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De Beers Canada explores near Cobalt

De Beers Canada has started preliminary drilling at properties near the town of Cobalt, in Ontario. De Beers is drilling at TSX-V-listed Tri Origin’s Nipissing Cobalt and South Abitibi project, near Cobalt. This will be the first time that these targets will be tested, the junior said. The initial target …

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Namibia critical metals confirm no material change

Namibia Critical Metals have professed ignorance regarding material change in the operations of the company that could account for the 80% jump in its share price. According to market reports October 29 was a positive day for Namibia Critical Metals Inc. (NMI: CA) as its stock ended the day 80% …

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Russia Digitalises Africa’s Mining Sector to Increase Output

Russian companies have offered African countries solutions based on the internet of things (IoT) and artificial intelligence (AI) to boost mining production. The offers follow the realisation that traditional means are becoming increasingly expensive, with productivity falling due to technical maintenance costs, unreliable equipment, reactive troubleshooting, a lower equipment utilisation …

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Diamond Fields Suspends Second Stage Namibian Mining Programme Indefinitely

Diamond Fields Resources (DFR) has confirmed that its second stage of the ML111 Namibian mining plan will no longer continue this year, citing the need for further exploration and development work in order to improve mining performance. Following completion of the initial stage of DFR’s current ML111 mining campaign, the …

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Chinese graphite demand slump questioned

As Syrah Resources reduced graphite production from the Balama Mine for the fourth quarter to 5000 tonnes a month, down from 15,000 tonnes, another Australian miner has challenged claims of slowing Chinese demand for graphite. Walkabout Resources has questioned the accuracy of reports that spot prices for all graphite flake …

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