Bisie: a compelling investment

Bisie: a compelling investment

Alphamin’s Bisie tin project in the DRC is keeping imaginations alive and investors intrigued. CEO Boris Kamstra spoke to Nicola Theunissen at this year’s Mining Indaba.

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It’s all in the detail

It’s all in the detail

Going back to basics is the best way of getting more mileage out of screening decks and panels, writes Leon Louw. 

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On a collision course

On a collision course

The recent controversy stirred up by Atha Africa Ventures’ successful bid to mine coal in a protected environment has once again raised questions about whether mining and conservation are on a collision course, writes Leon Louw.

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 Mining in Tanzania creating a stable environment

Mining in Tanzania creating a stable environment

By Ntsako Khosa

Tanzania – we look at the Tanzanian mining sector, which provides jobs for more than one million people.

Tanzania, a country located in east Africa and surrounded by Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique and Kenya. Despite being popularly known for its vast wilderness areas, the mining industry is making head way with talk of adding an indigenous mineral to its foreign reserves. In tightening its laws, government is showing considerable interest to stabilising the industry, therefore ultimately stabilising the economy. We look at current mining activity in Tanzania.

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