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Esmarie Swanepoel


Esmarie Swanepoel is Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor: Australasia for Mining Weekly.


Received BTech degree in Journalism from the Tshwane University of Technology

Venturex raises A$4m from investors

17th November 2017 Metals explorer Venturex Resources will raise some A$4-million through an institutional placement to advance its Sulphur Springs copper/zinc project, in Western Australia. The company on Friday said that it would place some 222-million shares, at 1.8c each to institutional and sophisticated... 

Bauxite Resources: Mercantile’s statements misleading

17th November 2017 Takeover target Bauxite Resources has defended its position in the wake of a proposed takeover offer from ASX-listed Mercantile Investment Company. Mercantile on November 8 announced its plans to make a proportional off-market takeover bid for Bauxite Resources, offering 9c a share for one of... 

Finders expects lower Dec quarter copper output, higher costs

17th November 2017 Copper miner Finders Resources reported on Friday that a delay at its Wetar copper project, in Indonesia, would see quarterly production remain below par. The company lowered its copper cathode production for the December quarter to be between 4 000 t and 5 000 t, from a previous estimate of... 

More ounces added at Antipa's Citadel project

17th November 2017 ASX-listed Antipa Minerals has reported a 50% increase in gold grade and ounces at its Citadel project’s Calibre deposit, in Western Australia, following an exploration programme funded by major Rio Tinto. The Calibre deposit is now estimated to host an inferred mineral resource of 47.7-million... 

Lithium Power shares rise as Chinese show interest

17th November 2017 The share price of Lithium Power International increased by nearly 9% on Friday on news of Chinese interest at the Maricunga lithium brine project, in Chile. Lithium Power on Friday confirmed that its Chilean joint venture partner has entered into discussions with Chinese major Fulin Group, over... 

Korab takes another look at Winchester

17th November 2017 ASX-listed Korab Resources has initiated an update to the prefeasibility study (PFS) of its Winchester magnesite project, in the Northern Territory, with the aim of incorporating the recent increase in global magnesium carbonate prices, potential changes to the mine lay-out and openpit contours,... 

Barra raises cash for Mt Thirsty

17th November 2017 Junior metals explorer Barra Resources will raise A$1-million through a share purchase plan (SPP) to advance its Mount Thirsty cobalt project, in Western Australia, to beyond the recently completed scoping study. The SPP will allow shareholders to subscribe for up to A$15 000 worth of new... 

BHP facing uncertain future as shareholders push for change

17th November 2017 Ratings agencies and analysts have raised concerns about the future of mining major BHP in the wake of actions taken by so-called activist shareholders. The mining giant’s second-largest holder of its London-listed shares, fund manager Elliot Associates & Elliot International, has been picking at... 

Gascoyne extends Dalgaranga mine life

16th November 2017 Gold developer Gascoyne Resources has added ounces to its Dalgaranga project, in Western Australia, which could extend gold production to beyond the planned six years. The ASX-listed miner on Thursday announced that the mine plan for the Dalgaranga project had been updated to include the... 

Mustang announces outcomes of ruby strategy review

16th November 2017 Ruby miner Mustang Resources will implement a number of measures to fine tune its operational strategy, including temporarily suspending the artisanal miner development programme (AMDP) following disappointing results from its maiden tender. Mustang earlier this month launched a review into the... 

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