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The Chinese are simply tearing us apart - Association of Women Miners of Nigeria

The association called for a knowledge-based approach to mining and called on women to “stop treating mining as a hobby.”...

South African authorities change pricing system for scrap metal market to support metallurgists

Metallurgical enterprises told the ministry that the pricing system that has existed in South Africa since 2013 hurts their businesses and prevents...

Metallurgy boosts Ghana to become West Africa's automotive hub

The establishment of basic steel and aluminum rolling facilities will enable Ghana to become the leader in the automotive market in West Africa....

ArcelorMittal South Africa to restart blast furnace due to increased demand for steel

South Africa's largest steelmaker said steel demand is growing unexpectedly fast....

Zimbabwe will undertake another attempt to revive steel industry

In case of failure, the government of Zimbabwe risks losing hundreds of millions of Chinese dollars to initiate the revision of the investment...

Nigeria massively closes steel plants after the detection of counterfeit

Nigerian steel mills was caught on the manufacture of steel rebar and wire rod, which do not meet the standards which the country faces collapse of...

Swarms of hungry locusts attack East African countries

Inhabitants of Kenya will not face such an insect for the last 70 years, while the number of locusts it continues to grow exponentially....

South African producers of ferro-alloys're preparing for a tough beginning of 2020

the Drop in prices of minerals and irregular supply of electricity, can seriously undermine the financial condition of Ferroalloy industry in South...

The people of West Africa will rename its currency breaking the last ties with France

in 2020, eight African Republic will introduce a single currency called "Eco", which will replace the franc of the African financial community....

Ethiopia with the help of China launched its first satellite

According to government officials, the launch of its own satellite will allow to refuse services of foreign companies, which eventually will bring...

KrAZ trucks will be assembled in Nigeria

the Company, which is included in the financial-industrial group of businessman Konstantin Zhevago, has continued to explore Africa, recognizing that...

The US claimed that the drone was shot down by Russian air defense near the Libyan capital

American reconnaissance drone was shot down by Russian air defense near the Libyan capital - Africa command of the U.S. armed forces....

Workers of the ArcelorMittal plant in South Africa demand the continuation of the work

the Company of British billionaire Lakshmi N. Mittal announced the imminent closure of his company in South Africa that sparked outrage among the...

Jihadists undermine the extraction of gold in Burkina Faso attacking mine

the gold mining industry in Burkina Faso has increased from 400 kg up to 52 tons per year after the mining rights acquired mining companies from...

Kenyan millionaire invests in the production of roofing sheet 110 million dollars

Company Devki Group announced plans to build a large steel plant near Nairobi....

The Federal government of Nigeria is planning to ban the import of steel into the country

the Nigerian Government to stop the import of steel materials in the country, once the country reaches self-sufficiency in the production of steel....

ArcelorMittal will close post-apartheid metallurgical plant in South Africa

Company can save you from closure of only some miracle, said the General Director of ArcelorMittal South Africa's Kobus Verster....

Russia plans to revive the Nigerian steel mill era the Soviet era

Russian engineering and construction group MetProm will bring up to standard idle since Brezhnev metallurgical plant Ajaokuta Steel in Nigeria....

A brief tour of the South African metallurgical industry

South Africa Basic Iron and Steel Manufacturing and Wholesale, 2019, with profiles on 49 industry players - ResearchAndMarkets.com...

Liberia launches first steel plant in the country

The opening of the steel mill demonstrates the government's willingness to work with the business community and investors to invest in the Liberian...

ArcelorMittal in South Africa plans to cut 2,000 jobs

The South African division of the world's largest steel company, ArcelorMittal, predicts a sharp drop in revenues in the first half of the year and...

Glencore and Anglo American blamed for water pollution in South Africa

New research reveals "massive violations" by the South African Department of Water Supply and Sanitation and ineffective regulation of water licenses....

Congo Glencore mine disaster kills at least 39 people

At least 39 artisanal miners were killed Thursday in the collapse of part of a copper and cobalt mine in southeastern Congo, owned by Glencore, the...

ArcelorMittal South Africa faces serious environmental charges

Lakshmi Mittala has been given over ten years to make the necessary changes to comply with South African environmental laws....

Namibia agrees to sell uranium stake in Rio to China

Namibia has no objection to Rio Tinto selling its stake in the uranium mine to China, subject to the country's laws....

Vedanta CEO is open to dialogue with Zambia

The statement says Zambia is abusing corporate law by calling for the liquidation of the KSM on the basis of some equity rather than insolvency....

Zimbabwe and Russia agree to launch a platinum deposit

Zimbabwe and Russia have agreed to launch platinum group metals mining at a new deposit. The signing of the relevant agreement took place the day...

South African court blocks union plan to go on strike

The South African Labor Court rejected a request from the Association of Miners and Buildings Union (AMCU) for an industry strike covering the...

Sibanye Raises Its Loss Estimate By $ 100 Million

South Africa's Sibanye-Stillwater expects its full-year loss to be more than $ 100 million higher than forecast in its trade report last week, after...

How South African mines deal with power outages

Miners including Impala Platinum, Harmony, Sibanye-Stillwater and others are working to reduce their dependence on Eskom by building their own power...

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