Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Anglo American and Chile’s state-owned copper producer, Codelco, have extended talks to reach a settlement over the disputed stake in Anglo American Sur.

AN improvement in operating conditions in Zambia, including a 15% reduction in the electricity tariff, has given UK-listed mining group, Vedanta, confidence to start...

Turning the troubled Mowana copper mine in Botswana around has proved more problematic than Cradle Arc CEO - and controlling shareholder - Kevin van...

Zincor plans to meet customers' short-term requirements and it will decide early next week when to restart halted operations.

THE risk of an audit similar in nature to one that has saddled Canada's First Quantum Minerals with an $8bn tax claim could be...

IvanPlats said it was seeking strategic partners for its $2bn Kamoa copper project in the Congo and had already set down plans to improve power supply to the site.

Anglo American nears the sale of its $1bn-plus zinc businesses.

Anglo American says it is not obliged to sell Codelco anything as the Chilean state-owned miner exercises a right to buy 49% in Los Bronces copper mine and other properties.

Australia will impose an interim dumping duty of 16 percent on some aluminium extrusions from China.

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.