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April 12

  • Brazilian Mining Giant to Pull Out of Ethiopia


    The Brazilian mining giant, Vale, which has been engaged in mineral exploration project in Southern Ethiopia since 2011, is to pull out of the country by suspending its exploration... Read more »

  • FG to Partner With Kaccima, Local Investors to Develop Mining Sector


    The Minister of Mines and Steel Development, Mr Musa Sada, said the Federal Government would partner with Kaduna Chamber of Commerce, Industry, Mines and Agriculture (KACCIMA) and... Read more »

April 11

  • Govt Seeks New Diamond Markets

    Zimbabwe Independent

    ZIMBABWE is hunting for alternative markets for its diamonds amid indications government may dump Antwerp World Diamond Centre in Belgium in favour of the Dubai Diamond Exchange in... Read more »

  • Kajiado Leaders Ask NOCK to Stop Oil Search

    The Star

    OIL exploration at Magadi in Kajiado county has been temporarily stopped until fresh negotiations are agreed upon by all stakeholders. Read more »

  • Govt Sets Up Sh2.5 Billion Fund for Small-Scale Miners

    Daily News

    THE government has set aside over 2.5bn/- towards the development of small-scale miners in the country. The Minister for Energy and Minerals, Prof Sospeter Muhongo, revealed this... Read more »

  • Amwuz, Chamber of Mines Set for Arbitration

    Zimbabwe Independent

    THE 2014 protracted wage negotiations between the Associated Mine Workers Union of Zimbabwe and the employer body the Chamber of Mines is heading for arbitration after having... Read more »

  • Govt to Reorganise Diamond Production

    The Herald

    GOVERNMENT has decided that diamond mining remains an exclusive responsibility of the State, with the resource getting exploited on parameters of strict accountability, the... Read more »

  • Moratorium On Phosphate Mining Remains

    New Era

    The fisheries ministry remains resolute in its position on the moratorium on phosphate mining and will only re-consider its position when it has studied the final results of the... Read more »

  • Minister Decries Dominance of Nigeria's Minerals Sector By Chinese, Indians


    The minister of mines and steel development, Architect Musa Mohammed Sada, has raised the alarm over the dominance of Chinese and Indians in Nigeria's minerals sector to the... Read more »

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