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Gold mining in East Africa

Barrick Gold’s Twiga in Tanzania is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week

Barrick Gold’s Twiga in Tanzania is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week Barrick Gold’s North Mara and Bulyanhulu gold mines in Tanzania have not only sustained their strong performance in 2023, but the two mines have made a significant impact on Tanzania and in the local communities where they operate.   North Mara and Bulyanhulu are […]

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More gold for Tanzania?

More gold for Tanzania? Another exploration company is advancing their gold project in Tanzania, which has become a favourite investment destination in Africa for mining, energy, agri-business, and tourism companies. By Leon Louw owner and editor of WhyAfrica Tanzania hosts a range of minerals and metals, and several gold mining companies, including majors like AngloGold

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Akobo’s Segele in Ethiopia is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week

Akobo’s Segele in Ethiopia is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week   Scandinavian based Akobo Minerals is ramping up activities in preparation to start mining at the Segele gold project in Ethiopia. Akobo is WhyAfrica’s Pick Of The Week    Akobo Minerals has appointed South African contractor IW Mining to operate the underground mine at Segele,

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Gold mine soldiers on as Ethiopia turns the corner

Gold mine soldiers on as Ethiopia turns the corner   London listed KEFI Gold and Copper (previously KEFI Minerals) will launch its flagship Tulu Kapi gold mine early in 2022 after the project was temporarily put on ice because of the deteriorating security situation in Ethiopia. The mine is expected to start production as early

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Water management key to Kenya’s mining sector

Water management key to Kenya’s mining sector Kenya’s mining industry, which generated an estimated Ksh22.7- billion in 2020, is expected to grow as more operators are set to begin production next year. The western part of Kenya is undoubtedly going to attract large-scale gold mining in 2022 after Shanta Gold, a mining company with operations

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