Saturday, February 16, 2019

Mining Indaba 2019

Mining Indaba 2019

TALKS between the Zambian government and Barrick Gold regarding the future of the Canadian firm's Lumwana copper/gold mine were said by mines minister, Richard Musukwa...

MINERALS Council South Africa said this week that it has been compiling data on junior and emerging miners, with some green shoots starting to sprout...

DIAMONDS may be a girl’s best friend, but they have done few favours for investors over the past few years. Right now, the diamond...

THE issue of availability of foreign currency to Zimbabwe’s mining companies is being addressed, according to Zimbabwe’s Minister of Mines Winston Chitando, but he...

DISCUSSIONS between Barrick and the Tanzanian government over resolving the situation at Acacia Mining were proceeding along the lines agreed between Barrick executive chairman,...

GWEDE Mantashe, South Africa's mines minister, declared South Africa had ironed out its long-standing regulatory uncertainties, but he warned new investors that the days...

GHANA'S blitz on illegal mining is yielding environmental dividends, with fish returning to rivers heavily polluted by the practice, the president of the gold producing...

THE uranium market was turning around and this time it was for real after being depressed for the past decade during which price recoveries were...

First Quantum Minerals was one of several companies that had bid for a 17% stake in the state-owned mining investment firm, Zambia Consolidated Copper...

THE appearance of President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Mining Indaba conference sends a strong message that South Africa intends to reform its position in the...