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New studies by companies related to the mining sector show good prospects for the exploitation of heavy sands and rubies in Mozambique, according to the report consulted by the Lusa news agency.
Mining company Savannah Resources conducted a study for sand processing in Mutamba, in the Inhambane region of southern Mozambique, and concluded that “there is potential for a financially robust and long-lasting project.”