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Funding update on Lesedi power project

The ASX, AIM, and BSE-listed TLOU Energy has proposed raising US$2.6 million to fund the Lesedi project. Tlou Energy’s proposed placement will be used to fund the construction of a 66KV transmission line connecting its Lesedi project to the existing Serowe, Botswana, electrical grid, as well as a field operating …

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De Beers Group is optimistic about business this year

Due to the encouraging demand for diamonds since the beginning of the year, blue chip diamond company De Beers Group is optimistic that its business will rebound this year compared to 2020. While reporting the Group’s 2020 financial results, De Beers Executive Vice President Diamond Trading, Paul Rowley, stated that …

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Galileo turn attention to Botswana’s Kalahari Exploration

Galileo has agreed to sell the Star zinc project to a local Zambian mining company for US$750,000, in a deal that could allow it to benefit from future royalty payments. Siege Mining Ltd will pay US$200,000 for the large-scale exploration licence and US$550,000 for taking control of the project as …

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GHH fills the 7 tonnes gap

The manufacturer of heavy duty mining equipment GHH has launched a remarkable LHD. It comes with the biggest bucket and the best power rating, for highest operating slope angles, in the seven tonnes payload class. All that combined in a super low emission, super compact package. The GHH team are …

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Tata International Africa introduces a ground-breaking five-year warranty on its entire commercial vehicle range across the continent

Tata International Africa has become the first company in Africa to introduce a best-in-class standard warranty of five years on its entire Medium, Heavy and Extra Heavy Commercial Vehicle range. This first-of-its-kind Pan African five-year warranty applies to the full range of Tata Trucks and Buses as well as Daewoo …

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Mines push on as SA plays catch-up

Omnia Group company BME says South Africa needs to do more to benefit from the looming demand peak in ‘green minerals. Ralf Hennecke, General Manager, Technology and Marketing at Omnia Group company BME said mines have been very successful in containing COVID-19 infections, allowing most operations to return to almost …

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