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Zambia’s copper output up 10.4% year on year in September

Zambia’s annual copper output rose 10.4 percent in September to 631,359 tonnes, the central bank in Africa’s second-biggest producer of the industrial metal announce last week. Some mining companies operating in Zambia include NFC Africa, majority owned by China Non-ferrous Metals Company Limited (CNMC), Canada’s First Quantum Minerals, Glencore, Barrick …

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Close to 1,000 miners to lose jobs at Mopani

About 1, 000 miners at Mopani Copper Mines (MCM) are likely to lose their jobs after the mining giant starter its voluntary retrenchment exercise. According to latest correspondence from MCM Chief Services Manager KV Chitoshi and to the people close to the Development , the company is asking employees to …

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Epiroc acquires Concept Mining

The leading productivity partner for the mining, infrastructure and natural resources industries Epiroc has acquired Innovative Mining Products widely known as New Concept Mining, a South African manufacturer of rock reinforcement products for underground mining. Innovative Mining Products based in Johannesburg, South Africa, also has facilities in Peru, Zambia and …

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New opportunities in mining sector

New opportunities in the Zambian mining sector: Africa Prospect Development Zambia launched in London at Mines and Money being held from 26 – 29 November 2018. Africa Prospect Development Zambia (APDZ) is a Lusaka based company designed to promote high quality, authentic and appealing Zambian based investment opportunities to the …

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Rio Tinto invest $2.6 billion in Koodaideri Mine

Rio Tinto is to develop its most technologically advanced mine following the full approval of a $2.6 billion investment in the Koodaideri iron ore mine in Western Australia. Koodaideri is expected to deliver a new production hub for Rio Tinto’s world-class iron ore business in the Pilbara, incorporating a processing …

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More Americans at African Utility Week.

Multi-award winning African Utility Week conference and exhibition in Cape Town, South Africa has obtained official U.S. Trade Fair Certification from the U.S. Department of Commerce. The development paves way for a greater American participation at the 19th edition of the event scheduled for 14-16 May next year. Along with …

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China’s gold market on the rise

China has become the largest gold producer and consumer in the world in the past two decades. On the backdrop, Roland Wang, Managing Director of China for the WGC said his company aims to work with government bodies, regulators and market practitioners to ‘develop China’s gold market on a long-term, …

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Lubambe mine prioritizes safety

Lubambe Copper Mine has procured the first ever self-contained mine Emergency Refuge Chambers in Zambia. The consignment of five refuge Chambers has been procured at a cost of US$ 475,000 from Mine Arc Systems of Australia. Lubambe Mine Communications Manager Loyce Saili said the procurement of the refuge Chambers by …

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Compact secondary belt cleaner on offer

Global innovator in the bulk material handling industry Martin Engineering has developed new cleaning technologies for applications where space for installation is limited. According to the company, the latest SQC2STM RM (Reduced Mini) Cleaner is a compact secondary belt cleaner allowing installation in close quarters, built with a narrow profile …

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Mining forecast remains positive amid new taxes

Fitch Solutions researchers have indicated that recent tax hike announcement by government recently are to prompt downside revision to the country’s copper production forecast. Government recently announced it will expand and increase taxes on mining companies operating in the country, as part of its 2019 budget. This comes after speculation …

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