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Newsroom: Analysis of Mining Industry in South Africa
Green shoots of growth are beginning to sprout for the mining industry so far this year, with the World Bank forecasting strong gains for industrial commodities - such as energy and metals. However the spotlight is on the mining companies performance which seems positive with a flood of opportunities for sector participants. But 2017 is still set to be a challenging year for the sector, to tell us more, we were joined in studio by Head of Mining at Cliffe Dekker Hofmeyer, Allen Read For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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Canadian Zinc (TSX:CZN) Chairman & CEO John Kearney Interview with INN at PDAC 2013
Canadian Zinc (TSX:CZN) Chairman & CEO John Kearney Interview with INN spoke with the Investing News Network during PDAC in Toronto: http://zincinvestingnews.com/4251-inn-video-john-kearney-of-canadian-zinc-on-the-positive-outlook-for-zinc-over-the-next-two-to-three-years.html Click on the link to read about the Company on the Zinc Investing News Network: http://zincinvestingnews.com/3418-canadian-zincs-preliminary-feasibility-study-results-on-prairie-creek-mine.html Canadian Zinc Corporation is a development stage company listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "CZN", in the United States on the OTCQB under the symbol "CZICF" and in Germany on the Frankfurt under the symbol "SRS" and is engaged in the business of exploration and development of natural resource properties. The Company has an experienced Executive and Board based in Vancouver BC. http://www.canadianzinc.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/canadianzinc
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Condor Gold PLC eyeing re-rating as it mulls overseas listing
Mark Child, chief executive of Condor Gold PLC (LON:CNR) flew straight into London and thence to the Mines & Money conference from Nicaragua, where on Monday he signed an agreement with three government ministers. The deal means the Nicaraguan government will be in Condor’s corner when it comes to getting permits for its flagship La India project. “That’s a positive step in the permitting, and we’re trying to permit a gold processing plant of 2,800 tonnes a day that can produce 100,000 ounces of gold a year, and that’s our base case,” Child told Proactive Investors. “We think we can produce a lot more than that,” Child ventured, “but for the moment we’re getting just 100,000 ounces permitted.” Looking back on the eight years the company has been working on La India, Child said it had passed the major milestones of completing all of the technical studies, and both the company and the Nicaraguan government are looking to moving on to the next stage. Condor hopes it will get the permits in the first half of next year, but Child notes the company is not the one issuing the permits, and it is beholden to the government on that front. In the meantime, the company has started scout drilling on El Cacao, a small satellite resource of 53,000 ounces at La India. A resource that size would be sub-economic, but the company is hopeful that can be enlarged, and has been encouraged by the results from the three holes it has drilled so far, which has “good, broad intercepts of gold mineralisation”. Condor has sent samples off to the lab and although it does not know the grades yet, “it looks interesting”, according to Child. Scout drilling at other satellite concessions is lined up after that, as the company probes for “the upside of the project”. If everything slots into place next year, Child thinks the estimated size of the project could be upped by 40% next year as a result of further drilling and testing. You’d like to think that would make the market sit up and take notice but Child confessed to be disappointed with the company’s experience of listing on Aim. “We’re valued at about a quarter of the value of the peer group in Canada. We’re the only company on Aim with 2.4mln ounces of gold; the rest have all gone bust or fallen. We’ve got the highest grade – one of the highest grade deposits in the world at four grams [per tonne] – 0.6 grams is the average, I think, and Toronto would be a natural fit for us, or New York. We’re also looking at New York,” Child disclosed. So, watch out for a listing next year, possibly, on TSX or New York. “I think we’ll get two re-ratings,” Child predicted. One will come from the scout drilling, and the other will come from moving to a market where gold explorers are better appreciated.
Labrador Iron wants plant finished by Christmas, first output in April
Canada's Labrador Iron Mines (LIM) will aim to complete plant construction and installation at its Labrador project before the end of the year, after a blockade by local first nations was lifted, allowing access to the site.
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Ecclestone on the lithium phenomenon and the future for uranium
Christopher Ecclestone of London-based Hallgarten & Co is not afraid of bold calls. He was one of the first analysts in 2011 to suspect that the rare earths boom might not last too long. Lately he has made very bullish forecast for zinc, lead and copper. He will be in Toronto for the Cleantech and Technology Metal Summit May 10th and May 11 -- to access the agenda, see below... He hopes we may be seeing the end of many years of gloom that we’ve been having in the mining sector. He was encouraged last week by the fact that gold, silver and base metals all rose in unison. While Christopher is not suggesting the recovery is signed and sealed — too many people have made that mistake before — he is encouraged by the number of positive signals. “So maybe finally we’re breaking put of the swoon,” he adds. In this interview with InvestorIntel publisher Tracy Weslosky, Christopher discusses his market outlook, especially the lithium phenomenon. He tells us how ◾Sees some future for uranium; stocks are tight and all it needs is for China to finish building the many reactors now in construction ◾Explains how industrial reactivation, along with severe underinvestment in recent years, is setting the scene for a zinc breakout Tracy Weslosky: We know you’re following a number of technology metals. Can you give us a little bit of an update on what’s happening in the technology metals? Christopher Ecclestone: All the focus is now on lithium. It’s almost an obsession with lithium at the moment, which I hope will spinoff — spill over into the other metals. As people make money on one, they’ll start saying, “what’s the next one?” or get the feeling that they’ve missed the boat on lithium. Certainly with some of the moves on the lithium space there is the temptation to think that there might be a pullback there, but people make money on one thing then they look around where to redeploy that money into the next thing. If everything is rising, I mean, that can have like a firestorm effect. It lifts a whole lot of boats at once. It could be interesting to see whether we might actually see some movement in some of these very battered spaces, like rare earths, which runs pretty much 50% on sentiment and 50% on reality. We may see that happen and then there’s uranium as well, which you could argue whether or not it’s a technology metal. It’s definitely an energy metal and is definitely in the dumpster and could well do with a lift. To access this video, click here ….
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