Saturday, October 16, 2021

Kenmare post positive results amid COVID-19

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Global producers of titanium minerals and zircon, Kenmare Resources have posted positive results for the first half of the year, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our...

SADC countries told to effectively promote industrialisation and improve economic growth in the region

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Natural resource-based sectors, including agriculture and mining, still account for, on average, 25% of gross domestic product (GDP) in the southern African region (SADC). This...

Mozambique gold production rose in second quarter

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Mining contractor gold production at the Manica concession in Mozambique rose in the three months through June to about 566 ounces, up from 467...

Multi-billion-dollar Development a fantastic result for Mozambique

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Chairman of MRG Metals Ltd, Andrew Van Der Zwan, believes that the proposed multi-billion-dollar Chongoene Development Corridor (CDC) Project in Mozambique is a fantastic...

Syrah to reduce workforce in Mozambique

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Graphite miner Syrah Resources has told shareholders that 220 roles would be retained at its Balama operation in Mozambique, of which 93% would be...

MIREME hires Spatial Dimensions to upgrade to an Online Mining Cadastre System

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Spatial Dimension, a Trimble Company, has been hired by the Mozambique Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy (MIREME) to upgrade its mining cadastre to...

High-speed Zambia-Mozambique rail on the cards

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A US-based company, Railnet International, is proposing to Fund an $11 billion medium speed rail line between Zambia, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. Railnet CEO, Donald Kress,...

Illegal miners turn violent in Northern Mozambique

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Illegal mines have turned violent in Northern Mozambique as they attacked miners at Montepuez Ruby Mining (MRM). The illegal miners reportedly torched a car belonging...

Lawyers vow to expose cartel

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The Mozambican Bar Association (OAM) has vowed to leave no stone unturned when they investigate the circumstances leading to the death of 11 illegal...

Mozambique recovers illegally mined minerals worthy US$1.3M

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In a move meant to recover illegally lost state revenue, Mozambique government, in 2019, recovered illegally mined minerals worth 80 million meticais (US$1.3 million). According...