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: Kenmare’s H1 profit surges on stronger Chinese demand

Mozambique Mining: Kenmare’s H1 profit surges on stronger Chinese demand

(Reuters) – Titanium minerals miner Kenmare Resources Plc said on Monday pretax profit for the first half of the year jumped nearly three-fold, as it shipped more finished products to China and other Asian markets.

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Mozambique Mining: Kenmare Resources results improve

Kenmare Resources, one of the leading global producers of titanium minerals and zircon, which operates the Moma Titanium Minerals Mine (the “Mine” or “Moma”) in northern Mozambique, has just reported records after records in all fronts of the business for the present quarter and half year ending 30 June 2018.

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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: 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 Mining: Savannah Resources start heavy sands extraction in Inhambane

A consortium of Savannah Resources and the Rio Tinto mining groups will begin extracting heavy sand samples in Inhambane, southern Mozambique, to produce concentrate under the pre-feasibility study of the Mutamba project, which began in mid-2017, Savannah said in a recent market filing.

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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: Kenmare Resources reports 3% increase in minerals exports

The production at a heavy sands project in Moma in northern Mozambique, recorded a 3.0 percent increase in the first half of the year, Irish company Kenmare Resources said Monday in a statement quoted by Macauhub news agency.

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Mozambique Mining: Production recommences at Kenmare Moma Mine

Kenmare Resources (LSE: KMR, ISE: KMR) has announced that the Moma Titanium Minerals project in Nampula Province, north Mozambique is now working normally following a temporary suspension of operations as a result of the unofficial industrial action announced on the 24 June. According to the company Managing Director, Michael Carvill, all employees have now returned to work. “The Company stands by the tripartite agreement made with the Union and Department of Labour in March concerning…

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