Zambia ex-mines minister found guilty of corruption
Lameck Mwale is in prison awaiting sentencing on Friday.
Malaysia worst global jurisdiction for mining – survey
Finland is ranked No. 1 for global mining investment, says the newly issued Fraser Institute survey.
Malaysia worst global jurisdiction for mining – Fraser Institute
Finland is ranked No. 1 for global mining investment, says the newly issued Fraser Institute survey.
Sierra Leone mining sees revival after Ebola
The Ebola outbreak that began in Dec 2013 has spread to almost 23,000 people and killed more than 9,000.
Nevada’s new mining mantra: Quality trumps quantity
A far less glamorous species of ore has become the quarry of a few shrewd mining juniors – copper oxides.
Zimbabwe mining firms agree to 3% pay hike
Mine companies operating in Zimbabwe have agreed to raise minimum pay for workers by 3%.
Zambia relaxes VAT rules in win for mining firms
To resolve row with mining companies.
Mongolia backs bid to end Rio Tinto mine dispute
Parliament has backed its new PM’s plan to resolve the long-running dispute this year.
House Democrats launch perpetual U.S. mining reform crusade
A new year and a newly seated Congress nearly always portend to U.S. miners that the biennial rite of mining law reform is on the horizon.
Rio Tinto shuns Mongolia equity plan
Rio Tinto is not interested in Mongolia’s plan to cut its equity stake in key mines in exchange for more royalties.
Zambia mines minister re-appointed to end tax row
President Lungu has re-appointed Christopher Yaluma to help end a row over new royalties and tax refunds.
‘The rewards are there, Africa is booming’
But SA no longer the gateway to investment in Africa – Invest Africa CEO.
SA mining production down y/y in December
The three largest contributors were iron ore, PGMs and diamonds.
The best thing Zuma could tell the nation
Clem Sunter believes the president needs to change his focus on job creation.
‘Less conversation, more action’
Jessica van Onselen on sluggish commodity prices, beneficiation and issues within the troubled South African mining sector.
South African Minister urged to revisit mineral-price agreement
Ramatlhodi hopes to have the revised law finalized within six months.
DRC submits draft mining code despite opposition
Mines minister, Martin Kabwelulu, has submitted a draft of a new mining code to the government.
Mexican mining kidnap victims found safe
Although the Media Luna project kidnap victims have been recovered by Mexico authorities, analysts are still taking aim at Torex Gold Resources.
South Africa committed to stability in mining
South Africa is leaving no stone unturned in providing a stable environment for investment, says minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi.
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