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Asher Berube, Rare Metal Blog

Globe Metals & Mining (“Globe” or “the Company”; ASX: GBE) wishes to confirm the very high grade titanium grades returned from the recently acquired titanium-vanadium-iron (Ti-V-Fe) project at Memba, Mozambique.


Esmarie Swanepoel, Mining Weekly

Africa-focused resources company Globe Metals & Mining has moved into the titanium-vanadium-iron space by entering into a joint venture (JV) agreement for a project in Mozambique.


Nomvelo Buthelezi, Mining Weekly

A progress update on the definitive feasibility study (DFS) under way at Africa-focused resource company Globe Metals & Mining’s Kanyika niobium project (KNP), in central Malawi, reports a Joint Ore Reserves Committee-compliant mineral resource of 60-million tons.


Robin Bromby,The Australian

You may not believe in man-made climate change, but that's no reason not to make a quid from the panic.


Robin Bromby, The Australian

We may pride ourselves on the sheer power of Australia's mining sector, but it's China that is holding many of the trump cards.


Lisa Shearon, Paydirt

The managing director of Globe Metals and Mining Ltd took his opportunity at Africa Down Under to celebrate the company’s recent strategic partnership with ECE – the state-owned East China Mineral Exploration and Development Bureau.


Africa Mining Intelligence

Riding on the crest of its new partnership with the state owned East China Mineral Exploration and Devlopment Bureau (ECE) which aquired a 52.8% stake in its business, Globe Metals & Mining is speeding up work on its niobium project in Malawi.


Asher Berube, Rare Metal Blog

Globe Metals & Mining (“Globe” or “the Company”; ASX: GBE) is pleased to announce our first batch of analytical results for the 2011 Main Fluorite/REE Zone drilling program (Figure 1) at the Mount Muambe Project.


Chikondi Chiyembekeza, The Nation

Globe Metals and Mining has said the Kanyika Niobium project in Mzimba is robust with a capital payback on a $155 million (K25.8 billion) development of three years.


Barry Fitzgerald, The Sydney Morning Herald

It was standing room only last Thursday at the Africa Down Under Conference in Perth when Globe Metals and Mining's Managing Director, Mark Sumich, took to the stage.

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