Perth, Australia, 18 Oct – Australian mining group Globe Metals & Mining has opened a second office in Mozambique, this time in Maputo in order to put the company closer to government decision-making centres, the group said in a statement.
The new office, which was opened on 12 October, is now part of a network of the group’s regional offices in Tete, Mozambique and Lilongwe, in Malawi, and will be managed by Andries Kruger, the executive director for Africa.
The Globe Metals & Mining is currently involved in a fluorite and rare earth project in Monte Muambe in Mozambique and in four projects in Malawi – Kanyika Niobium, Machinga, Salambidwe and a uranium mine: Livingstonia.
The group, which has other projects in Africa in their initial stages, has established a partnership with Chinese state company ECE (East China Mineral Exploration & Development Bureau) for mining operations both in China and in other parts of the world. (macauhub)