Mining (197)

Trigon Metals plans to restart operations at its Kombat Mine in Q2, a year after having suspended operations to optimise its newly increased working capital by reconfiguring the mine plan to focus on higher grade and more consistent orebodies drilled in the Kavango pit and Kombat trend mineralisation.

Andrada, previously AfriTin,  Mining says its findings from details of a new tin resource for 11 historically mined pegmatite orebodies located close to the actively mined V1/V2 pegmatite at the Uis Mine in Namibia, shows that it now has one of the largest tin assets globally.

Golden Deeps (GED), a mining company focused on the exploration and development of vanadium, lead, and zinc projects, has announced a significant breakthrough at its Abenab project in Namibia.

Technology metals mining company AfriTin Mining has officially changed its name to Andrada Mining, according to a statement from the Registrar of Companies in Guernsey, where the company is registered.

 Dundee Precious Metals has announced that its Tsumeb smelter in Namibia has missed its annual processing target for 2022.

The Ministry of Mines and Energy's Petroleum Commissioner, Maggy Shino, is set to lead discussions on investment opportunities in Namibia's energy sector at the Invest in African Energy Reception later this month in London. 

AfriTin Mining shareholders approved a resolution on Thursday to change the company's name to Andrada Mining Ltd.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Land Reform has refused to grant Uranium One, a subsidiary of Russia’s Rosatom, which was granted exploration rights in 2019, a water use permit required for mining, saying the company failed to prove its uranium extraction method would not cause pollution.

 AfriTin Mining says it has recorded a ramp-up in production at its expanded Uis Mine processing plant, a development that has seen its November 2022 production exceeding target by 20%.

Broadmind Mining expects its Eisenberg rare earth minerals project to start production in 2026, its Executive Chairperson Sidney Martin has said.