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: Chinese company starts heavy sands exploration in Chibuto, Gaza

Mozambique Mining: Chinese company starts heavy sands exploration in Chibuto, Gaza

The launch of the Chibuto heavy sand exploration project is set to move ahead and its impact will radically change the quality of life of the population, the director of Mineral Resources and Energy of the Mozambican province of Gaza.

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Mozambique Mining: MRG Metals to explore heavy sands in Gaza province

Australia’s MRG Metals has signed an agreement in principle with Australian company Sofala Resources Pty Ltd. to acquire three concessions in Mozambique for the exploration of heavy sands, the company said in a statement issued on Wednesday.

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Mozambique Mining: Begins pre-feasibility study for Mutamba heavy sands project

The first phase of the pre-feasibility study of the Mutamba heavy sands project is already underway, the Savannah Resources group said, adding that the study is being conducted by TZMI, a technical consultancy firm specializing in heavy sands.

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Mozambique Mining: Unquantified diamonds discovered in Mozambique south province

Mozambique, the National Director of Mines last week confirmed that diamonds had been discovered in the Massangena district of the Gaza province. Talking to the Maputo newspaper Notícias, he refused to say how many diamonds had so far been found, but stated that exploration and prospecting activities by both local and international companies were continuing.

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Mozambique Energy: Repair Works start on Massingir dam

The spillway repair works on the Massingir dam, a project budgeted at US$60 million, are due to begin next May, said Edgar Chongo, the technician assigned to the Limpopo Basin Management Unit. The contract, awarded to a consortium involving Italian company Cooperativa Muratori and Cementisti (CMC) di Ravenna and South Africa’s WBHO, will take 24 months and its financing is secured with funds from the Mozambique State Budget and the African Development Bank.

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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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