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  • A road map for a sustainable mining industry in Africa

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Many governments in Africa have made major progress over recent years – we now see mining companies working hard to ‘put back’ in to society through skills development and environmental protection policies. The African mining industry has matured.

     
    Kenya’s 2016 mining act, which forms part of its 20-year mining strategy, specifically set. . .

  • Harmonized policies to underpin mineral resource gains in Africa

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Secretary General of COMESA Sindiso Ngwenya, says, this potential can be sustainably harnessed through establishment of governance structures and leveraging on the existing multinational trade agreements.

     
    Speaking at the Africa Down Under (ADU) conference on mining that is taking place in Perth, Australia 6-8 September 2017, Mr. Ngwenya said sound institutiona. . .

  • China, Kenya sign deal to fund Kenya’s airborne mineral survey

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Mining Cabinet Secretary Dan Kazungu said in a statement released on Wednesday that the National Treasury has signed off a multi-billion-loan agreement with China’s Exim Bank, paving the way for the funding of Kenya’s nationwide airborne geophysical survey.

     
    “The 70 million U.S. dollars project is set to map Kenya’s minerals and natural . . .

  • Kenya: Future Starts to Look Up for Titanium Firm As Prices Soar

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Local mineral producer Base Titanium is headed for a good run as ilmenite and rutile witness an upsurge in prices oversees.

     
    The price of ilmenite has soared due to a dip in supply against an upswing in demand on the international market, while demand for zircon has strengthened owing to lower than anticipated global production of the ore. This has led to an in. . .

  • Mining the next economic frontier

    Posted on :Monday , 11th September 2017

     Mining Cabinet Secretary Dan Kazungu was recently quoted as saying that “mining is the next economic frontier for Kenya, so get on board and be part of the mining boom”.

     
    Following the enactment of the Mining Act 2016, Mr Kazungu has been leading a national and international charm offensive to attract investment in the mining sector, while also advo. . .

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