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Barrick hits gold deposit in Tanzania

Discussion in 'Biashara, Uchumi na Ujasiriamali' started by Invisible, Nov 30, 2010.

  1. Invisible

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    Tuesday, 30th November 2010


    AFRICAN Barrick Gold has found greater-than-expected amounts of high-grade gold in its Nyanzaga project in Tanzania, it said yesterday.

    The FTSE 100-listed miner said the results of its drilling were “very exciting and increase the potential for Tusker to add to our future growth profile”.

    The gold deposits are closer to the surface and a better grade than originally thought by the previous owner Tusker Gold, which declared a deposit of around 4.2m ounces in June 2009.

    African Barrick took sole ownership of the site in May after buying out Tusker, and began an intensive hunt for gold in late July.

    The miner pledged to accelerate its drilling programme at the project after the good results, and is now moving a third drill to the site. It expects exploration work to continue until 2011.

    African Barrick last month suspended some operations and slashed forecasts at its Buzwagi mine in Tanzania after uncovering a fuel theft ring, which knocked 10 per cent from its share price.

    Shares closed down 1.56 per cent at 503p, erasing earlier gains of two per cent.

    The firm is trading at 12.5 per cent below its float price, after it was spun off from Barrick Gold, the world’s biggest goldminer, in March. Canadian parent Barrick Gold retains a 74 per cent stake in African Barrick.
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    Lakini Mwalimu, kwa nini sisi bado masikini?
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    tatizo baraka kama hizi hazitusaidii kitu chochote ...mi naona ni kama stori tu za abunuwasi
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    aaah chaka langu hilooo..akina gaude na wadogo zake wataendelea kwenda shule vibaya sanaaaaaa...
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    hakuna baraka hapo, ni chanzo cha taifa hili kulaaniwa.
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    Newvision JF-Expert Member

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    Kweli hii Si habari nzuri hata kidogo kwani wa kufaidi ni hao weupe lakini Msukuma na siye akina kajamba nani eti yetu ni mrahaba wa 3% Kweli inakuja jamani??
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    Neytemu Member

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    Jamani mi hii inaniuma!very bad news. sina jinsi uchimbaji unaendelea na tafiti mpya zinafanyika serikali ipo tu inaangali.yaan i wish Nyerere angekuwepo!
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    Unapoulizwa "Why Tanzania is so poor like that? Jibu ni " I don't know" Viongozi wetu hao.