October 21

October 20

  • Zimbabwe: Riozim Boss Pushed Out

    The Herald

    Former RioZim chief executive Mr Ashton Ndlovu was forced to resign because shareholders were not happy with his performance, a source close to the matter said. "Some major... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Freda Rebecca Gold Output Up 23 Percent

    New Zimbabwe

    GOLD output at Mwana Africa's Freda Rebecca mine rose by 23 percent to 16,555 ounces during the second quarter to September 30, from 13,505 oz during the same period last year, the... Read more »

  • Namibia: Mining Industry Will Grow Phenomenally - Malango

    New Era

    Namibia's mining activities are still the backbone of the economy and will be for many years to come as the industry grew by 6 percent during the second quarter of 2014, compared... Read more »

October 19

October 18

  • Zimbabwe: Mining University for Zim

    The Herald

    Zimbabwe will host one of four prestigious universities that are part of an initiative to construct institutions specialising in mining, minerals beneficiation and skills... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Yara Finalizes U.S.100 Million Potash Exploration Project


    Yara Dallol BV, a subsidiary of Yara International, is finalizing a potash exploration project in the Afar Regional State with an outlay of 100 million dollars. Read more »

October 17

October 16

  • Africa: Africa Can Be Its Own 'Switzerland'


    Africa has the capacity to access at least 200 billion dollars for sustainable development investment but it will remain a slave to foreign aid unless it improves the climate for... Read more »

  • South Africa: Finding Solution for Mining


    Mining, a key sectors of our economy, has in recent times been going through some difficulties. The Mining Sector National Consultative Forum stakeholders agreed that we all have... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Value-Addition Can Boost Diamond Revenue

    The Herald

    REPORTS that regional and international diamond buyers last week snapped up Zimbabwe's gems for a song at an auction in Harare call for a re-look at the way the country markets it... Read more »

  • South Africa: Lonmin's Bermuda Triangle


    Platinum mining giant Lonmin could have found the money to meet rock drillers' pay demands instead of shifting funds between subsidiaries, possibly to avoid tax. Read more »

  • Uganda: Kabarole Residents Demanding More Than Pozzolana


    On Oct. 14, ten journalists visited the pozzolanic mines in Kabarole that are run solely by artisanal miners. This visit is among the several others the team will make in the... Read more »

October 15

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