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  • Timis in Marampa iron offtake talks with Gerald Metals: sources

    1· Romanian businessman Frank Timis is in talks with trader Gerald Metals about an offtake agreement for iron ore from the Marampa mine in Sierra Leone, which Timis has bought from the administrators of London Mining

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  • Tonkolili Iron Ore MineMining Technology

    UK based African Minerals (AML) through its subsidiary Tonkolili Iron Ore, is developing the Tonkolili iron ore mine in Sierra Leone, West Africa. The project, involving a fully integrated mine, rail and port infrastructure, is planned to be

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    Projects & InvestmentsCape Lambert Resources Ltd

    Location Republic of Sierra Leone Large land position (305km 2) Ownership 100% CFE JORC Mineral Resources 4 deposits with 680Mt at 28.2% Fe (15% Fe cutoff) Indicated 261Mt at 28.7% Fe and Inferred 419Mt at 27.9% Fe

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    THE MARAMPA GRIEVANCES AGAINST LONDON MINING

    THE MARAMPA GRIEVANCES AGAINST LONDON MINING By M C Bah, Atlanta GA, USA The second largest iron ore producer in Sierra Leone, London Mining, recently announced plans to boost spending and raise output to 6

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    International Civil EngineeringDawnus Construction

    Registered Office Unit 7 Dyffryn Court Riverside Business Park Swansea SA7 0AP Tel: 01792 781870 Find an Office or Department

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    Directorysierra leoneMining Jobs Find a Mining Job

    Directorysierra leone Sierra Leone Mining CompaniesMining Projects London Mining PlcMarampa MineLondon Mining Plc is a UK based company that is developing mines for the steel industry. It has 100% of the Marampa

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    Cape Lambert Resources commences legal action in Sierra

    5· Cape Lambert Resources has initiated the action in the High Court of Sierra Leone. Dean is CEO and president of leading private global commodity trading company Gerald Group, with Gerald Metals, a wholly owned

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    Foreign investors may leave Sierra Leone due to

    Home EconomyBusiness & Environment Foreign investors may leave Sierra Leone due to corruption and lack of rule of law Foreign investors may leave Sierra Leone due to corruption and lack of rule of law April 3, 2015 Abdul

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    Mining GlobalMining News, Magazine and Website

    The global vanadium market is about to explode and Australian Vanadium, through its flagship Gabanintha project, looks set to capitalise on

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