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Old February 23rd, 2012, 02:58 PM   #21
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Tanzania to have East Africa’s biggest steel mill

Dar es Salaam. Kamal Group of Companies has said it will soon start construction of a steel producing mill, tipped to be the biggest in the entire East African region.The company’s chairman, Gagan Gupta, told reporters in Dar es Salaam yesterday that the project will cost $222 million (about Sh311 billion). The mill will have production capacity of 700,000 tonnes of steel per year

“A team of engineers is already in Dar es Salaam to inspect the site and take over the remaining job of installing machines”, he said.

“So far, 24 plots in the EPZ have been booked by foreign investors from India and the United Arab Emirates from the land which is more than 300 acres”, he said.
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China co signs US$3 bln Tanzania coal, iron deal

China co signs US$3 bln Tanzania coal, iron deal



hina's Sichuan Hongda Co. Ltd. has signed a US$3 billion deal with Tanzania to mine coal and iron ore in the resource-rich east African country, said local media

NDC said early studies indicated that the Liganga area was rich in iron, vanadium and titanium minerals. Reserves are estimated to be between 200 and 1,200 million metric tonnes, with 45 million already proven through drilling. more info: defenceweb.co.za
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Uranex to commence drilling targeting thermal coal at Songea Project in Tanzania

Uranex to commence drilling targeting thermal coal at Songea Project in Tanzania

Uranex (ASX: UNX) will shortly commence a 3,000 metre drilling program at its 100% owned Songea Coal Project in the richly endowed Ruhuhu Basin in Southern Tanzania.

The company is targeting the Lumecha Coalfield, interpreted to extend over 250-300 square kilometres, and expects to begin drilling during the next week with completion scheduled at end of fourth quarter 2011.
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Old February 23rd, 2012, 03:08 PM   #24
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Why do you guys keep on reposting the same same news everytime? If the forum rules are to go by, one should do a post once and allow other forumers to discuss it. Doing the same post severally is spamming. (no bad blood, just a ho.est suggestion)
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Uranex to commence drilling targeting thermal coal at Songea Project in Tanzania

Uranex (ASX: UNX) will shortly commence a 3,000 metre drilling program at its 100% owned Songea Coal Project in the richly endowed Ruhuhu Basin in Southern Tanzania.

The company is targeting the Lumecha Coalfield, interpreted to extend over 250-300 square kilometres, and expects to begin drilling during the next week with completion scheduled at end of fourth quarter 2011.
more info: tanzanianews24.com
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Tanzania in $2 billion hydro plant with Brazil

Tanzania in $2 billion hydro plant with Brazil

"The power plant to be constructed using Brazilian technology would generate excess power that could be exported to the east African and southern African power pools," Aloyce Masanja, director general of Tanzania's state-run Rufiji Basin Development Authority, told Reutes.

Foreign Affairs Minister Bernard Membe and other officials held talks with their Brazilian counterparts in Sao Paolo in September on the construction of the proposed 2,100 megawatt (MW) Stiegler's Gorge hydro-power station.
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Old February 23rd, 2012, 03:25 PM   #28
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Kenyans dont want to see these news!!

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Why do you guys keep on reposting the same same news everytime? If the forum rules are to go by, one should do a post once and allow other forumers to discuss it. Doing the same post severally is spamming. (no bad blood, just a ho.est suggestion)

we know Kenyans don't want to see these news reason why they have derailed all the threads that entailed these news. This is a new thread and we start from "A" then "B" "C" will follow....keep it clean!
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the project will generate over US43 billion in export revenue to the economy

Tanzania uranium project on track

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Two exploration firms Uranex and Mantra Tanzania have completed and submitted their environmental and social impact assessment (ESIA) to the National Environmental Management Council (NEMC).

The report indicates further that the project will generate over US43 billion in export revenue to the economy over the currently expected 15-year life of mine. info: tanzanianews.com
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TANZANIA is in the process of developing a world-class uranium

TANZANIA is in the process of developing a world-class uranium mine on the Selous Game Reserve (SGR)


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TANZANIA is in the process of developing a world-class uranium mine on the Selous Game Reserve (SGR), in Namtumbo District, Ruvuma Region and the country is expected to become one of the leading producers of the mineral in the near future. info: Tanzanianews.com
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Montero: A rare, rare earths discovery!

