Aug 30 2018Walkabout Resources is confident it will soon have a key mining licence in hand for its "Lindi" Tanzanian graphite project as uncertainty over government licensing eases in the African nation The granting of the mining licence was "imminent" director Allan Mulligan told Stockhead on the sidelines of the Africa Down Under conference in Perth WA The Tanzanian Ministry of Energy and Minerals (MEM) and Trimble Land Administration have developed this Mining Cadastre Portal to improve transparency and promote investment in the Tanzania mining sector Click on a tenement in the map to view detailed information or use the search functionality to search by tenement code or company name

Tanzania Mining Law Review

Tanzania Mining Law Review by CRB Legal Tanzania Mining Law Review by CRB Legal Once the mining licences and special mining licences have been issued to an individual or an entity mining operations can commence and the individual or entity becomes the owner of the minerals extracted (it should be noted that a royalty of 4 per cent of the

Graphite developers in Tanzania have begun to receive mining licences from the government the first assigned since the legislation changes last year Walkabout Resources became the first company to receive a licence last week allowing development of its Lindi Jumbo project This was followed by Kibaran resources which is developing Read more

Oct 08 2014ASX-listed Green Rock Energy is set to acquire 10 additional exploration licences after entering into two binding agreements for graphite exploration in Tanzania Six of the 10 new graphite licences lie directly north of the company's existing and highly prospective Makonde exploration licence the company announced this week

The Tanzanian Government has granted Black Rock Mining two mining licences over its massive Mahenge graphite project and the company now looks to be a real chance at making the quantum leap from explorer to miner The impressive DFS for Mahenge shows a 32-year project life that could generate a post-tax NPV of USD$895m and an IRR of 42 8% with CAPEX

Feb 26 2019The Mining Licences compliment the Environmental Permit that was awarded on 5 September 2018 Commenting on the significance of the granting of Mining Licences Black Rock Mining CEO John de Vries says: "This milestone is a significant step in delivering the Mahenge Graphite Mine Licencing gives all stakeholders comfort that Tanzania wants

Update on Magnis Resources in Tanzania

FOR RELEASE 24 August 2017 UPDATE ON MAGNIS RESOURCES IN TANZANIA Magnis Resources Limited (ASX:MNS) ("Magnis" or the "Company") is pleased to provide an update on the position in Tanzania regarding Magnis Technologies Tanzania Limited (MTT) and Uranex Tanzania Limited (UTZ)

Oct 17 2018Volt Resources Ltd has been granted mining licences covering the stage I and II developments of the Bunyu Graphite Project in Tanzania The company has been advised of the grant of the two licences by the Mining Commission of the Ministry of Minerals of Tanzania

An Australian graphite exploration company currently developing the largest mineral resource in Tanzania has been awarded an environmental certification for the project Volt Resources Ltd announced in a statement this week that it has received an Environmental Impact Assesment (EIA) certificate for its Bunyu graphite project

• Licences are normal mining licences with a term of 10 years before mandatory renewal Tanzanian graphite developer Black Rock Mining Limited (BKT: ASX) ("Black Rock" or "the Company") is pleased to announce that its owned Tanzanian subsidiary Mahenge Resources has been granted by the Mining

Australian miner Mustang Resources Limited has announced that it will by mid-April acquire majority stakes to two more exploration licences to expand its resource portfolio within the Balama graphite mining project in Mozambique In a cautionary notice issued to shareholders on Friday Mustang Reso

Australian miner Walkabout Resources has submitted a mining licence application for the Lindi Jumbo Project in Tanzania This comes amid a moratorium on awarding of mining licences and special mining licences recently put in force by John Magufuli's government Trevor Benson Walkabout Resources Executive Chairman said the application has been prepared in

Special Report: Tanzania has shown its support for emerging graphite producer Black Rock Mining with the grant of the all-important mining licences for its Mahenge project This means that the junior explorer (ASX:BKT) is now in a position to start construction subject to the completion of detailed engineering and financing

Volt Resources Limited (Mozambi Resources) Volt Resources has completed primary development approvals for its -owned Bunyu graphite project in Tanzania with the grant of mining licences by the Minerals Ministry The campaign by Volt Resources to organise offtake deals for its -owned Bunyu graphite project in Tanzania has taken

WALKABOUT RESOURCES INTERVIEW: "The Lindi Jumbo Graphite

Exclusive interview with Andrew Cunningham Director of Walkabout Resources in Tanzania a bronze sponsor at the upcoming East Central Africa Mining Forum Mr Cunningham will also address the conference on "Developing the high-grade Lindi Jumbo Project in Tanzania" and take part in a panel discussion on Tanzania's mining potential

ASX-listed miner Volt Resources has been formally granted two mining licences from the Tanzanian government for its Bunyu Graphite Project The two mining licences are for a combined area of 17 7 km covering the respective Stage 1 and Stage 2 developments of the graphite flake project lasting for a period of 10 years with a right to a further 10-years renewal

Tanzanian mining legislation The legislative amendments to the legal framework governing the mining and natural resources sector in Tanzania notably the three Bills that were passed by the Tanzanian parliament on 3 and 4 July 2017 have since been officially signed so that the Bills have become Acts and operate as law by the President on 7 July

Oct 18 2018Volt Resources is now free to progress its proposed Stage 1 and Stage 2 developments at the Bunyu graphite project after it was granted two mining licences by Tanzania's Ministry of Minerals The company will now focus on completing its proposed USD$40m bond issue on Tanzania's Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange Once this is completed

Tanzania Mining Law Review by CRB Legal Tanzania Mining Law Review by CRB Legal Once the mining licences and special mining licences have been issued to an individual or an entity mining operations can commence and the individual or entity becomes the owner of the minerals extracted (it should be noted that a royalty of 4 per cent of the

The Mining Act provides indigenous rights to holders of primary mining licences and gemstone mining licences These licences are only issued to Tanzania citizens or mining companies where the composition of the board and the shareholding structure consists exclusively of Tanzanian citizens There are however exceptions under the Mining Act in

The first new mining licences were released in Q2 2018 and graphite project development began again in earnest through 2019 In addition to Magnis companies looking to produce natural graphite in Tanzania include Armadale Capital Black Rock Mining Graphex Mining Kibaran Resources Volt Resources and Walkabout Resources

Black Rock Mining Limited (former names: Mokuti Mining Limited and Green Rock Energy Limited) is an Australian mining company It develops the Mahenge Graphite Project in Tanzania which is the world fourth largest graphite resource Its chief executive officer is John de Vries

Sep 06 2018"The EIA certificate signed by the minister of State in the Vice President's Office (Union Affairs and Environment) January Makamba represents the final pre-requisite for the granting of Volt's mining licence and one of the final remaining major milestones in terms of government permitting for the Bunyu Graphite Project " says a statement

Black Rock Mining Limited (former names: Mokuti Mining Limited and Green Rock Energy Limited) is an Australian mining company It develops the Mahenge Graphite Project in Tanzania which is the world fourth largest graphite resource Its chief executive officer is John de Vries Between 2005 and 2015 the company explored and developed geothermal energy resources