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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

Syrah Resources opens Balama

President Filipe Nuyusi has official opened Balama Graphite developed by Syrah Resources. According to Nuyusi the plant is the biggest graphite plant in the world....

Miners urged to think pipe-work infrastructure sustainability

Polypipe, the UK’s largest and most innovative manufacturer of plastic piping systems has urged miners to have thorough pipe-work infrastructure in place to drive...

Increasing mining services key to Africa

Southern African Development Community (SADC) believes increasing the demand for mining goods and services is necessary to grow the industry in Africa Seth Akweshie,...

SA steel industry continue to face challenges

Allied Steelrode recently announced that the fluctuating primary pricing threatens the mettle of South Africa’s steel industry. According to industry sources, much of this can...

Sustainable engineering and project services from WorleyParsons Mozambique Lda

With East Africa emerging as a significant oil and gas region, WorleyParsons is seeing renewed interest in countries such as Mozambique. In recent years...

Mozambique to play larger role in coal export market

Mozambique’s flag has been tagged among the major players in Southern Africa’s domestic and export coal makert. Botswana’s minerals minister said South Africa, Mozambique and...

Savannah eyes Mutamba heavy mineral sands

Savannah Resources has submitted three applications to the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy for mining leases for the Mutamba heavy mineral sands project. The...

Indian company Essar Ports to build coal terminal in Mozambique

Indian company Essar Ports of the Essar group plans to invest US$500 million to build a new coal terminal in Mozambique and expand the...

Battery energized to exploit Montepeuz, Balama

Australian graphite exploration company, Battery Minerals has secured funding to develop its two flagship graphite projects – Montepuez and Balama. The company has received $20mn...

HCB commemorate $800-million transaction

Hidroelectrica Cahora Bassa (HCB), operators of the Cahora Bassa dam and the 2 075 MW hydropower plant, is poised to move into a period...