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BME to exhibit at Mining Indaba

Every year the Investing in African Mining Indaba provides delegates with an excellent networking opportunity, with discussions around new projects being one of the focuses. BME South Africa-based explosives supplier BME will be exhibiting for the...

China growth slows in Q1

Growth in the world’s second largest economy has slowed to 7.4% in the first quarter of 2014, an 18-month low as the country focuses on stabilisation. Official data released on Wednesday showed that China’s economy grew 7.4% year-on-year for the...

Now is the time for iron ore

Now is the right time to build a mine and build a port and the right time to be in iron ore, especially in Central Africa. This was the view given by Sundance Resources MD, Giulio Casello, who was speaking in Perth, Australia, today on the second...

Resource industry can drive Africa’s growth

The 21st century will be an African century of transformation and the resource industry has the potential to drive Africa’s growth for the next 10 years. So said the Australian Federal Minister for Resources and Energy, the Hon Gary Gray at the...

Africa needs to up tempo to boost economic growth

While Africa’s economic outlook for 2013 and 2014 was promising, its’ growth has been accompanied by insufficient poverty reduction, persisting unemployment, and increased income inequalities. This is according to the African Economic Outlook 2013,...

The first sale of Manganese ore by Kaboko

Kaboko Mining Limited (ASX: KAB) (Kaboko) has concluded the first sale of high-grade Manganese ore from its Mansa Mine to the Noble Group under its $10M pre-pay and offtake agreement (Noble Agreement). Kaboko’s CEO, Tokkas Van Heerden said,...