Africa Mining: Angola Chipindo’s gold exploration expected to resume by 2019

Africa Mining: Angola Chipindo’s  gold exploration expected to resume by 2019

Gold exploration in the municipality of Chipindo, which is 456 kilometres north of Lubango, the capital of Angola’s Huíla province, will resume in January 2019, the local administrator recently announced. Advertisements

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Africa Mining: Sudan allows local private sector firms to export gold

Africa Mining: Sudan allows local private sector firms to export gold

Sudan will allow local private sector firms to export gold, Prime Minister Moataz Moussa said on Monday, relaxing the central bank’s grip over exports of the metal as the government tries to shore up the country’s struggling economy.

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Africa Mining: Zimbabwe to let gold, platinum mines retain higher dollar earnings

Africa Mining: Zimbabwe to let gold, platinum mines retain higher dollar earnings

Zimbabwe will allow gold and platinum mining companies to retain up to 55% of their earnings in dollars, government and central bank officials said on Monday, as authorities in the southern African nation move to ensure operators remain viable.

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Africa Mining: Zimplats profit rises on higher 4E output

Africa Mining: Zimplats profit rises on higher 4E output

Impala Platinum (Implats) subsidiary Zimplats has reported a 4% increase in platinum, palladium, rhodium and gold (4E) tonnes mined to 1.6-million tonnes and a 6% increase in tonnes milled to 1.67-million for the quarter ended September 30.

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Mozambique Mining: Xtract, Nexus amend terms of alluvial collaboration agreement

Mozambique Mining: Xtract, Nexus amend terms of alluvial collaboration agreement

Xtract Resources and Nexus Capital, previously known as Mineral Technologies International, on Tuesday agreed to revise the terms of a collaboration agreement for the exploitation of alluvial gold deposits at Xtract’s Manica deposit, in Mozambique.

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