Minerals Beneficiation in Sub-Saharan Africa

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This market insight considers how far resource-rich countries in sub-Saharan Africa add value to the minerals they mine. The document defines minerals beneficiation, and uses four mineral value chains for illustration. The success of differing mineral beneficiation implementations is considered in detail for six countries: South Africa, a leading producer of several commodities; Botswana, a leader in diamond production; Namibia, with its significant deposits of uranium and diamonds; Ghana, which along with Tanzania is a significant gold producer; and Zambia, Africa’s largest copper producer.

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Minerals Beneficiation in Sub-Saharan AfricaThe Beneficiation of Minerals in Sub-Saharan AfricaSub-Saharan African Minerals Beneficiation




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