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Mining Weekly Headlines

  • Grupo Mexico says Buenavista mine not affected by search of offices
    Grupo Mexico, a metals miner and railroad operator, said on Monday that operations at its Buenavista mine were not affected by a search of its offices late last week by the federal prosecutor's office, part of an investigation into a toxic spill. But later on Monday night, Mexico's environmental prosecutor Profepa...
  • Mining’s legal framework replete with problems – Hulme Scholes
    The legal frameworks for the South African mining industry are replete with problems, mining law expert Hulme Scholes outlined on Tuesday. Speaking at a client and media presentation organised by reputation management company Magna Carta, the main partner of Malan Scholes dealt with the amendments and proposed amendments to the Minerals...
  • New Codelco CEO takes helm, sees changes ahead
    Nelson Pizarro took over as the new CEO of Chile's Codelco on Monday, vowing to make "all changes necessary" at the world's top copper producer as it embarks on an ambitious multi-billion dollar investment plan. Industry veteran Pizarro, nicknamed "scissorhands" for his agile management of mining projects, was named CEO of...
  • Kibo says near-term gold production possible from Imweru, mulls sale
    A full internal review of historic exploration data from mineral asset explorer and developer Kibo Mining’s flagship Imweru project, in Tanzania, has confirmed the potential viability of early gold production. The review had demonstrated that Mweru – which had a resource of 550 000 oz – held sufficient existing Joint...