Issue no.443 dated 16/07/2019
Not wanting to have infrastructure costs cut into the profitability of their Guinean iron ore deposit Simandou, Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and China's Chinalco are in talks to sell the site's first output to steel giant ArcelorMittal. The multinational [...]
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The latest funding round for British mining junior Rainbow Rare [...]
To win its appeal last June before Windhoek's high court [...]
As a result of the cobalt price slump, Chemaf can no longer only rely on revenue from its sales of the mineral to build its new processing plant. [...]
A court in Tanzania has rejected a request submitted by the trader, a man mentioned in a 2009 UN report about coltan trafficking in Africa, and his partners. [...]
The two representatives of the Japanese public firm Jogmec (Japan [...]
After Kenya, Malawi, Mauritius Island, Uganda and Zimbabwe, Fintech Group [...]
Counting on a hike in the price of uranium over [...]
It is the Australian lawyer Anthony Papamatheos, a partner at [...]
While it continues to seek out suppliers for the construction of its potash mine, Kore Potash still needs to raise nearly $2 billion to get the project off the ground. [...]
Helped by the activist Elizabeth Chyrum in their fight against miner Nevsun, which they have accused of conducting forced labour, Eritrean workers would have liked the details of their retainer agreement with the advocate to remain confidential. [...]
The financial advisory firm founded in Perth in 2017, Sternship [...]
To raise the $10 million needed to complete a pre-feasibility [...]
Michelle Duncan, Ella Watt, Danielle Duffield and Lucy Needle, lawyers [...]
The court of the Southern District of New York will [...]
In an attempt to avoid paying damages to Areva and still be able to take over the desalination plant of the Trekkopje uranium mine, Haddis Tilahun had pushed to attach claims to a Namibian court - to no avail. [...]
To stick within its deadline for the launch of bauxite production by end-2020, the Indian firm will need to sew up the project funding in the coming months. [...]
After holding several ministerial positions under the late Ethiopian prime [...]
After putting in several years as a senior geologist at [...]
Noting that human resources managers do not always understand the [...]
The Australian firm Tiger Resources has completed a study to [...]
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