Tanzania, rapidly emerging as one of the world's classiest rare earths projects.


One company muscling up to meet the anticipated quantum change in demand growth for REEs is Montero Mining, which holds the Wigu Hill project in Tanzania, a country with an excellent track record in mining. Montero also holds exploration licences for uranium in Tanzania and Canada, and for five phosphate deposits in South Africa. info: mineweb.com
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The major nickel discovery at Dutwa and kabanga in Tanzania.

New low-cost Tanzanian nickel mine by 2012 – African Eagle


JOHANNESBURG (miningweekly.com) – The major nickel discovery at Dutwa and kabanga in Tanzania was poised to eventuate into a low-cost mine by 2012 when some analysts were forecasting a nickel price of $8/lb, African Eagle operations director Chris Davies said at the weekend. info: miningweekly.com
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Tanzania has a great potential

Mineral Resources Endowments


Tanzania has a great potential particularly for gold, base metals, diamonds, ferrous minerals and a wide variety of gemstones, some of, which are unique such as Tanzanites. Coal, uranium, and various industrial minerals such as soda, kaolin, tin, gypsum, phosphate and dimension stones are available at an attractive economic rates. The following are minerals that has attracted most interest in the recent years:

Gold found in greenstone belts located in the east and southern of Lake Victoria, and rock formation in southern and southwestern of the country;

Basemetals found in a belt running from Kagera through Kigoma to Mbeya, Ruvuma and Mtwara regions, and,

Gemstones, which are found in eastern and western belts running from Kenya border in the northern part to Mozambique in the south and Mbeya and Rukwa regions.

Gold and diamonds have always been the mainstay of the country’s mineral production.

source: Tanzanianews.com
...I will post one after the other...stay tuned.
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British firm to invest over USD 10bn in gas extraction
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A delegation of British investors has briefed President Jakaya Kikwete on a plan to put USD 10 to 20 billion in the economy to develop infrastructure to exploit the country’s huge gas reserves.

The British Gas International (BGI) delegation lead by its chairman Sir Robert Wilson visited President Kikwete at the state House on Monday.

“We are planning to invest between USD10 and 20 billion in second half of this decade in gas and the Tanzanian economy,” he told the president.

Sir Wilson said the amount was huge and that Tanzania has to prepare its economy to handle such an amount of money.

Sir Wilson told President Kikwete that the company has discovered huge reserves of natural gas in three wells including a deepwater one which were drilled in 2009 and last year in the Indian Ocean.

Sir Wilson told the President that his company invested 500 million USD in gas exploration in the country last year and it will invest the same amount this year.

Sir Wilson who led a delegation of seven officials and was accompanied by Diane Corner the British High Commissioner to Tanzania, called on the government and BGI to join efforts to counter challenges in exploration, and production of gas in the Indian Ocean and especially in dealing with pirates originating from Somalia.

President Kikwete assured Sir Wilson that his government will intensify measures to counter all the challenges.

He said the government will ensure that the contracts for production of natural gas discovered by private companies in the countries benefit Tanzanians.

The head of state however said the government will continue to strengthen security in the areas where the gas is either being explored or has been discovered in the Indian Ocean against piracy.

President Kikwete assured the investors that the government will ensure that all the Production Sharing Agreements (PSA) which Tanzania enters into with private companies exploring gas or which have discovered gas will focus on benefiting Tanzanians and the investors.

“I assure you that we will make sure that the PSA benefit Tanzanians as well as investors,” said President Kikwete in a statement.

The meeting was also attended by the Minister of Finance, Mustafa Mkulo and Energy and Minerals minister William Ngeleja.

BGI entered Tanzania last year and bought 60 percent of shares of Ophir Tanzania Limited which between 2005 and 2006 entered into contract with the government and the Tanzania Petroleum Decelopment Corporation (TPDC) for exploration of gas in the Indian Ocean.

