HARARE, January 8 (The Source) – AIM-listed Premier African Resources says it will stop operations at its RHA Tungsten mine in Kamativi, until it agrees on a viable financing agreement with its partner, Zimbabwe’s National Indigenisation and Empowerment Board (NIEEB).
HARARE, December 13 (The Source) – AIM-listed Premier African Minerals says it has found funders for its Zulu Mine in Matabeleland South and is in negotiations with a potential partner, adding on to Zimbabwe’s already enviable lithium resources.
HARARE, August 7 (The Source) – AIM-listed junior miner, Premier African Minerals says it has discovered more lithium deposits at its Zulu Mine in south central Zimbabwe. The Zulu lithium project near Fort Rixon, has an estimated 20.1 million tonnes resource base grading 1.06 percent… Read More
HARARE, June 21 (The Source) – AIM-listed junior miner, Premier African Minerals says it will produce commercial grade lithium and tantalum at its Zulu mine in south central Zimbabwe after carrying out metallurgical tests. Premier, which also owns 49 percent of RHA Tungsten mine in… Read More
HARARE, March 2 (The Source) – Chief executive of AIM-listed Premier African Minerals, George Roach says Tungsten deposits at its RHA project in Kamativi are of a high grade, making the operation a highly competitive one with production expected to start this June. Premier holds… Read More
HARARE, October 1 (The Source) – Premier African Minerals says it has reached an agreement with government on indigenisation at its RHA Tungsten Project located in the Kamativi Tin belt in north-west Zimbabwe. The London AIM market listed natural resources company said the deal with… Read More