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Reforms boost Malawi’s mining

Reforms boost Malawi’s mining The mining reforms of Dr. Lazarus Chakwera, President of Malawi, are yielding positive results. By Leon Louw, owner of WhyAfrica and editor of the WhyAfrica magazine. When President Chakwera initially announced his intentions of reforming the mining industry in Malawi in February 2021, it was met with resistance from within and […]

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Rwanda joins Africa’s critical metal list

Rwanda joins Africa’s critical metal list Fieldwork at London listed Aterian’s southern projects in Rwanda has identified 22 zones of potentially mineralised pegmatite, confirming the presence of a swarm of rare-metal hosting targets for future exploration and evaluation. Tin and tantalum mining is not new to Rwanda. Artisanal miners have been present in the area

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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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