AMN was established to develop and build relationships across Africa’s mining community,
and give the world a preview of what is happening in mining in Africa.
The next event is Tuesday February 16, 2016 at The Wanderers Club, 21 North Street, Illovo, Johannesburg, South Africa.
Cost of three course dinner, networking and presentation is: R550
PROFESSOR FRANCIS GUDYANGA
Permanent Secretary of the Zimbabwe Ministry of Mines and Mining Development
TOPIC: BENEFICIATION AND VALUE ADDITION OF AFRICA’S MINERALS: Opportunities for Africa’s industrialization
or phone +27 (0)82 926-3882
Report on Roger Baxter’s address at November African Mining Network event (click here)
Tuesday, 16 February
Thursday, 14 April
Thursday, 23 June
Thursday, 18 August
Thursday, 27 October
Thursday, 1 December
These functions are a wonderful way for ‘out of towners’ to meet new people and make friends in the industry. We will definitely be at the next event. It was the first time that Ngena DesignSpace attended one of your functions. I met a few people who could make use of NDS’s services and vice-versa. It was really worthwhile attending the function. I learned a lot from Mike Rossouw’s presentation and the food was good as well.
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The mining industry in Australia and Africa has been challenged to take an urgent, dramatic and catalystic approach to dumping the sector’s cyclical nature and act more as a single unit rather than a project-by-project or country-by-country approach in order to make mining sustainable. And front and centre is an appeal to ditch multiple mega-scale […]Read More
This week’s African Mining Network news
Hummingbird Resources has released its maiden ore reserves at the Yanfolila gold project in Mali. This represents a 20% increase from the in-pit mineral resource in the optimisation study. The Reserve Report is based on resources at the Komana East and West pits as these will be mined first. The project has significant resources at […]Read More
Alecto Minerals, an Africa-focused gold and base metal exploration and development company, recently acquired the historic Matala and Dunrobin gold mines in Zambia. As part of the Board’s determination to move quickly towards becoming a gold producer, Alecto has entered into an agreement with PenMin Ltd, a South African based consultancy group which has extensive […]Read More
Mineral Deposits Ltd has restarted the furnace at the TiZir titanium and iron ilmenite upgrading facility following successful completion of a three month shutdown for works associated with the furnace reline and capacity expansion project. Chloride slag production commenced in the first week of January with slag tapping now occurring routinely. This milestone represents the […]Read More