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Mining Companies in Africa. There are numerous multinational mining companies in Africa, with roots on the continent and abroad. The largest mining companies in Africa include BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Anglo American, Xstrata and Barrick, respectively.
February 26, 2018: Ivanhoe Mines announced that the company has completed an independently verified, updated Mineral Resource estimate for the ultra-high-grade Kakula Discovery on the Kamoa-Kakula Copper Project, near the mining centre of Kolwezi in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Anvil Mining is a copper producer that has been operating in the Democratic Republic of the Congo since 2002. The company headquarters are in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Anvil is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange and the Australian Stock Exchange.
This is the second and final part to a look back on the top 100 mining companies in 2014. Part 1 here. If 2014 was a dismal year for many in the mining sector – especially in bulk commodities – there were bright spots and, in many cases, strong performances.Those more heavily weighted to base metals had pretty strong showings.
Located 360km north east of Pretoria, close to the Kruger National Park, Palabora is South Africa’s leading copper producer, and is also a major source of vermiculite and baddeleyite (zirconium oxide). The majority shareholders in Palabora Mining Co. are Rio Tinto plc (57.7%) and Anglo-American.
Mining Companies in Africa Companies Operating in the Natural Resources Industry in Africa Africa is a hive of activity for companies dealing in mining and natural resource exploration. The list of businesses operating on the continent within this industry is extensive and fast-growing.
African Rainbow Minerals Limited (ARM) is a niche, diversified South African mining company with excellent long-life, low-cost operating assets in key commodities. ARM owns ferrous and base metals, platinum and coal operations and holds a significant interest in the gold mining sector through its shareholding in Harmony. ARM