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Mozambique Mining: Kenmare Resources posts record shipments at 7% in half-yearly results

Kenmare Resources plc (LSE:KMR, ISE:KMR), one of the leading global producers of titanium minerals and zircon, which operates the Moma Titanium Minerals Mine in northern Mozambique, today announced its results for the six month period ended 30 June 2016 (“H1 2016”) with special attention to its record 7% increase in shipments of finished products. 361 more words

Mozambique Mining Industry

Mozambique Diary: Coconut crabs of Vamizi

In July 1937 Amelia Earhart’s plane vanished somewhere over the southern Pacific in the general vicinity of New Guinea. Neither the plane nor her and her co-pilot’s bodies were found during the massive search operation that followed. 1,804 more words


Wrapping up basketball tournament

The annual Wits Lady Bucks Basketball Tournament ended on Sunday with the under-18 Mozambique National Team and Michael Mount Waldorf School winning the tournament, in the first and second divisions respectively. 314 more words

Semester Two

Lessons in Patience and Resilience

My experience trying to do research in Mozambique was first and foremost a lesson in patience. I think any time people from different cultures, experiences, or training levels are working together, patience and openness are the key to that relationship. 731 more words


Who should pay the hidden debts?

The Mozambican State has no money, yet it must honour its commitments in order to avoid continuing penalisation by rating agencies, legal expert Ignésio Francisco from Mozambique’s Centre for Public Integrity (Centro de Integridade Pública, CIP) says. 484 more words


ICVL power project in Mozambique may bring synergy among promoters

Faced with several problems – including two of its original promoters being rather reluctant to stay put – International Coal Ventures (ICVL) is pinning hopes on a proposed 200 megawatt (MW) power plant that is to be established on a build-own-operate basis in Tete Province to infuse fresh life into the joint venture. 512 more words


North Africa could help forge new strategy for gas in sub-Saharan Africa

Investment in the exploration and production of oil and gas has dropped precipitously since oil prices began to fall in 2014, and North Africa could be providing the near-term strategy for sub-Saharan Africa. 813 more words