Market News | Minexpo Tanzania 2018

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  • New mining plan for Namwele area, Tanzania

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd August 2018

    Developments in the Tanzanian mining landscape are also underway with a second excavator working in the Namwele area, where about 3000 t of coal has been already mined.

     Edenville says they expect to have an updated mining plan completed in September, which will allow work to start on opening up new seams found to the north of the current as the results of the on-site laboratory an. . .

  • Mining landscape in Tanzania is booming - government opens markets

    Posted on :Wednesday , 22nd August 2018

    In Tanzania, mining includes precious metals such as gold, iron ore, nickel, copper, cobalt, silver. Mining of industrial minerals like diamond, tanzanite, ruby, garnet, limestone, soda ash, gypsum, salt, phosphate, gravel, sand, dimension stones and lately graphite are also among the more interesting in the export market. Fuel minerals like coal and uranium are also being mined. Mining related. . .

  • Tanzania Mining Commission opens up the mining sector to stimulate growth

    Posted on :Friday , 8th June 2018

    In a significant and positive step for Tanzania’s mining sector  process of issuing about 7 000 mineral licences that had been pending after the government placed a ban on new licences in July 2017 has commenced under the leadership of Tanzania's new Mining Commission headed by Minister for Minerals Angellah Kariuki.

    This step represents the government’s intention to re. . .

  • Kenya mining industry set for a boom

    Posted on :Thursday , 22nd March 2018

     A new mining act signed into law by President Uhuru Kenyatta could see Kenya’s nascent mining industry finally come into its own. Oil companies, like UK’s Tullow Oil, have been prospecting in Kenya for a few years now, and they are expected to start production by 2021. Due to a mining law passed late 1940 combined with geological data that was 32 years older than that, Kenya m. . .

  • $40m Coltan Plant in Tanzania to boost mineral production

    Posted on :Wednesday , 14th March 2018

     The government officials as well as AB Minerals and Destiny Minerals and Agriculture Consultant (DMAC) representatives met here recently to discuss a project for a plant that will be constructed in Dar es Salaam to add value to tantalum and niobium. It is known that Rwanda, Burundi, Mozambique, Ethiopia, Democratic Republic of Congo and Nigeria will be major importers of the minerals as t. . .

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