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AfriTin seeks to raise £5.5m in share placement

23rd May 2018 Aim-listed tin development company AfriTin Mining hopes to raise £5.5-million in an accelerated bookbuild to fast-track the work programme at its flagship Uis mine, in Namibia.  

Excitement as ‘Wits-style’ gold is discovered in iron-ore hub, but geologist urges caution

13th April 2018 While there is no doubt that conglomerate gold has been discovered in the Pilbara, the broader understanding of this style of gold mineralisation in the Pilbara remains incomplete and, therefore, any comparisons with the Witwatersrand (Wits) basin are premature, states SRK Consulting geologist... 

Strategic Minerals updates Cornwall tin project resource

20th March 2018 The inferred mineral resource of the Redmoor tin/tungsten project, in the UK, has increased to 4.5-million tonnes, at 1% tin-equivalent, Aim-listed Strategic Minerals reported on Tuesday. The update, established by mining consultancy SRK Consulting, is nearly double the previously reported... 

Lupaka PEA reports 'robust' economics for Invicta

2nd March 2018 Peru-focused gold explorer and project developer Lupaka Gold has reported strong financial metrics in a new preliminary economic assessment (PEA) for an initial production scenario at its Invicta project. The PEA evaluated the economic viability for the underground mining of indicated and... 
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Zambia urges South African firms to invest in public projects

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