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Mining minister says Buritica will get permit 1H15

The minister, part of a strong Colombian government delegation that included a senior official from the

US investigating banks over metals pricing

Prosecutors in the Department of Justice’s antitrust division were looking at the price-setting process

Politics

24 FEB 2015

A fiscal struggle

First, it is worth recalling that mining businesses operating in Quebec are subject to a Canadian federal

North America

20 FEB 2015

Chatham could reapply for NZ marine permit

“We have decided an appeal is a pointless exercise. Assuming we win on points of law, we would still

Politics

19 FEB 2015
Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth spotlight
Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth spotlight
Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth spotlight

Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth

Confluence of events timely for uniquely-placed project

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greenland minerals

Black Rock readies for race to graphite production
Black Rock readies for race to graphite production
Black Rock readies for race to graphite production

Black Rock readies for race to graphite production

ASX-listed company sells out planned initial output of "the dark matter of the battery space"

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black rock mining

E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS
E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS
E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS

E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS

Project aiming to produce high-purity manganese for different markets

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element 25

Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape
Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape
Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape

Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape

Tanarra Capital's acquisition of INX another sign of changing mining tech M&A picture

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atrico

Changes to ease Turkey bottleneck

The changes include measures aimed at encouraging tenement-licence turnover to reduce the number of areas

Europe/Middle East

18 FEB 2015

Thiess chief in India investigation

The Herald said it had been leaked three court-approved police summons issued by Indian authorities to

Politics

16 FEB 2015

Rwanda the 'new Switzerland'

Surely not. Rwanda has few natural resources and wasn’t a country renowned for its mining. So had Hersov

Africa

12 FEB 2015

Newmont speaks up for Africa

“We aren’t in the least downbeat, we have invested US$2.7 billion in Ghana since 2006 and paid US$780

Africa

12 FEB 2015
Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining tradition
Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining tradition
Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining tradition

Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining

Institutional investors line up as company mulls AIM listing

Lithium's next generation
Lithium's next generation
Lithium's next generation

Lithium's next generation

Neo Lithium has learned plenty from the first round of lithium boom prospects

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neo lithium

Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'
Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'
Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'

Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'

Spices up Productora with project yielding Cascabel-like intercepts

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hot chili limited

"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the industry] as engineers and operators"
"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the industry] as engineers and operators"
"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the industry] as engineers and operators"

"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the

SRK practice leader Dr Maritz Rykaart on tailings best practice

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Road to prosperity remains open for Ethiopia

Rated highly as a destination for exploration and mine development within the mining investment community

Africa

11 FEB 2015

A legend speaks in Cape Town

His theme, ‘managing the commodities curse - what are the options’? was aimed at African governments

Africa

10 FEB 2015

SA mines minister reassures investors

Speaking at Indaba, he said: “That strike was an exception to the rule, we don’t see it being repeated.

Politics

10 FEB 2015

DRC's chamber lambasts ministry of mines

Speaking in Cape Town ahead of Mining Indaba, officials of the DRC’s Chamber of Mines said the industry

Africa

10 FEB 2015

Nigeria delays elections

The elections were due to take place on February 14, but have been postponed as international forces

Africa

09 FEB 2015

Zambia power chief blames faulty connection

But no-one expected the Zambian delegate to say the industry had recently proved to be obstructive at

Africa

09 FEB 2015

Africa's top emerging countries: MJ Indaba poll

Burkina Faso got 23% of the vote for top emerging mining jurisdiction in Africa in Mining Journal’s exclusive

Africa

09 FEB 2015

An African perspective

He was speaking after Zambia last month hiked royalties by as much as 200% for some copper producers,

Leadership

09 FEB 2015
Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth spotlight
Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth spotlight
Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth spotlight

Greenland shines brightly in the rare earth

Confluence of events timely for uniquely-placed project

SPONSORED

greenland minerals

Black Rock readies for race to graphite production
Black Rock readies for race to graphite production
Black Rock readies for race to graphite production

Black Rock readies for race to graphite production

ASX-listed company sells out planned initial output of "the dark matter of the battery space"

SPONSORED

black rock mining

E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS
E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS
E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS

E25 powering towards Butcherbird PFS

Project aiming to produce high-purity manganese for different markets

SPONSORED

element 25

Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape
Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape
Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape

Finally, a changed mining tech M&A landscape

Tanarra Capital's acquisition of INX another sign of changing mining tech M&A picture

SPONSORED

atrico

Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining tradition
Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining tradition
Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining tradition

Strongbow reviving age-old Cornwall tin mining

Institutional investors line up as company mulls AIM listing

Lithium's next generation
Lithium's next generation
Lithium's next generation

Lithium's next generation

Neo Lithium has learned plenty from the first round of lithium boom prospects

SPONSORED

neo lithium

Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'
Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'
Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'

Hot Chili secures copper 'super hub'

Spices up Productora with project yielding Cascabel-like intercepts

SPONSORED

hot chili limited

"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the industry] as engineers and operators"
"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the industry] as engineers and operators"
"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the industry] as engineers and operators"

"It's not regulation that fails, it's [the

SRK practice leader Dr Maritz Rykaart on tailings best practice

SPONSORED

srk consulting