The piece “Buoyant gold mining prospects for Malawi: Mota-Engil advances in exploration work” featured below was initially published in Malawi’s Mining Review Issue Number 24 2015 that is circulating this April 2015.
The full edition is available for download here.
To learn more about this quarterly publication, edited by Marcel Chimwala, read the post about the “Voice of the mineral sector in Malawi”.
Buoyant gold mining prospects for Malawi
Mota-Engil advances in exploration work
By Marcel Chimwala
Prospects appear bright for Malawi to join the bandwagon of countries with large scale mining operations for gold and other high value minerals as Portuguese firm Mota-Engil, which dominates exploration licences for these minerals in the country, has reported encouraging results in its exploration work.
CEO for Mota-Engil Africa Gilberto Rodrigues, said in his presentation at this year’s Mining Indaba in Cape Town, South Africa that Malawi, whose President His Excellency Professor Arthur Peter Mutharika has…
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