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SA’s Steenkampskraal on track to produce first monazite in 2024

SA’s Steenkampskraal on track to produce first monazite in 2024  Steenkampskraal, a monazite mine in the Wester Cape Province of South Africa, remains on track to produce its first monazite by December 2024.     Speaking at the Critical Minerals Africa Conference in Cape Town last week, Graham Soden, a Director, CEO and Mine Manager of […]

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Approval a milestone for Mkango in Malawi

Approval a milestone for Mkango in Malawi The Malawi Environmental Protection Agency (MEPA) has approved dual listed Mkango Resources’ Environmental Social Health Impact Assessment (ESHIA) at the company’ Songwe Hill Rare Earths Project in the Phalombe district of Malawi. The approval of the ESHIA is a significant milestone in the Mining Development Agreement (MDA) approval

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Angola wealth fund buys into Pensana’s green narrative

Angola wealth fund buys into Pensana’s green narrative   Fundo Soberano de Angola (FSDEA), the Angolan Sovereign Wealth Fund, has made a further equity investment of USD10-million into the development of Pensana’s Longonjo rare earth project in Angola. Pensana is developing Longonjo in central Angola while at the same time building the world’s first rare

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As reform kicks in exploration companies head to Angola

As reform kicks in exploration companies head to Angola        Strategic government decisions have put Angola’s mining sector back on the world map as the country positions itself as a top global mineral producer. The result: more exploration companies heading to Angola.   By Leon Louw owner and editor of WhyAfrica         Angola is on

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