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Africa’s mining sector rebounds from uncertainties

With commodity prices improving and the mining industry moving towards positive growth, indications are that participants at the Investing in African Mining Indaba 2018 will experience the “return of investor appetite” first-hand, says Mining Indaba Managing Director Alex Grose. This renewed investor interest suggests that the African mining sector is …

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Cement plant compensate displaced families

ZCCM Investment Holdings has announced plans to build 47 houses for displaced people in Masati district on the Copperbelt. The Group is expected to spend K 108, 000 on each households displaced to pave way for the factory area. the development comes as, ZCCM-IH is constructing a US$600 million dollar …

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CEC celebrates 10-year listing on LuSE

Plans to raise funds for future expansion coupled with deliberate efforts to boost share ownership by Zambians in CEC saw the company list on the Lusaka Securities Exchange, ten years ago. The company planned to spend $40.5 million on infrastructure upgrades over the next seven years after signing two loan …

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CEC boosts Kitwe’s fight against cholera

As part of its contribution to the City’s clean up exercise, CEC has donated various materials to the Kitwe City Council. Totaling over K220, 000.00, the donation is timely, in the wake of the cholera outbreak in Lusaka and other parts of the country. The first donation, a response to …

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Competition in African gas sector heightens

Slow development of gas economy in South Africa may push investors into other investment addresses. Wayne Lindecke, engineering consultant WSP power generation director said developers may focus their attention on other parts of Africa or other parts of the world where similar opportunities exist if South Africa does not speed …

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