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Mozambique’s mining industry regulator is seeking bidders to take over a prospective heavy sands concession in Inhambane province which Mozambican authorities believe could prove economically viable, despite having been abandoned by Rio Tinto. [...]

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Savannah Resources has reported a new inferred resource estimate at its Ravene deposit in southern Mozambique, which shows the project has the potential “to be a significant producer of titanium feedstocks,” Savannah’s CEO, David Archer, said in a
Extractives A map of Savannah Resources' and Rio Tinto's tenements in Inhambane province.
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Mining giant Rio Tinto has entered into a new consortium agreement with junior Savannah Resources to co-operate on developing their neighbouring heavy minerals sands mining projects in Mozambique, even though government approval to combine their projects [...]

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Metals & Minerals Savannah's operation in Inhambane province. Photo: Savannah Resources
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British-Australian mining giant Rio Tinto and London-listed junior Savannah Resources have extended the deadline for the Mozambique government to approve their heavy sands mining joint venture by 10 days, raising hopes that a decision could be imminent. The two companies plan to start [...]

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Extractives Savannah's operation in Inhambane province. Photo: Savannah Resources
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Savannah and Rio Tinto  plan to start construction of a major new heavy sands mine in southern Mozambique in 2017, but the joint venture they agreed last year is still awaiting approval from the Ministry of Mineral Resources and Energy.

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