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With a maiden resource on its Livingstonia uranium project in Malawi out, Australian based explorer Resource Star will focus on extensional drilling to grow it even further.


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Globe Metals & Mining has expanded its rare earth footprint in Africa after acquiring the Salambidwe property in Malawi.


Nick Evans, MiningNews.net

Globe Metals and Mining says it is “uncertain” when the company will be able to complete the bankable feasibility study on its Kanyika Niobium Project, after a dispute flared this week between Globe and its South African joint venture partner, Thuthuka Group.


Kristie Batten, MiningNews.net

Globe Metals & Mining has signed a third memorandum of understanding for the supply of niobium from its Kanyika project in Malawi.


Esmarie Swanepoel, Mining Weekly

Africa-focused Globe Metals & Mining said on Monday that the fluorspar market was showing signs of recovery, in time for the company to make a decision on how to proceed with its 90% interest in the Mount Muame fluorspar project, in Mozambique.


Tania Winter, MiningNews.net

While its early days for Globe Metals & Mining in Mozambique, interest is growing in its Mount Muambe fluorspar property, but rather than advance potential partner talks, drilling is the more immediate focus.


Nick Evans, Mining News Premium

China has stitched up control of more than 95% of the rare earth supply across the globe, sparking fears the supplies for non-Chinese manufacturers will someday be restricted. But are the concerns justified?


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Globe Metals & Mining has received the first results from sampling at the Machinga rare earth project in Malawi.


Tim Treadgold, Resource Stocks

What you see is not always what you get, demonstrated in duplicate by taking a close look at Globe Metals & Mining, an Australian explorer which went looking for uranium and found niobium instead.

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