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  • South African group Sasol plans to build industrial park in Mozambique

    Sasol Petroleum Temane Limitada, of the South African petrochemical group Sasol, plans to build an industrial park in the area of ​​natural gas exploration in the Temane and Pande >Read

  • Vale concludes sale of assets in Mozambique to Japan’s Mitsui

    Brazilian group Vale completed the sale of its stakes in assets in Mozambique to Japanese group Mitsui & Co, receiving an initial payment of US$733 million, the mining group said in a >Read

  • Indian-owned company resumes iron ore mining in Mozambique

    Damodar Ferro Limitada, a family business established in Maputo in June 2005, will resume iron ore mining in a deposit located in the Lalaua district, Nampula province, due to rising prices >Read

  • Botswana, Mozambique to unlock opportunities for private sector

    President Ian Khama said Botswana and Mozambique should redouble efforts in accelerating implementation of strategic projects. Addressing his Mozambique counterpart Filipe Jacinto Nyusi in >Read

  • Two crane giants join forces

    Konecranes has completed acquisition of Terex MHPS trading as Demag Cranes, Hoists, Material Handling and Ports Solutions. According to the company the acquisition will improve >Read

LOCAL NEWS

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Liquefaction of natural gas in Mozambique requires initial investment of US$30 billion
Initial production of liquid natural gas (LNG) in the Rovuma basin is expected to total 20 million tons per year, Mozambique’s Minister of Mineral Resources, Esperança Bias told the

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INTERNATIONAL NEWS

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Port of Lobito in Angola, to start handling mining exports from Democratic Republic of Congo and Zambia
The port of Lobito will start to receive mining ore from Katanga, DRC and Zambia for export, carried through the Benguela railway, the Chief Executive officer, Mr. Anapaz Neto of the

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REGULAR
Major South African coal extension project on cards
A decision will be taken in the June quarter on go-ahead for the Klipspruit Life Extension coal project in Mpumalanga, which is said to have robust economics. The original BHP Billiton

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Group to split to improve customer focus
Swedish sustainable productivity solutions provider Atlas Copco will create a new company focused on mining and civil engineering, should it receive backing at its annual general meeting in

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FEATURED NEWS
Gemfields’ Q2 emerald output nearly halves
Production of emerald and beryl at Aim-listed Gemfields’ 75%-owned Kagem mine, in Zambia, nearly halved to 4.7-million carats in the three months to December 31, compared with the

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Caterpillar to invest $1bn in Africa over the next five years
US mining equipment manufacturer Caterpillar, its independent dealers and the Caterpillar Foundation are to invest $1-billion in business, education and training across Africa over the next

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MORE NEWS AND ARTICLES

Botswana, Mozambique to unlock opportunities for private sector

President Ian Khama said Botswana and Mozambique should redouble efforts in accelerating implementation of strategic projects. Addressing his >Read More

Xtract completes Manica review

Aim-listed Xtract Resources has completed a review of its Manica project, in Mozambique, as part of an overall review of the company’s position >Read More

Engineering Design contract for Balama Project awarded CPC Engineering

Perth based CPC Engineering has been awarded a contract by Syrah Resources Ltd for the detailed engineering and design of the Balama Graphite Project >Read More

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South Africa falls behind in new mine development
South Africa’s historically successful mining industry has crowded out the search and discovery...

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Aim-listed Xtract Resources has completed a review of its Manica project, in Mozambique, as part of...

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Positive prospects for Mozambique economy
Mozambique’s economic activities are expected to spring to life next year, forecast by business...

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