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Vedanta’s date with Zambia High Court over KCM adjourned until June...

A COURT hearing regarding an application to wind up the business of Konkola Copper Mines (KCM), a company owned by India's Vedanta, had been...

Codelco workers strike over privatisation fears

Workers at the world's largest copper producer, Chile's Codelco, have gone on strike over modernisation plans they fear amount to privatization.

Copper marches on brighter prospects

Copper, which is a leading indicator on wider economic prospects, was on the march on optimism 2010 would be a year of improved demand.

Anglo, Codelco deal may open up copper mountain

The deal unveiled by Codelco and Anglo American may unlock the huge value contained in one of the world’s richest copper districts.

KGHM says plans for large output rise unrealistic

Copper producer KGHM dropped plans to boost production by some 40% next year because it no longer planned to make a large acquisition of foreign deposits.

Anglo American releases Mitsubishi contract

Anglo American has released four documents relating to the sale of shares in Anglo American Sur to Mitsubishi, denying the contract contains any means to change the deal.

Zambian workers strike over pay

About 2,000 Zambian workers at NFC Africa Mining, majority-owned by China Nonferrous Metals Mining Corporation, have gone on a strike.

Orion to weigh funding options as Prieska zinc-copper study nears completion

ORION Minerals has set about the task of how it will raise finance for its Prieska zinc-copper project, a brownfield development set in South...

African Eagle starts to soar

The share price of African Eagle Resources has taken off, as institutions are seemingly buying management's story that the company found a world class nickel deposit in Tanzania.

Ivanhoe scopes for $1.4bn Congo mine

Shares in Ivanhoe Mines slid following publication of a preliminary study of its Kamoa copper mine which set down plans for a two-stage project.