a waiver of ASX listing rule 14.7 which provides an extension for the company to complete the Kayelekera acquisition.
Gawler Australia Meeting

Take the challenge to unlock mining potential in Australia

The Gawler Challenge is calling on the world’s geologists, data scientists and innovators to help unlock the mining potential of South Australia.
ELB Group Tanzania

Tanzania not seen as a viable investment destination

Africa’s median PPI score decreased by almost 18 points making it the worst performing region in terms of policy environment for mining.
GoviEx Uranium Madaouela

GoviEx’s Madaouela uranium project – first mover advantage in Africa

Like coal, uranium will continue to be a valuable energy source across global territories – despite perceived environmental dangers.
COVID-19

Mantashe calls for more exploration at Mining Indaba

The latest data released by Statistics SA show that mining production decreased by 3.1 percent year-on-year in November 2019.
mantashe mining indaba

Key highlights for Mining Indaba 2020

Portfolio Director Simon Ford and Head of Content Tom Quinn share key topic points with Laura Cornish. For more information, see the December 2019 edition.

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