mining indaba

Hot topics at the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2020

The 2020 Investing in African Mining Indaba is only two weeks away and is promising to be even bigger than last year’s 25th anniversary event.
Sierra Rutile

Major new rutile soil anomaly identified at Malingunde

ASX-listed Sovereign Metals has identified a major new soil anomaly at its Malingunde rutile project in Malawi. Malawi – Sovereign Metals...
jse Gemfields

Gemfields looks to access increase market liquidity

The AIM listing will provide Gemfields with access to much greater market liquidity, as well as a widening of the current investor base.
Magnis Energy afdb

AfDB allocates €1.2 million to boost mining revenue in Africa

The African Development Bank has allocated a €1.2 million grant to provide training to help resource-rich countries improve their mining revenues.
tax

D-Day is here: South African expats in for a bumpy ride

South African legislation governing expatriate tax exemption is set to change dramatically from 1st March 2020, affecting South Africans worldwide.
angola

Angola is open for business with relaxed visa requirements

Angola has been introducing initiatives to encourage investment in the oil rich country since former president José Eduardo dos Santos stepped down.
Mozambique graphite

Triton Minerals: Showcasing Mozambique’s graphite potential

Triton Minerals may become one of the hottest graphite investments in Africa. Construction at its graphite project is scheduled to start in April 2020.

Base Resources ups its 2020 production guidance

Mineral sands miner Base Resources has reported higher output expectations from its Kwale mineral sands operations in Kenya for the 2020 financial year.
Danakali Colluli

Danakali appoints mining contractor for Colluli

ASX and LSE-listed Danakali’s Colluli Mining Share Company has confirmed Earth Moving Worldwide as its preferred contractor for the Colluli sulphate of potash project mining services scope.
Mkango

Mkango subsidiary acquires initial interest in rare earth magnet recycler

Mkango Resources’ subsidiary, Maginito, has completed the acquisition of an initial 25% interest in HyProMag, that focuses on rare earth magnet recycling.

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