Mozambique Mining: Chinese group aims 20,000 tonnes of ore per day from Chibuto mine

Mozambique Mining: Chinese group aims 20,000 tonnes of ore per day from Chibuto mine

Chinese mining company Ding Sheng Minerals plans to process 20,000 tonnes of ore per day at two new developments in Chibuto, Gaza province, in southern Mozambique, according to a communique released yesterday. Advertisements

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Mozambique Mining: President Nyusi visits Chibuto heavy sands

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi has encouraged the Chinese company, the Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Group, to work in a coordinated fashion with the local communities and the administration of Chibuto district, in the southern province of Gaza, where it plans to exploit titanium bearing heavy mineral sands.

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Mozambique Rare Earth Mining: Chinese companies, Govt sign exploration contracts

The Mozambique government and Chinese companies Anhui Foreign Economic Construction Group and Yunnan Xinli Non-Ferrous Metals Co. on Monday signed a contract for exploration of heavy minerals in Chibuto, Gaza province, the Mozambican press reported.

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