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21 Mar 2021

DRC’s first ‘Cahier de Charge’ approved.

21 March 2021 – In a pioneering step, a large mining company in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has – with assistance from SRK Consulting Congo – become the […]
20 Mar 2021

State-of-the-art simulations help optimise pit-to-ship projects.

By Imre Viljoen 20 March 2021 – Africa hosts about 30% of the world’s total mineral reserves and a higher share of diamonds, vanadium, manganese, platinum, cobalt, and gold deposits. […]
17 Mar 2021

Air Charter Service sees charter flight bookings soar for mining operations.

17 March 2021 – Air Charter Services has seen charter flight bookings soar for mining operations. Aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service (ACS), reports that the company has seen a […]
11 Mar 2021

Glencore’s SA hub to kickstart small business

11 March 2021 – Mining company Glencore Ferroalloys has established an Enterprise and Development (ESD) Hub in Rustenburg in the North West province of  South Africa, that will kickstart small […]
7 Mar 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Manono in the DRC.

07 March 2021 – With the tin price hitting some high notes early in the year, a number of new projects are in the pipeline. One of them is in […]
5 Mar 2021

WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week is Golden Deeps’ Abenab in Namibia.

05 March 2021 – Vanadium is a new-world commodity with a bright future. It has always been known that the Otavi Mountain Land in the northeast of Namibia hosts significant […]
2 Mar 2021

Côte d’Ivoire is increasingly alluring to investors.

Joël Touré, Chief Executive of Stanbic Bank Côte d’Ivoire   02 March 2021 – Thanks to a number of business-friendly reforms in recent years, Côte d’Ivoire is increasingly alluring to  foreign […]
21 Feb 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on gold in West Africa.

By L.M. Louw  21 February 2021 – While West African countries like Ghana, Burkina Faso and Mali continues to attract junior gold exploration companies, new players like Guinea, Liberia, Sierra […]
21 Feb 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Sarama’s Tankoro in Burkina Faso

By L.M. Louw 21 February 2021 – WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Canadian based Sarama Resources’s exploration activities at  the Tankoro gold project in Burkina Faso. The drilling campaign will […]
20 Feb 2021

WhyAfrica’s Pick of the Week is NextSource’s Molo project in Madagascar.

By L.M. Louw. 20 February 2021 – World graphite markets are heading for a significant supply deficit. With legendary former Xstrata CEO Mick Davis behind them, WhyAfrica’s Pick of the […]
19 Feb 2021

Mining in Mozambique to benefit from battery technology.

By Grace Goodrich 19 February 2021 – The gradual transition to renewable energy around the globe will affect several African countries. Mining in Mozambique is set to benefit from battery […]
8 Feb 2021

Mining will be vital in a low carbon future.

08 February 2021 – The fact that mining will be vital in a low-carbon future, was confirmed by the topics prioritised at the recent Investing in African Mining Indaba’s virtual […]
7 Feb 2021

Funding the big constraint for African exploration companies

08 February 2021 – Exploration is a high-risk gamble anywhere in the world. In fragile states of Africa, the political and security risks come into play as well. However, funding […]
7 Feb 2021

Is it not time that the mining industry shares its good news story with Africans?

By L.M. Louw 08 February 2021 – Mining companies are often regarded as the eternal enemy in African communities. This is mostly the results of poor communication. Is it not […]
7 Feb 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Twin Hills Central in Namibia

07 February 2021 – Namibia is arguably one of the most attractive mining jurisdictions in Africa. Add to this the country’s unique scenic beauty and scattered shallow gold occurrences, and […]
7 Feb 2021

WhyAfrica’s Hawks Eye is on Barrick’s Kibali gold mine in the DRC.

07 February 2021 – The underground mine at Kibali, one of the prime gold mining projects in Africa, achieved record monthly and quarterly ore production in December 2020 and therefore […]
7 Feb 2021

Pick of the week is Resolute’s Tabakoroni in Mali.

07 February 2021 – With the political situation settling down in Mali after the military coup in August 2020, and the outlook for gold stable to good, our pick of […]
5 Feb 2021

Can mining houses compel employees to be vaccinated?

By Lizle Louw, a Partner at Webber Wentzel  05 February 2021 – As South Africa prepares to roll out the Covid-19 vaccine, the most pressing question is: Can mining houses […]