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Reviving Ukraine’s iron and steel industry: Global collaboration and resilience amid war

As the conflict in Ukraine endures, the nation's iron and steel industry stands as a testament to resilience and a beacon of hope for...

Shenghe to acquire 50% stake in Peak’s Ngualla project with $63.57M investment

Shenghe Resources is set to acquire a 50% stake in Ngualla Group UK, which holds an 84% interest in the Ngualla rare earth project,...

How the UAE’s mining investments support defence innovations and industrial ambitions

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is significantly expanding its investment in the mining sector, particularly in Africa and, to a lesser extent, Latin America....

Zimbabwe’s Kuvimba Mining House finalizes $310 million deal for new lithium processing plant

Zimbabwe's state-owned Kuvimba Mining House has announced a significant development with a $310 million deal involving a consortium of British and Chinese investors. This...

Africa’s crucial role in shaping the future of deep-sea mining and ocean conservation

As negotiations to establish rules for commercial deep-sea mining in international waters resume this week at the International Seabed Authority (ISA), African countries find...

Addressing water stewardship challenges in Africa’s growing mining sector

As mining activities expand across Africa, the focus on water stewardship becomes increasingly crucial. While many countries benefit from the growth in the mining...

African nations’ journey from colonial exploitation to transnational dominance in mining

In the early years following independence, African governments reclaimed sovereignty over their metal and mineral resources previously exploited by European mining corporations. However, since...

Unlocking Sub-Saharan Africa’s critical mineral wealth for the clean energy future

As the world transitions to cleaner energy solutions, the demand for critical minerals such as cobalt, nickel and lithium is projected to surge dramatically....

Expanding Gulf nations’ role in Africa’s critical minerals: Economic opportunities and geopolitical challenges

On May 27, Abu Dhabi’s International Holding Company, a government-backed investment entity, revealed ongoing negotiations with the Zambian government to acquire Konkola copper mines....
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