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Monday, February 18, 2019

Ore reserves at Montepuez rise to 42.2Mt

The ore reserves at ASX-listed Battery Minerals' Montepuez graphite project, in Mozambique, have increased to 42.2-million tonnes at 9.3% total graphitic carbon (TGC) for...

Aussies dominate Rio Tinto board

Rio Tinto has appointed Simon McKeon, another Australian citizen as an independent non-executive director. McKeon joins the board on 1 January 2019. “Simon’s appointment further...

Balama full production on track

Australian-based industrial minerals and technology, Syrah Resources has announced that Balama’s replacement primary classifier unit has arrived on site. According to a recent announcement by...

Caula’s two-phased development a treat.

A scoping study into the Caula vanadium/graphite project, in Mozambique, has estimated that the two-phased development would cost some A$167.6-million to develop. ASX-listed New Energy...

Vale Moçambique suspends work indefinitely on local complaints of pollution

Vale Moçambique suspended work indefinitely on Thursday in Moatize, in Mozambique’s Tete province, due to protests from local people complaining about pollution, according to...

Companies sign contracts for oil exploration in Mozambique

The companies that were awarded the 5th public tender for the concession of areas for oil research and production on Monday began to sign...

Thompson appointed to the helm of Rio

Rio Tinto has named industry veteran Simon Thompson as chairman after shareholders rejected a plan to install a renowned dealmaker -- reinforcing an industry-wide...

Klemens promise to overhaul of mining industry

Government has promised to perk up legislation and service delivery in the mining industry. Letícia Klemens, Mineral Resources and Energy Minister said the country’s minerals...

Ancuabe graphite project apply for mining license

Triton Minerals’ subsidiary Grafex Limitada has submitted a mining concession application (MCA) to the Instituto Nacional de Minas (INAMI) for its large flake, high-purity...

Rio Tinto charged with fraud over U.S.$3.7 billion Tete Coal Mine deal

Rio Tinto and two former bosses were charged with fraud Tuesday by the US regulator, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), over how they...