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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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Extractives Triton Minerals' project at Balama. Photo: Triton Minerals
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Triton Minerals, the Australian graphite mining company that boasts the world’s biggest graphite resource at Balama, Cabo Delgado, last week called in administrators after directors admitted the company may be going bust. The decision to call in administrators on 2 March came just a day [...]

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Extractives A map of Triton's Cabo Delgado licences. Photo: Triton Minerals
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Triton Minerals, a graphite mining company with prospecting licences in the north-eastern Mozambique province of Cabo Delgado, announced today it is switching the focus of its operations from Balama to its project in Ancuabe. Triton, based in Perth, Western Australia, boasts of “the world’s [...]

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Transport Nacala Port. Photo © Zitamar News
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Mozambique is inviting bids for construction work on the next development phase of Nacala port in the north of the country, funded through a 29 billion yen ($238 million) loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency, or JICA. The project is expected by industry sources to be the [...]

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