Located in west central Zambia and lying within known mineralised iron oxide copper-gold (IOCG) terrain, the Mumbwa Copper-Gold Project licence area is some 5,200km² in extent. Containing a large IOCG mineralisation system with anomalous uranium, comparisons have inevitably been made between this
2016-01-04· Zambia is known for its copper, but it is also a great gold producer with a number of active mines. It is a good country for anyone interested in mining in Africa, particularly because a lot of potential gold deposits are yet to be explored while at the same time the country has enjoyed a
Mining for Zambia is an industry website aimed at promoting a better understanding of the Zambian mining industry. It highlights key industry issues, and shares information about mining and its contribution to the economy and society. All the content, except for external news items, is free for use.
For 2 decades, Zambia’s mining sector has experienced significant foreign interest and investment driven mainly by the privatization of state-owned Zambia Consolidated Copper Mines (“ZCCM”), a low taxation environment and low political interference. Zambia is in possession of some of the world’s highest-grade copper deposits. Zambia was the world’s sixth largest copper producer in
2013-09-11· Savuka gold mine operated by AngloGold Ashanti is one of the deepest mines in the world. Image courtesy of AngloGold Ashanti. Image courtesy of AngloGold Ashanti. The Driefontein gold mine in the Gauteng Province of South Africa is extended to a depth of 3.4km.
Headquartered in Vancouver, Canada, B2Gold Corp. is the world's new senior gold producer. Founded in 2007, today, B2Gold has five operating gold mines and numerous exploration and development projects in various countries including Nicaragua, the Philippines, Namibia, Mali,
Mining companies in Zambia focus on excerpting copper and uranium, as well as gold, nickel and industrial deposits, which are more limited. For companies interested in mining operations, or the opening of mining companies, in Zambia, the Zambian Ministry of Mines, under which the Chamber of Mines is located, is the first port of call.