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Extractives Work at Mustang's Caula graphite area. Photo: Mustang Resources
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Mustang Resources has made a “spectacular high-grade graphite discovery,” at its 80% owned Caula Project, which sits within its Balama Project licence areas in Cabo Delgado in northern  Mozambique, the company said on Monday.

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Metals & Minerals Syrah's graphite project at Balama, January 2017. Photo: Syrah Resources
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Australian mining company Syrah Resources plans to start production at its Balama graphite mine in Cabo Delgado, in northern Mozambique in the third quarter of this year - though it is still negotiating a Mining Agreement with the Mozambican government. [...]

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Extractives Triton Minerals' project at Balama. Photo: Triton Minerals
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Shareholders in Australian minerals firm Triton will vote this month on whether to approve a rescue deal to take it out of administration and allow it to move forward with its Ancuabe graphite project near the coastal city of Pemba, in northern Mozambique. The shareholders' meeting in [...]

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Extractives Triton Minerals' project at Balama. Photo: Triton Minerals
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The administrators of a graphite mining company that claims to be sitting on the world’s largest flake graphite reserve in the northern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado have set a deadline of Thursday 12 May for potential investors to express an [...]

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