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African exploration

Gabon extends Genmin’s exploration licenses

Gabon extends Genmin’s exploration licenses The Ministry of Mines in Gabon has extended Australian listed Genmin’s Baniaka and Bakoumba exploration licenses for another six years. Genmin is an African iron ore exploration and development company with a pipeline of projects in Gabon. The company has a 100% interest in three projects comprising six granted exploration …

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SA’s mining future rests on exploration turnaround

SA’s mining future rests on exploration turnaround The Junior Indaba, held in Johannesburg earlier this month, highlighted once again that South Africa is losing ground on the exploration and junior mining front – with exploration being discouraged by a range of factors. Unlike many other jurisdictions, it appeared that South Africa did not actively promote …

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AfriTin in Namibia is WhyAfrica’s pick of the week

By Leon Louw founder and editor of WhyAfrica 29 June 2021 – After starting production in November 2019 AfriTin Mining’s Uis tin mine in Namibia is steadily operating at nameplate capacity of around 60 tonnes of tin concentrate per month. The company expects further improvement in grades later this year. AfriTin in Namibia is WhyAfrica’s …

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