BG Group is one of the biggest companies in the world in energy production working in more than 25 countries.
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Old February 23rd, 2012, 04:14 PM   #35
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Diamonds:

Diamonds


Tanzania has been a significant diamond producer for several decades, with the bulk of production coming from the Williamson Diamonds Mine at Mwadui where commercial production began in 1925. Over 300 kimberlites are known in Tanzania of which, 20% are diamondiferous. Some 600 dipolar magnetic anomalies with similar geophysical characteristics to known kimberlite pipes have been recorded during recent geophysical surveys. Also of relevance are the psuedo-kimberlites or para-kimberlites along the young craters where diamonds have been discovered.

Alluvial diamonds have been recorded but a large deposit of economic exploitation has not yet been found. Locating shallow buried superficial deposits using airborne infrared surveys may prove useful.
source: Tanzanianews.com

current there are number of diamond sites have been found, I shall post them here...
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Gold:

Gold


Gold offers one of the best areas for investment. The current perceived opportunities range from former mines in the Archaean Greenstone belts around Lake Victoria, Proterozoic rocks and conceptual grass root plays in Karoo and younger rocks.

Gold exploration has grown rapidly during the 1990’s using modern technology and refined models. Investigation has mainly been focused on the greenstone belts around Lake Victoria with particular attention on the shear hosted gold mineralization associated with banded iron formations (BIF), tufts and volcano-sedimentary exhalatives.

Several "world class" gold deposits have already been discovered in the Lake Victoria Goldfields and are at different stages of development. These deposits have reached various stages of development.

Gold targets have also been revealed in the Proterozoic rocks in the Southwest of Tanzania. In this case, gold is associated with BIF, and in gneisses and granites in shear zones.
source: Tanzanianews.com

Number of new gold sites have been found as well...we shall keep you updated.
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Base Metals and Platinum Group Minerals (PGM):

Base Metals and Platinum Group Minerals
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Geologically, both the Archaean and the Protozoic rocks are prospective for base metals and PGM.

Recent exploration in North West Tanzania has revealed extensive nickel-cobalt-copper mineralization associated with ultramafic rocks of Karagwe-Ankolean System. Sutton Resources is evaluating the resources where diamond drilling has outlined contained resources of 500,000 t nickel, 75,000 t copper and 45,000 t cobalt, so far.

In addition, chromium and platium group metals (PGM) have been recorded. Substantial deposits of nickel enriched laterite with cobalt have been delineated over the ultramafics in the Kagera region. There is also an indication of stratiform copper-silver-uranium type mineralization in Shinyanga region.


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Ferrous Metals:

Ferrous Metals


Numerous iron ore bodies have been identified in the Proterozoic rocks. Titaniferous magnetic bodies associated with anorthositic gabbro occur at Liganga SW Tanzania and is in close proximity (80 kin) to the coal resources of Ketewaka-Mchuchuma. Shallow drilling established a resource of 45 million tonnes grading 52 percent Fe. The Titanium resources are also known in beach sands along the coast.

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Tin-Tungsten:

Tin-Tungsten


Tin and Tungsten have been produced from both lode, alluvial and eluvial deposits from the Karagwe Tinfields in the extreme Northwest of Tanzania. Mineralization is associated with the Late Proterozoic Karagwe-Ankolean System.

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Gemstones:

Gemstones


Tanzania is endowed with various species of colored gemstones including the beautiful Tanzanite (blue zoisite) occurring in the Proterozoic metamorphic rocks of the Usagaran and Ubendian Systems.

Tanzanite is mined at Mererani from weathered rock, sometimes in association with bands, which are also of commercial value. Other gemstones mined in the country include ruby, rhodolite, sapphire, emerald, amethyst, chrysoprase, peridot and tormaline. Recently, a major alluvial occurrence was discovered in the southern region of Ruvuma, Mtwara and Lindi. Varieties include chrysoberyl, spinels, sapphire, garnets, zircons and diamonds.

Official gemstone exports were approximately US$10 million in 1996 majority of which were exported uncut. Great potential exists in the establishment of lapidary and jewelry manufacturing industry.


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