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Tanzania's Magufuli threatens to shut mines if firms delay tax talks Tanzania's Magufuli threatens to shut mines if firms delay tax talks
Published: 21 Jul 17
Tanzania's President John Magufuli has threatened to close down all gold mines in the country if mining companies delay talks with his government aimed at resolving allegations of tax evasion. The announcement by Magufuli, nicknamed "the Bulldozer" for his forceful leadership style, marks a further escalation of a dispute with foreign companies like Acacia Mining over export revenues.
Copenhagen Economics to study benefits of Kallak mining operation
Published: 21 Jul 17
London-listed Beowulf Mining has appointed Copenhagen Economics to commission an economic study of the benefits of a mining operation at Kallak, in Sweden. The study would seek to articulate the economic benefits to Jokkmokk and Norrbotten and provide a “big picture” of how a mining operation at Kallak would fit in with the objectives of Swedish policy and decision makers, Beowulf CEO Kurt Budge said on Friday.
Tanzania concentrate export ban weighs on Acacia’s H1 performance
Published: 21 Jul 17
Tanzania’s ongoing concentrate export ban, implemented in March, has significantly impacted on LSE-listed Acacia Mining’s results for the first six months of the year. Despite delivering its highest-ever first-half production levels during the period to June, Acacia now expects production to stay on the bottom end of its guidance, as concentrate exports from Bulyanhulu and Buzwagi have been prevented.
Philippines' Duterte says government plans new mining law
Published: 21 Jul 17
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte said on Friday the government will draft a new law for the country's mining industry, which he said pays too little in tax and not enough in compensation for any environmental damage. The fate of more than half of 41 mines in the Philippines, the world's top nickel ore supplier, has been uncertain since February when then Environment Secretary Regina Lopez ordered their closure for causing environmental damage and violating laws.
Record gold production from Regis Resources
Published: 21 Jul 17
Gold and nickel miner Regis Resources on Friday reported record fourth-quarter and full-year gold production as higher grade satellite mill feed continues to have a positive impact on production at its Duketon mine in Western Australia. Regis increased its production from 79 223 oz in the March quarter to 90 428 oz in the June quarter. All-in sustaining costs (AISC) decreased from A$1 024/oz in the third quarter to $870/oz in the fourth quarter.
Moratorium infers intention to circumvent agreement – Leon Moratorium infers intention to circumvent agreement – Leon
Published: 21 Jul 17
The mineral rights moratorium gazette notice of Mineral Resources Minister Mosebenzi Zwane infers an intention to circumvent the underlying purpose of the agreement reached with the Chamber of Mines, Herbert Smith Freehills’ Africa partner and co-chair, Peter Leon, said on Friday. In particular, it appears that the Minister intends using the notice to coerce the chamber into a possible settlement of its injunctive proceedings, Leon added in a release to Creamer Media’s Mining Weekly Online, in which he made the point that one can deduce that the Minister’s intention is to find a way around fulfilling the agreement's purpose.
Iron’s surge to $70 draws out sceptics as prices reverse
Published: 21 Jul 17
Iron-ore’s strong start to the second half and surge above $70 a metric ton will probably fade through the year-end as demand from top buyer China slows and global mine supplies remain robust, according to Sucden Financial and Bank Julius Baer & Co. “Any significant uptick in seaborne cargoes toward the tail-end of the year, and a fading demand outlook, will likely see iron ore prices trade lower as we view this recent rally as transitory,” Kash Kamal, an analyst at Sucden Financial, said in an email. Prices will average about $60 this half, he said.
Deflector holds potential for new orebody – Doray
Published: 21 Jul 17
Western Australian gold miner Doray Minerals is in the early stages of potentially defining a new orebody at its Deflector mine, MD Leigh Junk said on Friday, as the company reported the results of follow-up drilling at Deflector North. Junk reported that the company had encountered “bonanza grades, visible gold and massive chalcopyrite in the drill core” during a diamond drilling programme at the newly discovered extension to the Deflector orebody.
Gulf to ship smelters from South Africa to Indonesia in Q4
Published: 21 Jul 17
The refurbishment of the first two smelters that Australian company Gulf Manganese plans to use at its manganese alloys hub in Kupong, West Timor, is well under way, with shipment from South Africa to Indonesia expected to occur before the end of this year. Gulf reported on Friday that it had made the final payment to South Africa’s Transalloys, allowing the refurbishment programme to continue.
Newcrest pours money into WA explorer to search for gold projects
Published: 21 Jul 17
Australian gold major Newcrest Mining will provide A$500 000 in funding to exploration company Encounter over the next 12 months to look for projects in northern Western Australia. The companies on Friday announced their project generation alliance, which will use Encounter’s project team to identify new camp scale exploration and potential future production opportunities.
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