Mining

17 Rare Earth Minerals Found in Phalombe

Mkango Resources Limited and Lancaster Exploration have discovered 17 rare earth minerals in Phalombe district, minister of Natural Resource Mines and Energy impressed with the development. The minerals found on Songwe hill are reportedly in millions of tonnes which would take the country over 20 years of mining. President of the two companies Alexander Lemon said that four of the minerals are currently on high demand...

Gemological Institute of America to explore Ruby, Sapphire in Malawi

In 1958, a ruby and sapphire deposit was discovered about 145 kilometers south of Malawi’s capital of Lilongwe on Chimwadzulu Hill. Although this is one of the oldest known gemstone deposits on the African continent, very little has been published about its production in recent years. In late September, a Gemological Institute of America (GIA) field gemologist, Vincent Pardieu, videographer Didier Gruel and expedition...

Malawi’s Duwi project is world’s richest in high grade graphite, other minerals – Report

After extensive drilling and exploration of the Duwi project in Malawi prospective owners,   Sovereign Metals Limited, have affirmed the mineral project as one of the largest, high grade, flake graphite deposits in the world. The copper, gold and uranium exploration miner which was recently listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange’s Sovereign Metals Limited, with four key exploration projects believes Duwi project is the ultimate to...

Sovereign Metals announces Duwi Trend in Malawi as one of the world’s largest graphite deposits

Last week, Sovereign Metals announced mineral estimates at its Duwi Trend in the Central Malawi Graphite Project in Lilongwe District. The project has one of the largest, high-grade, flake graphite deposits in the world according to the maiden JORC Mineral Resource estimate. Managing Director Matt Syme explained that We are very pleased with this initial Mineral Resource estimate at Duwi, that validates our belief in the potential for low-cost, high-grade, flake graphite mining in Malawi....

AIRBONE GEO-MAPPING SURVEY RESULTS FOR THE COUNTRY EXPECTED EARLY NEXT YEAR

Findings of the ongoing Airborne Geo-mapping survey are expected early next year, as the data collected has been sent abroad for interpretation. South African based company Sounders Geophysics is carrying out airborne mapping exploration for mineral deposits across the country. The survey, best known as Kawuni-wuni, is aimed at helping the government identify what minerals the country has that could help attract foreign investors. According to the...

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